Princeton’s students and faculty and students do not lack for academic resources:
- The library system at Princeton contains over 11 million holdings in 19 buildings throughout campus. Firestone Library, the main library on campus, assumes primary responsibility for collections in the social sciences.
- The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning offers a range of services for instructors seeking to improve their teaching skills. The center also co-sponsors, with Princeton's Office of Career Services, a series of workshops for graduate students on academic careers.
- The Princeton Writing Program offers individual tutoring to undergraduate and graduate students at every stage of the writing process.
- The University, the Department of Politics, and alumni-sponsored organizations such as Princeton Project 55 offer substantial amounts of funding for student and faculty research.