Princeton University's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Center is by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, asexual, and ally members of the Princeton University community. The LGBT Center works to create a safe and supportive academic environment through educational opportunities and advocating for the needs and concerns of LGBTQA students.
Throughout the academic year, the Women’s Center offers a diverse range of programming including lectures, film series, and discussion and informal support groups. Located in Room 243 at Frist Campus Center, the Women’s Center has a conference room and a reading/resource room. It is a welcoming space for women of all races, ethnicities, nationalities, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, spiritualities and abilities.
The Kathryn W. and Shelby Cullom Davis '30 International Center at Princeton University offer specialized support for international students and scholars including resources to help you adjust to your life at Princeton. They have a team of dedicated advisors who can assist you with questions about your immigration status and your practical adjustment to the United States. Through their programs and events, you will have an opportunity to develop social connections and gather information that will help you as you settle into the U.S. culture.
The Center for Jewish Life creates a social community through friendships, shared experiences and common purpose that actively respects, celebrates and learns from diversity. We serve both undergraduates and graduate students, as well as young professionals, faculty, and staff, hoping to link ourselves to other Jewish communities locally, nationally and abroad. The Center for Jewish Life works strategically with the Office of Admission to increase the number of Jewish students who apply to and matriculate at Princeton
The Office of Religious Life promotes Princeton University’s care and support for the many religious communities that flourish on its campus. We seek to support all religious traditions in the practice and expression of their faith, and we strongly encourage interfaith dialogue and cooperation. We also seek, through our own programs and in collaboration with others, to provide opportunities for community service, cross-cultural understanding, and constructive social action.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) provides assessment and treatment for mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, stress/crisis management, transitional issues, grief, substance abuse, and eating, sexual, or relationship issues. CPS staff psychologists, clinical social workers, and psychiatrists provide a broad range of services to all Princeton University students. Spouses and dependents of Princeton University students may also be eligible for consultations with CPS.