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Matriculation Online and Back Office


Princeton Admissions used to mail each matriculated student a packet of forms to be completed and returned to various offices.  The Web-Based Matriculation Online System allows us to capture matriculated student’s data from the web rather than from multiple paper forms.  By using web-based forms we can streamline the process by creating one front-end for freshmen to use when providing data to various university offices. In addition, new students will benefit from “one-stop shopping” when providing data to Princeton University since the Matriculation Forms will be accessible from the main freshman website.

The data collected from this website will be fed back into PeopleSoft (Campus Community, and Student Records) as well as distributed to the central offices systems.

  • One-stop shopping for freshmen where they can enter information by required multiple offices:
    • Housing
    • Health Services
    • Office of the Dean of the College
    • Office of the Registrar
    • Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students
    • Undergraduate Admissions
    • Athletics
    • Disability- Accommodations Office
  • Electronically deliver freshman data to multiple offices across campus.
  • Consolidate forms on-line and eliminate redundant requests for data from students.
  • Eliminate duplication of data entry across campus; increase the accuracy and timeliness of collected data.
  • Meet data deadline for each office.

Technical Architecture

Matriculation Online and Back Office is a custom application developed in-house using Java EE technology that integrates with PeopleSoft Student Administration and Campus Community.

System requirements

SSH2 for access to the system. Browsers supported are: IE and Firefox

System availability

The system is available 24/7 from late May till the first week of Fall.

Training opportunities

As needed. Training is done by the Registrars Office.


Available through the UA Office


University OIT Help Desk Phone: 8-HELP Option #3 e-mail: