Continuing Education Program
The Program in Continuing Education admits qualified area residents and members of the University community to regularly scheduled undergraduate and graduate courses. Admission into continuing education does not admit an applicant to a Princeton University degree program. Individuals seek entrance for a variety of reasons: to complete a degree at another institution; to prepare for graduate or professional school, often in a field different from their undergraduate major; to change a career or to catch up with recent developments in their current occupation; or to satisfy a personal intellectual interest.
Admission to the program is selective, based on the applicant's academic and nonacademic experience and the intended plan of study. Continuing education students participate fully in classes and receive transcripts of grades. Further information is available at the Office of Continuing Education.