Princeton Engineering welcomes prospective freshmen
In the past year, undergraduate students at Princeton Engineering have published research in the journal Nature, built a library in Ghana and launched entrepreneurial ventures that emerged out of their coursework.
These are the kinds of opportunities and achievements Princeton Engineering students pursue along with a rigorous and engaging academic curriculum. The stories below are a sampling of news articles we've published in the last few months and reflect the broad accomplishments and extraordinary dedication of our students. Their diverse work in and out of the classroom prepares Princeton engineers to lead in any areas they choose.
To those who have recently received offers of admission to Princeton University – congratulations! You were chosen because you are ready to do great things too.
Whether you are certain that engineering is for you, or if you are a liberal arts major who is curious about how science and technology shape and re-shape society, I encourage you to join us. Please explore our prospective student FAQ, connect with us on Facebook, and don't hesitate to contact us with questions.
H. Vincent Poor, Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science
Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering
Students admitted to the Class of 2016 and their parents are encouraged to attend the Princeton Engineering programs offered as part of Princeton Preview on the Friday afternoons of April 20 and April 27. Each program includes a B.S.E. student panel, meetings with faculty and students in engineering departments, and engineering tours.