Facts & Figures


Established in 1746; Graduate School established in 1900

President: Christopher L. Eisgruber, 2013-present; 20th president

Private university, member of Ivy League athletic conference

Location: Princeton, N.J.

Size of main campus: 180 buildings on 500 acres

Residential college system with 98 percent of undergraduate students living on campus


Faculty, including full time, part time and visiting: 1,175 (spring 2014)

Undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio: 6:1

Departments: 36

Interdisciplinary undergraduate certificate programs: 50

Schools within the University: School of Architecture, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Library holdings: More than 14 million in 10 libraries


Student enrollment: 7,910 total; 5,244 undergraduate; 2,666 graduate (2013-14)

Undergraduate admission rate in 2014-15: 7.4 percent

Undergraduate students on financial aid: 60 percent

Average financial aid award for the Class of 2018: $44,700

International students make up 11 percent of undergraduates

American minorities make up 40 percent of the undergraduate student body

Additional Resources

Princeton Profile

University Enrollment Statistics


 Judith Weisenfeld

Judith Weisenfeld, the Agate Brown and George L. Collord Professor of Religion, is one of many faculty members who bring their research and teaching to Princeton's Center for African American Studies.