Campus Centers & Offices

Princeton's campus centers are student-focused spaces that support the cultural dimensions of the Princeton experience. Robust programming throughout the year also serves to engage faculty, staff and members of the community on wide-ranging issues.

These administrative offices — focused on diversity, disability and religion — connect campus community members to programming, services and support.

Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Princeton

Learn more about campus diversity and inclusion resources and offices.

 

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Eisgruber reflects on why service matters

President Christopher L. Eisgruber reflects on his service as an undergraduate and why he feels volunteerism is an important part of the Princeton student experience.

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African American Studies department approved

The University's Board of Trustees approved the establishment of the Department of African American Studies effective July 1.

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Reflections on PUPP

For nearly 15 years, the Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) has been supporting student academic success and cultural enrichment. This years cohort reflects on what PUPP means to them.

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UMatter health and well-being initiative launched

Be an active bystander - make healthy choices - care for others - take action! The new UMatter initiative helps students, faculty and staff promote a healthier and safer campus community.

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LGBT Center welcomes new director

Judy Jarvis, former LGBTQ Center and Women's Center director at Vassar College assumed her new role as director of Princeton's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Center on Jan. 18.

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Pace Center celebrates 15 years and new fellows program

On March 24, the Pace Center celebrated 15 years of student service and civic engagement and welcomed the inaugural cohort of John C. Bogle '51 Fellows. A newly created civic service program aimed at broadening student perspectives on service.  

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Erickson new head of disability services

Elizabeth Erickson has been named the new director of the Office of Disability Services.

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STEM camp promotes love of science, technology

Thirty middle school students went back to school this fall enthused about science and technology after spending the summer at Princeton University's Community House STEM Summer Camp.

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