This document explaining Princeton's grading policies accompanies official electronic and paper copies of undergraduate transcripts.
Used by students to make any course changes during the online course enrollment period.
Used by students to take additional courses during the summer after having matriculated at Princeton for one year.
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 Health Professions Advising serves students and alumni of Princeton University who are considering careers in the health professions.
The Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable academic accommodations to support Princeton students with disabilities.
Provides ideas and advice to both precept leaders and students on making precepts engaging and intellectually stimulating.
Addresses some of the common academic questions and concerns that are likely to arise during students' first year at Princeton.
Contains general information concerning advanced placement and advanced standing at Princeton. Please consult the director of studies in your residential college and the Academic Guide for further guidance in exploring the options available.
Provides information about Princeton’s academic regulations and how you can safeguard the integrity of your original work. Learn about acknowledging sources, avoiding plagiarism, and guidelines for collaboration.