Princeton University is always listed as a top academic institution in the United States and the world. Did you know Princeton has also been recognized as a model campus for LGBT programs, support and services? Since 2005, Princeton has consistently been ranked as a top University for LGBT campus life. Princeton was ranked as "Best of the Best" in The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students. The Campus Climate Index gives us 5 stars, which is their top rating, and Newsweek,
What makes an LGBT-friendly campus? The question is a very personal one. Each student needs to evaluate their prospective university or college with their own rubric and sense of what makes LGBT campus life appealing. Try looking through the Programs section and the Campus Community page to gain a better sense of the Princeton LGBT community. To see the types of programs regularly offered and to view a current semester calendar, visit the Events section.
You can also contact Debbie Bazarsky, The LGBT Center Director, who can answer any questions you might have about LGBT life on campus. She will be able to refer you to current students with whom you may share similar values, backgrounds, or concerns. The Pride Alliance, one of the undergraduate LGBT groups can also serve as resources. Finally, if you are able to visit the campus, we encourage you to stop by the LGBT Center.