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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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Class of 2005 pre-orientation

Freshmen entering Princeton University next month can get more information about two popular pre-orientation programs through the Web. Click Community Action and Outdoor Action to get the details.

For the past 25 years more than 9,000 incoming first year students have started their Princeton experience with the Outdoor Action Frosh Trip Program. Many students say it was the best part of their first year at Princeton.

Community Action, a program of about 100 students, focuses on community service, helping introduce freshmen to Princeton's unofficial motto, "In the Nation's Service and In the Service of All Nations."

Both programs, which required an application and are scheduled for the week prior to Freshmen Orientation Week, are designed to help Princeton students get to know each other better before studies begin.

To view the current academic calendar, click 2001-2002 .

Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601

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