All admitted students are invited to attend Princeton Preview, a one-day, on-campus program in April designed as an in-depth introduction to the many dimensions of academic and extracurricular life at Princeton.
During this event, admitted students and family member will have the opportunity to attend programs and discussions about studying at Princeton, meet current students and faculty members, and learn about our close-knit residential community. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided for admitted students and guest.
Registration will be available in the spring.
Below are just some of the many resource centers available to support you on your Princeton journey. We encourage you to connect with a department representative with any questions you may have.
Princeton’s innovative Novogratz Bridge Year Program will expand to six countries beginning in fall 2023, offering more incoming students the opportunity to participate in the tuition-free global service-learning program. Bridge Year will partner with new communities in Cambodia and Costa Rica, in addition to existing partnerships in Bolivia, India, Indonesia and Senegal.
What does it take to be a leader? Christian Potter ’22 thought about this a fair amount during the last few years. It wasn't until he stepped into the role of president of Undergraduate Student Government during a pandemic that he truly understood the qualities needed to get the job done. Tune in to learn about Christian’s year of leading, listening and learning.
Princeton University students will be able to pursue minor courses of study outside of their primary discipline beginning in fall 2023. At present, Princeton offers 54 interdisciplinary undergraduate certificate programs that function, in practice, as minors. Princeton also offers 36 concentrations for major studies.
Community Action (CA) left quite the impression on Jodie De Jesus '25 as a first-year student that she returned the following year to become a leader. Find out how First-Year Orientation and Community Action are just one of the many ways Princeton helps foster community amongst the incoming class.
BLOG: “The Irreplaceable International Identity at Princeton”
The power of persistence was celebrated as a hallmark of the Class of 2022 on Tuesday, May 24, at Princeton’s 275th Commencement. The University awarded 1,234 undergraduate degrees and 655 graduate degrees during the ceremony on a cool spring morning in Princeton Stadium.
Hadley Kim '24 thought she would major in English but a few courses in Korean history led her to discover the East Asian Studies department. Uncover her journey on how she declared East Asian Studies as her major.
Office of the Dean of the College
The Office of the Dean of the College oversees all aspects of the undergraduate academic experience at Princeton.
Coming out of high school, I had a lot of interest in going abroad. And honestly, I thought when else in my lifetime am I going to have this opportunity to spend a year fully funded in another country. Not even studying, but getting to really know the culture.