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A Welcoming Community

Internationalism is an important part of Princeton's commitment to the principles of diversity and respect for all. The University community is a dynamic crossroads of scholarly and cultural exchange. Princeton is enriched by a variety of intercultural resources that support diversity; student organizations, such as nationality and multicultural clubs; a vibrant academic calendar that showcases presentations by thinkers from around the world; a globally engaged arts scene as well as a world-class art museum; and annual internationally focused activities. 

Intercultural Organizations

The Institutional Equity and Diversity website provides information about the University's efforts to promote campus diversity, including policies, programs and centers that support individuals in the campus community.  

Key partners in this effort include: 

  • Davis International Center
  • Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Center
  • Office of Disability Services
  • Office of Religious Life
  • Women's Center

    At Princeton, students come together to celebrate cultures, develop leadership skills, and facilitate intercultural learning and understanding. Graduate and undergraduate student organizations and interest clubs, many with a nationality or multicultural focus, sponsor events throughout the year and offer a wide variety of opportunities for students to engage in their community.  
  • News & Events

    The news and events page highlights the range of activities at Princeton throughout the year and features news with an international focus. In the event of an international crisis, a Global Crisis Response website helps share information about support and resources for University-sponsored efforts for international disaster relief.

    A Diverse Community

    The Princeton campus is a diverse community with students and scholars from across the country and around the world.Quick Facts offer a glance at some of the statistics that help describe this intercultural setting. 

    Contacts

    A variety of offices and individuals serve as contacts for internationally focused initiatives across the University. Members of the community, as well as individuals planning to come to Princeton from overseas, are encouraged to reach out to these resources.

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    Princeton University is a diverse, inclusive community located in Princeton, New Jersey, close to the cultural hubs of New York City and Philadelphia. Embracing a global vision, Princeton offers a wealth of cultural events and international resources.
    (Photo: John Jameson)