Useful Websites

  • The learning management system used in Princeton courses.
  • A four-year residential college, housing over 100 juniors and seniors along with approximately 400 underclassmen, 10 graduate students and a resident faculty fellow.
  • Online catalog of over 63,000 theses written by seniors at Princeton University from 1926 to today.
  • The Community-Based Learning Initiative connects students' academic work with their interest in and concern for the communities around the University.
  • The council aims to ensure that all students graduating from Princeton know how to think like a scientist and can be exemplary citizens, voters and leaders armed with the ability to assess the technological and scientific issues of the day.
  • On-line listing of and information about undergraduate and graduate courses offered in a given term.
  • Located in Firestone Library, DSS offers assistance to juniors and seniors engaged in statistical or other quantitative data analysis as part of their independent work projects.
  • The Davis Center offers specialized support for international students and scholars, including resources to help you adjust to your life at Princeton.
  • A Facebook site maintained by and for the parents of Princeton University students.
  • This site is available May to September each year for the next year's incoming freshman class.
  • Forbes College is a two-year residential college that functions as a center of undergraduate academic advising. Each year it hosts a diverse range of intellectual, social and cultural events.
  • The Freshman Scholars Institute (FSI) is an academically rigorous, seven-week summer program for entering Princeton University students.
  • The Office of Health Professions Advising serves students and alumni of Princeton University who are considering careers in the health professions.
  • Information for incoming freshmen and their families on dorms and meal plans, move-in and move-out, campus safety and transportation, laundry services and more.
  • A four-year residential college, home for approximately 200 first-year students, 200 sophomores, and 140 juniors and seniors.
  • Available from late May through September to the incoming freshman class, this site provides access to a variety of forms to confirm contact information, select housing and dining preferences, submit medical information, and other related documents.
  • The McGraw Center supports faculty members and instructors as they advance as teachers, graduate students as they begin their teaching practice, and undergraduates as they develop as learners and scholars.
  • The MMUF program is the centerpiece of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s initiatives to increase diversity in the faculty ranks of institutions of higher learning.
  • The Office of Admission is responsible for selecting the most outstanding undergraduate student body for Princeton from a national and international pool of candidates.
  • Career Services is committed to assisting the undergraduate and graduate students, and alumni of Princeton University in all areas of career planning.
  • The Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable academic accommodations to support Princeton students with disabilities.
  • The Office of International Programs (OIP) is home to the Study Abroad Program, International Internship Program, Fellowship Advising and the Bridge Year Program.
  • The Office of Religious Life promotes Princeton University’s care and support for the many religious communities that flourish on its campus.
  • Office provides regulatory oversight and subject matter expertise in the development of research applications involving human, animal and recombinant DNA/biohazardous materials.
  • Has administrative oversight of the departments and programs of instruction and of all such matters as pertain to the effectiveness and well-being of the faculty, professional researchers, professional specialists and professional librarians.
  • The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students works to provide undergraduates with opportunities for personal, cultural and social development that complement the richly complex and challenging academic life of the University.
  • The Office of the Registrar provides academic and enrollment services in support of Princeton's diverse academic community. The Office is the steward of student academic records.
  • The Office of the Vice President for Campus Life plays an important role in bridging all aspects of the curricular and co-curricular experience, helping students find their place within the University community.
  • The Undergraduate Financial Aid and Student Employment Office administers the University’s aid program, including institutional scholarships, government assistance and campus employment.
  • Link to the website of the Office of Undergraduate Research
  • Supports the academic mission of the University through high performance research computing, instructional technologies, website creation, broadcast production studio, event recording, classroom A/V support, digital archiving and a multi-media lab.
  • The Pace Center supports efforts to identify and address issues of public concern, to be actively engaged citizens, and to practice effective public leadership for the purpose of building stronger communities and societies throughout the world.
  • Provides parents of Princeton students with contacts, information, events and guidelines in case of emergencies.
  • The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) was established in July 2015 as the advisory and coordination body on entrepreneurship programs at Princeton University.
  • With over 10 individual libraries spread across campus, the University's library system offers vast resources to support student research projects.
  • The Program in Teacher Preparation prepares Princeton students to serve the nation as teachers and educators.
  • The Rockefeller College community includes more than nine hundred undergraduates. Approximately five hundred students – freshmen and sophomores – live in the college, with their own dining facilities, study areas, computer clusters and classrooms.
  • Home page for Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Resource for Princeton University students providing assistance on the design and implementation of survey research projects.
  • Students use TigerHub to sign in for the academic year, update their personal information and enroll in courses, including adding, dropping, or swapping courses.
  • A fully accredited health care facility that provides comprehensive health services to Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students and their dependents, and Princeton University faculty and staff.
  • As a four-year college, Whitman houses and advises freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. Resident graduate students, faculty fellow, and a dedicated college administrative staff are also part of this learning community.
  • Wilson College, the first of Princeton's six residential colleges, is home to roughly 500 freshmen and sophomores, 16 upper-class Residential College Advisors (RCAs), 10 Residential Graduate Students (RGSs) and a Resident Faculty Fellow.
  • The Writing Center offers all student writers free, one-on-one conferences with experienced fellow writers trained to consult on assignments in any discipline.
  • The writing seminar, required of every Princeton freshman, focuses on intellectual inquiry and critical writing. Dozens of interdisciplinary, topic-based seminars are offered each year.
  • Introduces incoming students to academic and extracurricular life at Princeton through videos, interactive forums, weekly blogs, announcements, a timeline and other online resources. Interactive portions require student log-in.