We support and promote faculty excellence in teaching and learning. As a member of our world-class faculty, your commitment to teaching and research translates each day to transformative experiences for our undergraduate students. With a shared investment in student success, we have gathered this collection of resources for your use as you advise students, plan courses, and serve as an essential member of our community of educators. Advising Students Learn about Princeton’s collaborative approach to advising, and the central role of University faculty. Teaching Support Connect with support for all aspects of teaching, from planning courses to setting expectations. Student Support and Wellbeing Find ways to connect students to an array of mental health and support resources on campus. Residential College Engagement Learn about Princeton’s close-knit residential college system, a cornerstone of the campus community. Opportunities for Innovative Teaching Explore ways in which Princeton invests in faculty and graduate student innovation in the undergraduate curriculum. Latest Updates Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities Fall 2023 Faculty Memo Sept. 14, 2023 Religious Observances, Fall Term 2023, Student Memo Sept. 12, 2023 Varsity Athletic Competitions and Class Attendance Policy, Faculty Memo Sept. 12, 2023 View All Resources McGraw Center: Faculty Resources Access evidence-based, inclusive, and holistic professional development resources that prioritize learning and growth for all students. Academic Advising at Princeton A dedicated team of advisers supports students as they chart their course of study and navigate the undergraduate curriculum. Freshman Seminars Small class-size seminars offer an early opportunity to work closely with faculty and other students on a topic of special interest. Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship ProCES fosters collaborative, change-oriented course-based projects that involve students, faculty members, and community partners. Shapiro Prize Nomination Nominate first- or second-year students from your current term courses.