It is Princeton University’s expectation that all admitted students uphold the intellectual, ethical, and professional standards of the University. By accepting admission to the Graduate School, students agree to abide by the policies, standards, and code of conduct set forth on the Graduate School’s website and in the University’s publication Rights, Rules, Responsibilities.
The Graduate School may rescind an offer of admission for, but not limited, to the following reasons:
- An admitted student is found to have presented misleading or fraudulent information during the application process;
- An admitted student has accepted admission both to Princeton University and to another graduate program for the same period of enrollment;
- An admitted student fails to uphold the standards of conduct outlined in Rights, Rules, Responsibilities.
The decision to rescind an offer of admission is made jointly by the associate dean for academic affairs and the department or program to which the student has been admitted. An appeal of a rescinded offer of admission, if any, is heard by the dean of the Graduate School, whose decision in such matters is final.
Once a student has registered as enrolled, either by receiving a University identification card (for early-arrival students) or completing academic year sign-in, all normal policies and procedures for enrolled students are followed. These policies and procedures can be found on the Graduate School’s website
; the University’s publication Rights, Rules, Responsibilities
; and the website and/or graduate handbook of the student’s department or program