Student Organization Directory
The following student organizations are sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. Please click on the appropriate link to learn more about student activities and organizations sponsored by other offices: civic engagement, club and intramural sports, religious organizations, and student-run businesses.
Accion Latina y Amigos
We are an organization dedicated to celebrating our Latin American heritage and raising awareness about the Latin American culture.
ACM Group, Princeton
Fosters community among COS majors and those interested in computer science, brings speakers from academia and industry, and prepares for ACM Programming Competitions.
Advertise This is Princeton's one and only advertising and marketing group! We look to explore the behind the scenes of advertising by meeting with professionals in the field to discuss their work, as well as by hosting both workshops and trips to provide students with an education in the field.
African Cervical Cancer Initiative
ACCI works to promote awareness regarding the cervical cancer epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa and facilitate the prevention of cervical cancer.
The Princeton University Aikido Club allows students to explore Japanese culture, philosophy, and martial arts through the practice of Kokikai Aikido and provides the opportunity earn ranks from Kokikai Aikido International.
Cultural organisation that seeks to raise awareness on Africa and Africa-related issues.
Alexander Hamilton Society
The Alexander Hamilton Society is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit, membership organization dedicated to promoting constructive debate on basic principles and contemporary issues in foreign, economic, and national security policy.
American Civil Liberties Union of Princeton
Princeton chapter of ACLU dedicated to fostering a dialogue on campus about civil liberties issues.
American Foreign Policy
American Foreign Policy covers a host of international issues and America's policy toward them.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Provides social events and career opportunities for Princeton's Chemical Engineers.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers - ASME / AIAA / SEDS
Promotes technical awareness and professional networking for mechanical and aerospace engineers.
Advocates for the enforcement of international human rights. Members meet to increase awareness and to petition rights violators.
Analytics Group, Princeton
The Princeton Analytics Group is a student-run consultancy that partners with for and non-profit corporate clients in solving real-world business problems.
Animal Welfare Society, Princeton
A student organization to promote animal welfare awareness and vegetarianism (and veganism). In the 2011-2012 school year, we will run a vegetarian cooking class, puppy study breaks, and fundraisers and volunteer opportunities with local animal shelters.
Weekly screening of Japanese animation.
Provide intellectual engagement and social support for fostering a sexual and familial ethic.
Arab Society Of Princeton
Geared towards exploring Arab heritage and culture and to unite Arab and non-Arab students.
Asia Review, Princeton
Publication on Asian politics, economics and culture.
Asian Heritage Council
Dedicated to be organization of educational events centered on Asian American Heritage
Asian-American Students Association
The Asian American Students Association is dedicated to increasing campus consciousness about the unique social, cultural, political, and historical experiences of Asian Americans. We host social dinner discussions, speaker events, alumni networking sessions, and community service projects.
Dedicated to the pursuit of understanding life in the universe, both on Earth and possibly elsewhere.
Autonomous Vehicle Engineering, Princeton
PAVE is Princeton's undergraduate-driven robotics research group. We focus on autonomous vehicle technology, and are developing an autonomous Ford Escape, but also participate in side competitions and community outreach.
Ballet Folklorico de Princeton, Grupo
A dance group that promotes the spreading of Mexican culture and heritage through folkloric dance.
Ballet, Princeton University
A student group that brings ballet classes, performances, and other ballet-related events to Princeton.
Band, Princeton University
Provides music and entertainment at PU sporting events & year round gatherings.
Beach Volleyball Club
Princeton Beach Volleyball Club is a social and athletic club meant to facilitate the organization of all things beach volleyball. Our main function is to get students together to play on the campus beach courts, and to hold occasional events and tournaments.
Bee Team, Princeton
If you've ever been interested in beekeeping, as a hobby or otherwise, BEE excited. No previous experience necessary.
Beginning Uniting and Fueling Fitness (BUFF)
A health and fitness consultation group dedicated to improving the general well being of Princeton students.
Princeton Bhangra is a competitive dance team that performs bhangra, a high-energy folk dance originating from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan.
The Princeton Billiards Club organizes tournaments, weekly practice, and training sessions to all levels of billiards' enthusiasts.
Bioethics Forum, Student
Forum for campus and national undergraduate discussion on the most compelling bioethical issues of our time.
Biomedical Engineering Society, Princeton
PBMES seeks to provide resources and guidance to all students interested in biomedical engineering.
Birdwatching outings and conservation.
Black Arts Company-Dance
Company of dancers and performers specializing in Hip-Hop, but also including many styles from the African Diaspora.
Black Arts Company-Drama
The Black Arts Company|Drama (BAC|Drama) is a student-managed theatre troupe dedicated to celebrating and exploring the cultural experiences of people from the African Diaspora through performance.We are dedicated to performing pieces that represent the multicultural experience. Black or not, BAC|Drama has a place for you!
Black History Month
Planning committee to organize lectures, discussions, dinner and other events -- Black History Month
Black Mens Awareness Group
Organization that provides unity and an arena for political, social and financial discussions.
Black Student Union
Mission is to serve as the umbrella organization for other black student groups on campus
Founded in 1991, BodyHype Dance Company exists today as one of Princeton University's most successful and captivating student-run dance groups. A close-knit family in and outside of the studio, BodyHype is a group of versatile and engaging dancers that puts together exciting biannual shows.
We love plants! Through field trips and nature walks, the Botany Club provides opportunities for Princeton students to learn about botany and natural history.
Princeton Brass Ensemble is dedicated to showcasing brass musicians on campus. We perform all genres of music from pop to classical and jazz
Club to promote awareness of Brazilian culture on campus and to host Brazil themed events. Also, serves as a reference for students hoping to study abroad in Brazil. Serves as a liason to the Princeton Club do Brazil (Alumni Association in Brazil).
Bread Houses Network Club
The Bread Houses Network is a global organization with the mission to inspire people and communities to discover and develop their creative potential and cooperate across diverse backgrounds through collective bread-making and accompanying art forms and sustainable agriculture.
Organizes bridge games and participation in tournaments.
British Society, Princeton University
PUBS encourages pluralism and internationalism through celebration of British culture.
Bulgarian Undergraduate Society
The BUS is dedicated to promoting Bulgarian food, dances, music etc.
Business Today's mission is to build a community with students and business leaders.
Canadian Club, Princeton
Social Association of Canadian students at Princeton
Dedicated to spreading the Afro-Brazilian culture across the campus.
Caribbean Connection, Princeton
To provide all Princeton students a means for celebrating and learning about the Caribbean .
Central and Eastern European Student Association
Princeton University's window to the Other Europe.
Chamber Ensemble, Princeton University
PUCE is a conductorless chamber orchestra whose focus is performing medium-sized ensemble pieces that might not otherwise be heard on campus.
Chaos Theory Dance Crew
Chaos Theory is a competitive hip-hop dance crew that engages in technical styles of hip-hop dance.
The Cheer Project is dedicated to spreading joy and good will across Princeton's campus.
Everything cheese! We are a society dedicated to the history, making, and consumption of cheese, among other things.
Meet to play chess and hold and attend tournaments.
Dedicated to celebrating the Chicano and Latino culture, as well as raising awareness about issues pertinent to the community.
Chinese Music Ensemble
ChiME provides instruction and performance opportunities in traditional Chinese instruments and music.
Chinese Students Association
Dedicated to celebrating Chinese culture through various festivals, charity, and social events throughout the year.
Chinese Theatre, Princeton
A group dedicated to performing Chinese theatre plays in Chinese
Circle of Women
Our mission is to equip girls with self-reliance, knowledge, and increased capacities to both enhance their own lives and to contribute productively to their societies.
Coalition for Endowment Responsibility
PCER is an organization that works to ensure the socially responsible investment of Princeton's endowment through different initiatives.
Political education, discussion & advocacy as related to the Democratic Party.
Provides presence, voice, and fellowship among those interested in a distinct political philosophy.
We work to cultivate Republican ideas through speaker events, discussion groups, and campaigning.
Colombian Student Association and Friends
Student group to promote the integration of Colombian students and of students interested in Colombian affairs on campus.
Colosseum Club, The
The Colosseum Club throws action-packed events on weekend nights. Coloseum Club: Seize the night!
Committee on Palestine, Princeton
Founded in 2000, the Princeton Committee on Palestine (PCP) works to end the occupation in Palestine, defend Palestinian human rights, and raise awareness in the Princeton community about the Palestinian narrative.
Composers Collective, Undergraduate
The Undergraduate Composers Collective meets weekly to workshop musical ideas, often with graduate composers, and holds several concert events each year.
Corporate Finance, Princeton
Educate. Inspire. Empower. We provide a platform for students to exchange ideas about corporate finance and learn from professionals in the industry. More imporantly, we empower our members with a powerful network of support from fellow Tigers.
Creative Writing Club
We bring writers to campus and we workshop each other's pieces. We like to write.
Cuban American Undergraduate Group
Preserve & share Cuban American history; promote awareness of social & political injustices in Cuba
Cube Club, Princeton
Promotes interest in solving and speedsolving twisty puzzles including the Rubik's Cube.
Cultura Italo-Americana (CIA)
Celebrate and share Italian and Italian-American language, culture and cuisine.
Parliamentary debate team that competes in weekly tournaments, both internationally and nationally.
Disability Awareness, Princeton
PDA organizes awareness events on campus to promote understanding and acceptance of disabled people. Our main event is a Carnival for children with Down Syndrome and Princeton students during November.
diSiac Dance Company
diSiac Dance Company pushes the frontiers of artistic expression through dance.
EarthTones is a performing arts group dedicated to the exploration of Traditional African Dance and Drumming.
East Asian Pupular Culture Conference, Princeton
We seek to encourage critical engagement with contemporary East Asian popular culture through various student-initiated activities.
Platform for producing and projecting spoken word on campus.
Aimed at increasing awareness and interest as well as provoking action in international development.
The Princeton Entrepreneurship Club is one of the nation's premier college organizations dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship on campus.
Environmental Action, Princeton
PEA's goal is to let students know what is going on in the world in terms of the environment.
We write about gender issues and feminism, both on the Princeton campus and in the world.
Equality Project, Princeton
PEP aims to realize full LGBT equality by fostering civic engagement and promoting social responsibility.
Expressions Dance Company
Expressions is the oldest all-girl dance company at Princeton University. Expressions present two shows every year featuring lyrical, modern and hip-hope pieces.
Frameworks for Interdisciplinary Ethnographic Learning and Dialogue (FIELD) aims to provide collaborative tools and services for students exploring the interpretive and practical dilemmas of ethnographic fieldwork.
Fed Challenge, Princeton
Student group designed to debate monetary policy and compete at regional and national Fed Challenge Competitions.
Understanding culture and tradition through the appreciation and enjoyment of ethnic food.
Flute Emsemble, Princeton
Student music group focusing on flute choir repertoire.
Fine all-male a capella entertainment since 1959 -- 300 Walker Hall Audition Room.
Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children
Foundation for the International Medical Relief of Children
French Book Club
Holds discussions on French literature
FUSE Dance Collective
We aim to create a community of artists, to benefit the greater Princeton community through dance, and to foster artistic colaboration. We aim to achieve this through weekly dance classes, improv jams, performances, and social outreach workshops.
To bring humanists and scientists together in dialogue through dinner discussions, speaking events, and debates with faculty and students.
Improv Comedy Troupe
Gap Year Network
PGYN's goal is to connect gap year students on campus and help other students to take a gap year after high school or during their college career.
The Princeton Gates Millennium Scholars promotes awareness about the national Gates program's activities, reaches out to prospective scholars, and establishes a community for current scholars on campus.
Princeton Undergraduate Geosciences Society (PUGS) seeks to bring together students who share an interest in Geosciences.
German Association, Princeton
The German Association of Princeton aims at providing the means for German speakers and learners at Princeton University to interact with one another and develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of German language and culture that are commonplace in German-speaking areas of the world.
Global China Connection
GCC Princeton is dedicated to cultivating relations between China, the United States, and the international community.
Global Poker Strategic Thinking Society
An organization dedicated to promoting poker as a tool to teach various academic skills such as game theory, risk analysis, and probability.
A student-led international organization of political leaders committed to phased, verified nuclear disarmament.
Go Club, Princeton
Play and promote the ancient board game known as Go, Wei Qi or Baduk. Provide lessons, host lectures, and more.
Golf Club, Princeton
Promote the game of golf on campus through competition, instruction and social events.
Student directed musical group, re-formed in 1983 to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through song.
Greening Princeton seeks to engage, students, faculty, and the Princeton community on issues of sustainability.
A group for people from Hawaii and their friends.
Creating a campus community for anyone that loves to rock out to hard rock or heavy metal and all their variations.
Healthcare Club, Princeton
The Princeton Healthcare Club is devoted to raising awareness of health-care related issues. The organization will hold a lecture series, career panels, and a national conference.
A step group dedicated to using stomps, claps, and shouts to create energetic rhythms. Stepping originates from various areas of the African Diaspora and we continue to bring that tradition to the performing arts at Princeton.
Hiphop Art & Life
Hip Hop Art & Life studies and analyzes the culture & history of hip hop, while celebrating the art.
History Society, Princeton University
A social and academic group for people who enjoy history to come together and talk about how the discipline is important and fun!
Hong Kong Students Association
Aims to enrich campus life by bringing HK students & introducing HK culture to the University community
Study and practice hypnosis for clinical applications and recreation.
IdeaLab@Princeton is an undergraduate think tank that collaborates with IdeaLab corporation to design and market new technologies.
To spark a sense of curiosity excitement & possibility of attending college in the minds of underprivileged students.
Independent Student Union
Provide a forum for discussion Independent Life and organize events and activities.
Individual Rights in Education, Princetonians for (PIRE)
The Princetonians for Individual Rights in Education (PIRE) has a broad vision for freedom of expression on college campuses. It advocates for policy changes at Princeton, and speaks out in support of students whose rights are under siege.
Innovation Princeton Journal of Science
Publication dedicated to bringing Princeton's cutting-edge science news to the campus community.
Institute for Chocolate Studies
We make chocolate. We are Princeton's first student-run bean-to-bar chocolate factory.
Umbrella organization for all the international student groups at Princeton.
Annual showcase of various cultures represented on campus and in the community during the month of April.
IRC: International Relations Council
Center for Model United Nations at Princeton and forum for campus discussion on international relations and global issues. Hosts two Model United Nations conferences (high school, PMUNC and collegiate level, PICSim) and competes at conferences around the world.
ISAP: International Students Assoc. of Princeton
Organzation that fosters bonding amongst international students, and exposes interested American students to cultures from around the world.
The Ivy Council engages students throughout the Ivy League to facilitate their exchange of ideas. It seeks to develop student leadership and includes public service and global exchange opportunities. Ivy Council convenes at multiple conferences a year at different member universities.
J Street U Princeton
J Street U works to engage Princeton students in a meaningful and constructive conversation around the Arab-Israeli conflict, and to advocate for strong American leadership towards achieving a two state solution with a Jewish and Democratic Israel living alongside a democratic Palestinian state.
Japanese Students Association
Brings students together to enhance Princetonians' understanding of Japanese culture.
Journal of Bioethics, Princeton
Journal of East Asian Studies
PJEAS is an academic publication featuring student work on East Asian political, economic, and social affairs.
Dedicated to the enjoyment and advancement of juggling and other physical arts.
The Ivy League's oldest co-ed a cappella group; we sing a wide variety of music from jazz to pop to classical.
Christian a cappella group serving Princeton and the Westminster Choir College campus. We are devoted to spreading the gospel through music.
Klezmer Ensemble, Princeton University
The Princeton University Klezmer Ensemble (PUKE) is a music group devoted to playing Klezmer and other Jewish or Eastern European music.
A co-ed Jewish a cappella group.
Korean American Students Association
Strives to provide students with events related to Korea and its culture.
Language Project, Princeton University
PULP offers free translation services to non-profits and gives students opportunities to practice their language skills. PULP's mission: use the multilingual skills of college students to break down language barriers. All proficiency levels welcome. Campuswide Community Challenge eligible.
Leadership for Change
Leadership for Change envisions a Princeton culture in which leaders are not defined by position or title, but rather by students' motivation to develop themselves and others as leaders, and by their ability to envision and effect change in their organization, community, and field.
LEDA Scholars at Princeton
The goals and objectives of LEDA Scholars at Princeton are creating mentoring relationships between LEDA Scholars who are currently attending Princeton in order to ease their transition to college, and to reach out to LEDA Scholars who are considering attending Princeton.
Legend Dragon Dance Company
Dance company teaching, promoting, and performing the traditional Chinese art of Dragon Dance.
Lets Talk Sex
We're a group of students who work to broaden the discussion of sex on Princeton's campus.
LGBTQ*J is a student organization dedicated to fostering a LGBTQ Jewish community on campus and creating a welcoming space for LGBTQ students at the CJL. We host social and educational events related to being LGBTQ and Jewish.
The Linguistics Club was founded for students at Princeton who are interested in the study of language.
Lion Dance Group, Princeton
Aims to promote the practice and performance of the Chinese Lion Dance on campus, by creating and performing routines for various celebrations, ceremonies, and occasions throughout the year.
Lux Choir is a choir specializing in sacred music in the Anglican tradition.
Magic: The Gathering
The Magic: The Gathering club provides opportunities for people new to the trading card game to learn about, discuss, and play casually. It also provides opportunities for more experieinced players to play competitively and provides information about local events.
Malaysian and Singapore Student Association
Organizes activities for Singaporeans/Malaysians and people interested in Singapore/Malaysia.
Maracatu Princeton is a student group centered around the maracatu musical style from Northeastern Brazil. The goal of the group is to promote musical collaboration and cooperation, and to bring the experience of this rich and exciting Carnival tradition to Princeton's campus.
Materials Research Society, Princeton
Princeton chapter of Materials Research Society. Dedicated to promoting research, etc in science.
Provide academic services to undergraduates with an interest in mathematics, organize social events for math students, and facilitate the development of close connections between all members of the Princeton math community.
Medicine for All People
Promotes health equality throughout the world and raises awareness about health and development issues.
Microfinance Organization, Princeton
PMO is devoted to promoting dialogue about and spreading awareness of microfinance and innovative solutions to poverty.
MIMA: Modern Improvisational Music Appreciation
Promotes live music on campus by bringing artists to campus and by giving student musicians a place to play.
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students
We Support pre-health undergraduates of minority by garnering a community that guides and directs students on a path geared towards leading them to various interest in the field of pre-health.
Minority Business Association
An organization that assists minority undergraduates in achieving their business aspirations and directs them towards business opportunities.
Magazine discussing issues in Muslim society and thought.
A courtroom simulation with attorneys and witnesses; participants compete in and organize tournaments.
Model Congress, Princeton
The nation's premiere civics education program for high school students.
Muggle Quidditch Team
Princeton's team for the sport of Muggle Quidditch, adapted from the Quidditch of the Harry Potter books.
Music Group, Princeton
Princeton Classical Music Players organizes a monthly recital series in the Rocky Common Room, featuring performances by students, faculty members, and enriching short lectures on Classical Music, as well as recitals and musician get-togethers every friday at 7pm in the Rocky Common Room.
Music in Mind
Bridging the arts, sciences & humanities through music. Events include classical music listening sessions, faculty lectures & music outreach.
After over a decade of dance, Naacho prides itself on its eclectic display of traditional and contemporary Indian dances at its annual Spring show including Bollywood, Classical, Folk, Raas, Bhangra, Fusion, and Live Music Performances.
Nassau Literary Review
A forum for creative artists and writers. Features the work of graduate and undergrad students/semiannual. Hosts literary and artistic events.
Weekly news, humor and literary publication distributed free to all students on campus
The Nassoons are Princeton 's oldest all-male a capella group, founded in 1941.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
An interracial, interfaith, nonpartisan, social action organization with a focus on Black Americans.
National Society of Black Engineers
Professional and academic development of engineers and students in the math/sciences.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
A national collegiate honor society devoted to community service
Native Americans at Princeton
Organizes programs, field trips, and activities to develop cultural understanding and support.
Nebraskans Club, Princeton
An organization for Nebraska natives and Nebraskaphiles.
Off the Record
We are Princeton's Premier Hip Hop and R&B A Cappella Group. We sing exclusively these genres from multiple time periods and we are composed of singers, rappers, and beatboxers.
Old Nassoul is an A Cappella group dedicated to bringing Soul Music to Princeton University.
OpenART will provide a supportive community of visual arts enthusiasts targeted to, but not limited to, students committed to developing their artistic and creative potential but who have not chosen to pursue the Program 2 or visual arts certificate.
Opera Company, Princeton
The Princeton Opera Company (POCO) is a student run opera organization at Princeton. We produce and perform in one-act operas, aria concerts and master classes.
Orange Pan-Hellenic Association
An organization celebrating Hellenic culture while aiming to develop a better understanding of current issues in Greece.
Student-professor dinner discussion group that meets Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Campus Club Library to discuss various topics.
Palestine Children's Relief Fund
The Palestine Children's Relief Fund is a humanitarian organization that aims to raise awareness of the unique and complex problems facing children living in the Middle East, to promote dialogue, and to address these issues through projects taht raise funds to better these conditions.
Represents the Pakistani and Pakistani-American presence on campus.
Performing Arts Council
Council on campus who meets weekly to promote appreciation and resources for Princeton's Performing Arts community.
Indonesian Students Association at Princeton University.
Persian Society of Princeton
Aims to introduce the Princeton Community to the rich Persian history and traditions.
Perspectives of Princeton (POP) is a creative and collaborative publication on campus. Our prompts are broad and open-ended. Feel free to explore modes of art beyond the traditional mediums! Whether you express yourself with the binary system or a paintbrush, we encourage you to check out POP.
Philosophical Society, Princeton
Philosophical discussion, guest lectures and social gatherings.
The Princeton Philosophy Review is an online publication that includes student-written articles, a discussion forum, and filmed and written interviews with famous thinkers.
For students interested in digital and film photography. The group will bring guest speakers to campus and take trips to museums with photography exhibits.
Physics Students, Princeton Society of
Sponsors academic and social events to foster open discussion, interaction, and a love of physics.
Pianists Ensemble, Princeton
PPE is devoted to bringing multi-hand and multi-keyboard piano music to the Princeton campus. We perform repertoire for up to five pianos, and we hope to build a supportive community of pianists who can collaborate together and put on exciting performances.
Players, Princeton University
A musical theatre organization that produces 4 to 6 musicals and revues a year. All shows are directed, acted, produced, and designed by students.
Princeton Pre-dental Association aims to create a community of students aspiring for careers in the field of dental medicine that can be a source of support, advice, and education about the field and the process of applying to dental schools.
Pre-Law Society, Princeton University
Provides the opportunity for students to evaluate careers in law and prepare for law school.
The Princeton Premedical Society (PPMS) is the top student resource for undergraduates at Princeton University considering a career in healthcare. We are committed to actively providing opportunities, support, and mentorship to students.
Pre-Veterinary Medical Association
PPVMA provides an environment for Princeton pre-vets to meet each other and work together towards becoming stronger candidates for veterinary school. We plan on volunteering at animal shelters, going on trips to vet schools and zoos, and hosting speakers.
A group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual, questioning and straight-ally students dedicated to promoting acceptance and understanding.
Princeton Against Cancer Together
Promotes cancer awareness, participates in cancer related community service and fundraising efforts.
Princeton Alternative Energy Society
IAHE-PU is a student group concerned with learning more about hydrogen as a sustainable energy carrier for the future.
Princeton Association of Black Women
An organization that aims to celebrate, unify and educate the community of black women on the Princeton campus.
Princeton European Youth Parliament
Princeton European Youth Parliament is dedicated to supporting students who are interested in European politics. The organization manages annual conference for young European politicians at Princeton and is affiliated with the EU Parliament and youth conservative and liberal organizations.
Princeton Film Society
Focused upon the active participation of all types of film complemented by weekly screenings, forums & excursions.
Princeton for North Korean Human Rights (PNKHR)
PNKHR aims to spread awareness of the human rights violations that occur in North Korea today and the difficulties that North Korean defectors face when resettling in South Korea. We also aim to support North Korean human rights advocacy groups through fundraisers.
Princeton Latinos Y Amigos
Princeton Latinos y Amigos strives to create a unified community of Latino students and students interested in Latino culture on campus. It seeks to initiate dialogue on campus regarding cultural, social, and political topics affecting Latin American countries and Latinos in America.
Princeton Muse encourages open and honest dialogue through pairing strangers together for Conversation events.
Princeton Talks is a forum for undergraduate students to start conversations and spread ideas. We want to encourage undergraduates to speak out on any topic of their interest. Every semester, Princeton Talks will host a selection of speakers each with 10 minutes or less to share his or her idea.
The Princeton Traveler is dedicated to inspiring the University's students to discover the world outside the orange bubble.
To promote civic engagement and voter registration on campus.
Princetonians Against Obesity
An undergraduate-led initiative to combat adolescent obesity
A literary magazine devoted to publishing high-quality poems, short stories, and essays with a global perspective.
We seek to promote the dignity of every human life, in all its stages, from conception until death.
PPI is a group for producers, singers and songwriters to work together, nurture their talent, and make music.
Progressive Nation, The
The Princeton Progressive Nation is the liberal-leaning political publication on campus. We print one issue each semester and maintain an up-to-date blog with political news and commentary.
Public Health Review
Princeton Public Health Review
Compiles anonymous and personal submissions from the University community. Check out our website.
PUZZLES (Princeton University Zealously Zany Logical Enigma Solvers) is a group of students who love logic puzzles, word games, brain teasers, and secret codes. At the end of the year, we host a school-wide event in which teams compete for the title of Best Princeton Puzzlers!
Quest Scholars Network, Princeton
The Princeton chapter of the national Quest Scholars Network. Our main objectives are fostering a close-knit community of Quest Scholars on campus (though we are open to all students), connecting high-achieving, low-income high school students to QuestBridge, and giving back to our community.
Quipfire! Improv Comedy
Quipfire! is Princeton's oldest improv group and is ranked in the top ten college improv groups nationwide, but we think of ourselves more as a group of best friends who improvise together. We perform in over a dozen shows every year, MC other shows on campus, travel the country on an annual
Organizes and participates in academic competitions.
Racing Electric, Princeton
Princeton Racing Electric aims to design and manufacture an electric car for participation in the Formula Hybrid competition.
Princeton's only belly dance troupe is a welcoming and tight-knit community of women who love to learn and perform belly dancing. Members host workshops, give benefit performances, and build a stronger belly dance community in addition to developing and performing in an annual spring showcase.
Real Action for Reproductive Rights
A pro-choice organization with the goal of providing a forum for activism and voices for reproductive rights and bodily autonomy on campus.
Relay for Life at Princeton
Relay for Life of Princeton organizes a 12-hour fundraising event for the American Cancer Society every spring. The group also participates in other American Cancer Society events during the year.
Rise Up Princeton
Rise Up Singing is a gathering of students who enjoy making music together. We meet weekly for at least two hours and anyone is welcome to come.
The Princeton Roaring 20 - co-ed a capella since 1983.
Rock Ensemble, Princeton University
We are Princeton University's only student-run, University-recognized rock band.
Romanian Students & Scholars
RSSA aims to promote the cultural and intellectual values of the Romanian People.
This is the chapter of the national Roosevelt Institution, the progressive student think tank. We write policy and lead campus programs.
To provide a space on campus for students to explore their own political beliefs and talk to students with different opinions.
We inspire young women to get involved in politics and leadership through workshops, speakers, and dinners.
Cultural organization that aims to share our Scandinavian culture and tradition with the Princeton community.
Science in Society
University chapter of an international undergraduate journal of science, society, and law.
Service in Style
This student organization orchestrates and hosts an annual professional-quality fashion show to raise autism awareness and to fundraise for The Eden Institute. This show, called Fashion Speaks, is the largest student-run charity event on campus.
Organizes playing sessions and teaching of SET.
Shakespeare Company, Princeton
Student-run theatre company dedicated to performing and producing works of the Bard and his contemporaries, as well as modern works that respond to the original Shakespearean texts.
Shere Khan, named after the tiger in The Jungle Book, has been entertaining audiences with energetic, contemporary co-ed a cappella since 1993. Find out more at www.skprinceton.com!
No-audition performing arts coalition Lobster Club - Improv Comedy Orpheus - Scripted Theater Beatnik - Dance
Simulation Games Union
A club for recreational boardgames and other non-computer simulation games.
Slow Food, Princeton
The Princeton chapter of Slow Food
Smart Women Security
SWS focuses on investment education through instructive seminars, mentoring initiatives, meetings with investors such as Warren Buffett, and provides resources for greater knowledge of the financial markets.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Works to promote the career development of Hispanic professional engineers so that they can serve as role models for the Hispanic community.
Society of Women Engineers
Aids in the development of women engineers through events for current and aspiring students.
South Asian Students Association
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South Asian Theatrics, Princeton
Nation's 1st and oldest South Asian Theatre Group.
Southern Society, Princeton
The Princeton Southern Society aims to increase awareness of Southern culture through social events, the arts, academia and other useful means and to facilitate relationships between Princetonâs undergraduates and people and places in the South.
Speak with Style
Effective communication is an essential skill for all. SwS aims to provide a platform for students to develop critical speechmaking, speechwriting, presentation, pitching, and interview skills through weekly practicums and workshops.
SpeakOut is a student run activist organization dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assualt and violence and helping to create a safer environment on our campus
Spoon promotes culinary appreciation among students. We publish online articles and hold on-campus events to spread a love of food.
Sports Analytics, Princeton
Sports Analytics conducts and publishes advanced analysis of sports statistics and the front office finances associated with each sport. We will give access to databases and resources in order to support innovative research, and publish findings in an online blog.
Sports Industry Club, Princeton
The purpose of this club is to aid students interested in the sports industry establish connections with alumni, gain insight into the industry, and secure internships/jobs in the field. We will also attempt to bring in guest speakers with expertise in sports topics and visit league headquarters.
Stand-Up Comedy, Princeton
The only group dedicated to the fine art of stand up comedy. They perform in shows on campus and in the area.
SCH is a student group dedicated to Starcraft that provides a forum for students with similar interests and hosts related events. We compete in an national-wide collegiate Starcraft tournament but also help up-and-coming students practice to reach a high level.
Stargazing Club, Princeton
PSC aims to foster interest in general astronomy by hosting weekly observing nights as well as making "field trips" to observatories.
Stella Art Club
Promotes visual arts on campus through events, workshops, talks, and student art shows.
Princeton's first and only fashion magazine. Published twice yearly, features articles on fashion, beauty, entertainment & campus life
Student and Workers for International Free Trade
Advocacy group dedicated to free trade as the surest path towards domestic economic growth and sustainable development for disadvantaged countries.
Student Entertainment Network
PSEN is an organization for students interested in working in the film, television, and entertainment industries.
Student Health Advisory Board
Liaison between UHS and the student body. Dedicated to promoting health and wellness on campus.
Surf Club, Princeton
Take local surf trips, bring surfers together, host surfing related events
Sustained Dialogue is a process that addresses issues of community relations including race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability status, and other topics. SD seeks to transform relationships for the better through meaningful dialogue.
Offers free swing dance lessons every week to all members of the University community. Instructors teach East Coast, Charleston, Collegiate Shag, Blues, Balboa, and Lindy Hop style swing, and lessons are followed by an open social dance.
Urban Arts: breakdancing, popping, hip hop-no auditions or experience required. Freestyle shows annually.
Taiwanese American Students Association
Dedicated to promoting Taiwanese culture and heritage on the Princeton campus.
Tango Club, Princeton
The Princeton Tango Club organizes Argentine Tango workshops with guest instructors, social events, and a yearly tango festival.
TapCats is Princeton's one-and-only tap troupe on campus, open to dancers of all skill levels (from 0 to infinity, inclusive). We're completely non-selective and have opportunities for experienced dancers as well as for beginners.
An avenue for individuals to appreciate, learn, create, and perform South Asian music
Tau Beta Pi
The engineering honor society. We recognize engineering students with a history of leadership and academic achievement.
Texans Club, Princeton
The Texans club organizes social events for Princeton students from Texas.
THAIGERS: Thai Students' Association
We aim to promote an appreciation of Thai culture, deepen knowledge regarding Thailand, and assist Princetonians with the intention of travelling to Thailand. All our activities are for the benefit of all members of the Princeton community.
Produces approximately 7 plays and/or musicals annually. Hosts variety of other Princeton performing arts groups.
Forum to discuss investment strategies, financial theory and assets, relevant geopolitical developments and international finance.
Princeton 's First and only humor magazine since 1882
Tigerlilies was founded in 1971 and is Princeton's original all-female a cappella singing group.
Tigers for Israel
Princeton's Israel advocacy group.
Tigertones, The Princeton
Princeton signature all-male a capella singing group, good friends and good music.
Since 1981, the Tigressions have entertained audiences with their unique brand of bold, contemporary all-female a cappella.
Tora Taiko, Princeton
We are a drumming group dedicated to the development of a cultural awareness and exposure to the art and musical form of Taiko.
Magazine dedicated to a moderate to conservative viewpoint. Published every six weeks.
The oldest touring collegiate musical comedy troup! Student written and professionally directed.
Triathlon Club, Princeton
Hold practices for 3 triathlon events: run, bike, swim. Enter local competitions.
Triple 8 Dance Company
Triple 8 is Princeton's East Asian Dance Company. We perform styles ranging from lyrical, to hip hop, to traditional Asian dance, to martial arts. No previous experience or Asian background necessary!
Turkish Students Association
A Society of Turkish undergraduate student which has as its goal promotion of awareness of the Turkish culture.
Umqombothi is Princeton's African a cappella group. We bring vibrant music from several different African cultures of both a traditional and more contemporary nature. We hope to spread awareness about the African continent and to bring rich diversity to the University's artistic scen
Undergraduate Research Symposium
Organize annual URS and interdisciplinary colloquium where students present their research.
Undergraduate Student Government (USG)
The Undergraduate Student Government
Service group raising money for UNICEF through various campus-based fundraising activities.
United Left, Princeton
PUL is committed to mobilizing students of democratic and libertarian left-wing dispositions and serving as a focal point for left-wing discourse and activism on campus.
United World Colleges Club of Princeton
The UWC Club at Princeton aims to reconnect UWC students and provide a social network in which these students can access.
University Press Club
Organization of student journalists selected to write for professional newspapers and magazines.
Unix Users Group, Princeton
Promotes and supports the use of free and alternative operating systems such as those built on Linux and BSD.
A subsidiary of the Undergraduate Student Government dedicated to showing both popular and artistic/international films.
Video Game Society
The Video Game Society (VGS) gathers together people who love video games in all forms.
Vietnamese Students Association
The Vietnamese Student Association seeks to expose the Princeton student body to traditional Vietnamese culture and customs through events such as film screenings and study breaks. Our most popular study break is the Vietnamese beef noodle soup "pho." Join us! Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Viewers Like You Society
Voices of Africa
This is a publication intended to promote awareness on Africa as well as a forum for discussion.
VTone is Princeton's first East Asian Music Production Group. Our repertoire consists of a capella pieces as well as mashups, medleys, and remixes. We focus on East Asian music (Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) but we do English pieces as well!
West Coast Students' Club
Promote a social atmosphere introducing west coast students to others with the same interest.
Whig-Cliosophic Society, American
The Nation's oldest college political, literary, and debating society.
An all-female a capella group founded in 1987, the Wildcats pride themselves on being "strong women with strong voices." The Wildcats sing everything from Aretha to Adele and pride themselves on their deep, dark sound.
The Princeton Wine Tasting Club is a group of wine enthusiasts who seek to learn more about wine and wine culture through tastings.
Women in Business, Princeton
PWIB seeks to empower a vibrant community of imaginative and entrepreneurial Princeton women through business exposure and experience. With events such as business skill workshops, panels, and off-campus company visits, PWIB aspires to help enterprising women achieve ambitious career goals.
Women in Computer Science, Princeton
PWiCS serves two main purposes: first, to support and mentor women in the computer science department; and second, to do outreach programs to interest young women in computer science.
Women in Science Colloquium
We are dedicated to fostering discussions between female faculty and students in science, math, and engineering. We welcome undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and faculty to our events, which include dinner discussions once or twice a month.
Student run radio station broadcasting at 103.3 FM. Area includes Central New Jersey and Philadelphia. Rock, jazz, and more!
Theater group to raise awareness about gender issues through the performing arts
To offer opportunities to practice and study yoga in a variety of forms; to foster a community of yoga students and network with other bodies on campus interested in promoting yoga, broadly speaking. We organize free weekly yoga classes as well as workshops, retreats, and a teacher training.