Student Groups

Undergraduate and graduate student groups offer social, cultural and intellectual avenues to connect with other students.

  • Undergraduate student organizations: No matter where your curiosity may take you, there is likely a student organization you'll want to make time to explore. The searchable directory of undergraduate student organizations is available on the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students website.
  • Graduate student organizations: A vibrant student experience affords opportunities for both academic pursuits and social and cultural enrichment. A full listing of organizations organized by and primarily serving the graduate student community is available on the Graduate School's website.

Dinner brings first-generation students and faculty together

A small group of students and faculty members recently enjoyed a meal and discussed some common challenges they share as the first in their families to attend college.

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Princeton Hidden Minority Council receives award

The Princeton Hidden Minority Council received the Martin Luther King Journey Award for Special Achievement during the University's annual King Day Celebration on Jan. 18.  

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Umqombothi a cappella group creates community

Umqombothi is a student African a cappella group that performs both on and off the Princeton University campus. With intricate harmonies, the members sing songs from a variety of African cultures, both traditional and contemporary.

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Residential college exchange connects cultures

Students from the University of Cambridge and the Chinese University of Hong Kong visited Princeton this fall as part of a residential college exchange program, and Princeton undergraduates were hosted at those two universities in the spring.

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