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.
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.
Wilson College, the first of Princeton's six residential colleges, is home to roughly 500 first-year students 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 first-year students, 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 900 undergraduates. Approximately 500 students – first-year students and sophomores – live in the college, with their own dining facilities, study areas, computer clusters and classrooms.