News at Princeton

Friday, Dec. 19, 2014

Submit News: Overview

The news submission form is visible to users on the campus network ( It also can be accessed off-campus by logging in with a Princeton netID and password.

"Submit News" form

If you would like to submit a news item or an award notice and cannot access this form, send an email to the editor.

Due to the heavy volume of requests, not all items submitted can be posted. Please read the following policies before submitting your news.

Featured Story Policies

  • Featured Stories (which include the main homepage photo or video) are reserved for items that document people, places and events that best reflect the priorities of Princeton University.
  • To suggest a Featured Story and homepage photo or video, please enter your request on the Submit News form with at least two weeks' advance notice.

News at Princeton and People News Policies

  • For urgent news items of University-wide significance, call the Office of Communications at 609-258-3601 during business hours or email Lauren Ugorji, formerly Robinson-Brown, assistant vice president for communications.
  • For items of interest to external news media only, email Daniel Day, director of news and editorial services.
  • Award notices and other news items about Princeton faculty, staff and students will be considered for posting in the People and Current Stories sections.
  • Priority is given to those items of University-wide, national or international significance.
  • Award notices and news items must be submitted using the Submit News form.
  • Due to the heavy volume of requests, not all award notices and news items submitted may be posted. Suggestions submitted to the Princeton University Bulletin are automatically considered for posting; there is no need to submit an item twice.

Reproducing Princeton News

We encourage media outlets, other organizations and college/university institutions to link to or copy full versions of Princeton news stories including credit as instructed below.

When a byline is embedded and copied with the story: "News provided courtesy of Princeton University Office of Communications."

When a byline is removed from the story: "News, written by [name from byline], is provided courtesy of Princeton University Office of Communications."