Our Alumni are Lights in God’s Cities!
As New Brunswick Theological Seminary Alumni, you are part of a distinguished tradition of excellence and leadership that has had an impact on communities locally and globally. You truly define the legacy of this Seminary and reinforce its powerful legacy.
On these pages, you’ll find everything you need to stay connected to your NBTS family. Find friends, connect with fellow Alums, update your profile, discover opportunities to take part in the life of the Seminary, expand your career network, and more!
We know you’re doing great things personally and professionally, so share your news with us! We want to hear about your awards, career highlights, ministry milestones, retirement, and family news. You can contact us by clicking here.
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Continue the legacy of excellence you helped build as a student at NBTS. Your support—whether it’s sharing your time, resources, expertise, or a monetary gift—will ensure that we continue to be a driving force in transforming the world. Read about the many ways you can support NBTS.
With Alumni Updates, Alumni Awards, Resources, and Opportunities to Give Back, we hope you will return to this page over, and over again.
Joan Marshall (M. Div., class of 2008)
Contact the Alumni Relations Office at Alum@nbts.edu
The Seminary is excited to announce the formal relaunch of the NBTS Alumni Association after more than 20 years without one, and so we are asking all of our graduates from across the country and around the globe to please take a moment to fill out the 10-question survey below.
Be sure to join our Facebook group: NBTS Alumni!
It’s a great place for Alumni to share stories, successes, and assistance with each other!
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