News & Features

College access initiative makes its way to the Bay

Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber, Cecilia Rouse, dean of the Woodrow Wilson School, and Khristina Gonzalez, associate dean of the college made a trip to the San Francisco Bay Area to discuss improving college access and success for first-generation and low-income students.

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AccessAbility Center launches at Frist Campus Center

New center launches with the goal of ensuring equal access to curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities.

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Celebrating Princeton's Latino Alumni

¡Adelante Tigres! conference welcomed more than 750 Latino alumni back to campus.

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Muslim Life at Princeton

President Eisgruber reflects on faith, knowledge and the growing Muslim community at the University.

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A Voice in the Conversation: Why Diversity Matters at Princeton

The Princeton Alumni Weekly (Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School)

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Academic pilot programs build bridges to doctoral study

Pilot programs in astrophysical sciences, physics and politics offer opportunities for recent graduates to participate in non-degree programs and prepare for doctoral study. 

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Statement about Immigration Policy

President Eisgruber has issued a statement about immigration policy.  Staff at the Davis Center are available to assist with questions any students or scholars may have about visa issues.

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Nourishing our people and our planet

Campus Dining is making strides toward inclusive and sustainable dining experiences.

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Eisgruber receives U.S. Navy's Distinguished Service Award

The U.S. Navy has recognized Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber with the Distinguished Public Service Award, the highest civilian honor given by the Secretary of the Navy.

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Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Princeton

Learn more about campus diversity and inclusion resources and offices.


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Tackling wicked problems

Four Princeton undergraduates explore improving access to affordable housing as part of the University's inaugural Tiger Challenge.

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Diversifying Campus Places and Spaces

The Board of Trustees and campus administrators begin work on the Wilson Legacy Review Committee recommendations.

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Helping First-Generation Students Feel More at Home

Programs like the Freshman Scholars Institute and the Scholars Institute Fellows Program provide resources and support for first-generation and low-income students as they transition to Princeton.

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We Are Listening

The University asked for your opinions and experiences of campus climate, diversity and inclusion.  The feedback is used to inform decisions about programs, policies and initiatives.

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Make Your Voice Heard

The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity is collecting feedback regarding the University's policies and practices, as well as providing opportunities to discuss national events.

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Native Americans at Princeton

For more than two centuries after its founding, the University excluded most minorities, but a handful of Native Americans proved an exception.

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