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.
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.
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.
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.
A four-year residential college, home for approximately 200 first-year students, 200 sophomores, and 140 juniors and seniors.
A four-year residential college, housing over 100 juniors and seniors along with approximately 400 underclassmen, 10 graduate students and a resident faculty fellow.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) is home to the Study Abroad Program, International Internship Program, Fellowship Advising and the Bridge Year Program.
The Program in Teacher Preparation prepares Princeton students to serve the nation as teachers and educators.
This letter explaining Princeton's grading policies is made available so that undergraduates may easily copy and attach this information to any material they wish (e.g., TigerTracks, employer websites, online applications).