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 Center for Career Development 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 Undergraduate Financial Aid and Student Employment Office administers the University’s aid program, including institutional scholarships, government assistance and campus employment.
Addresses some of the common academic questions and concerns that are likely to arise during students' first year at Princeton.
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.
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 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 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.