Programs & Venues: Overview
Princeton's student-initiated programs are a vibrant and important focus of campus life. They offer social and co-curricular opportunities to students, as well as many pathways to leadership, service and learning outside the classroom.
A broad cross-section of the student body participates in the many programs and events that are sponsored/co-sponsored by ODUS and student groups at the Frist Campus Center and Campus Club. These are great venues for hosting events, making friends, or just relaxing. ODUS staff guide students as their ideas take shape and support their activities in a variety of ways
The Outdoor Action is Princeton University's outdoor education and leadership development program. Through the annual Frosh Trip, OA plays a key role in orienting new students to the University. Sophomores, juniors and seniors can apply to the Leader Training program which prepares current students to be leaders and role models to incoming students on the Frosh Trip. OA offers other on-campus activities and outdoor-based adventure travel trips.
Look for open house activities and tables at the Student Activities Fair in September.