Questions from Nondegree Applicants
If you have questions regarding your application status, please contact Shelly Redfern or Michelle Johnson by email or phone 609-258-3034.
Davis International Center
If you have questions regarding your visa documents, please contact the Davis Inernational Center by email or phone 609-258-1451.
The Davis International Center will issue a visa eligibility document (I-20 for F-1 students or DS-2019 for J-1 students) to those applicants requiring them only after the Graduate School has admitted an individual and they accept admission. Please note that it takes up to 5 business days after you accept admission for the I-20/DS-2019 to be issued. To receive an I-20/DS2019, you MUST make arrangements for express mail via eShipGlobal at https://study.eshipglobal.com. Please make arrangements as soon as you accept your admission.
If you have questions regarding housing, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-258-3721.
Please note that housing is guaranteed to those who are participating in the Oxford-Princeton Exchange, Sciences Po Exchange, or the Procter Fellows program. All other nondegree visiting students including Visiting Student Research Collaborators are NOT guaranteed housing. VSRC's who need housing for the fall will be able to apply beginning after August 1.
In order to apply for housing you MUST accept your admission offer. The Graduate School will enter your reply and within 5-7 business days your NetID and Password will be emailed to you.
For alternative housing options please contact:
- Off-Campus Housing - This site includes privately owned off-campus housing as a courtesy to students, faculty, staff and communities within commutable distance of the University. Princeton University affiliates may search for available rentals, shares, and sublets.
- TigerTrade - This site includes postings for local housing and apartments that are not affiliated with Princeton University.
University Health Services
If you have questions regarding University Health Services, please contact them by email or phone 609-258-3141.
Office of Information Technology
After your offer of admission, you should have received an email from the Office of Information Technology (OIT) with details about a Princeton account that has been created for you. You will need to activate this account to review the details of your offer of admission and to submit your admission decision online.
Your Princeton email address will be created for you shortly after you submit your admission decision. Your email address is your NetID and @princeton.edu (email@example.com) and can be accessed on the web. The 'Email' link on the Princeton University main website will also get you to your account. Click here for more information about Princeton email.
If you have questions regarding your University email or NetID, please contact them by email or phone 609-258-4357.