Centers & Programs: Overview
Princeton’s student-oriented centers and programs are a vibrant and important focus of campus life. They offer social and academic support to students, as well as many opportunities for leadership and learning outside the classroom.
A broad cross-section of the campus, including faculty and staff, participate in the many discussions and events that are co-sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Center, the Women’s Center, the Frist Campus Center and Campus Club. They are great places to make friends, give and receive advice, take on new social and intellectual challenges and, sometimes, simply to relax. The Outdoor Action program plays a key role in orienting new students to campus and offers many opportunities for leadership development.
Look for open house activities and tables at the Student Activities Fair in September.