Personal Development

Your Work Life Benefits

Community Auditing Program
Princeton University’s Community Auditing Program (CAP) enables members of the community, high school graduates ages 18 and above, to audit, or sit in on, lectures on a non-credit basis.

Continuing Education
Faculty, staff and eligible dependents can enroll in Princeton’s Program in Continuing Education to attend most Princeton courses for advanced training or personal enrichment.

Ernst & Young Financial Education Program
The University provides—at no cost—financial education workshops on campus to help achieve long-term personal financial goals.

Learning & Development
Princeton provides many in-person and web-based courses designed to enhance or teach skills needed at work and at home ranging from basic skills to advanced management, as well as financial and technical courses.

Outdoor Action
Faculty and staff can participate in OA program activities, including hiking, backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, kayaking and workshops on such topics as CPR and first aid.

Princeton Journeys
Princeton Journeys offers enthusiastic travelers an educational travel experience that is not simply a vacation, but rather an opportunity to engage in the intellectual learning experiences inherent in travel.

Princeton Public Library
Located in downtown Princeton, the library offers a world-class collection, expert staff and thousands of engaging programs each year. Library cards are free and available to faculty and staff of Princeton University.

Princeton University Library
The University Library has an extensive collection of general and special interest books and periodicals, which can be accessed and borrowed with a valid Princeton University ID card.

Princeton University Public Lectures
Princeton offers lectures on a variety of topics that are free and open to the public. Lectures are held in McCosh 50 and begin at 6:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Public Events Calendar
Your resource for all public events hosted on campus.

Staff Educational Assistance Plan
After one year of benefits-eligible service, faculty and staff may receive up to 85 percent reimbursement for tuition and eligible fees for taking classes for credit at an accredited institution.

Tuition Assistance
Princeton University is committed to being a community of learning. In this spirit, the University provides benefits for faculty and staff seeking educational advancement and for children of faculty and staff attending college.