Welcome, Class of 2016!
September 8-14, 2012
This orientation calendar lists events designed to introduce you to the full range of academic and extracurricular opportunities at Princeton. Many different offices and groups, including academic departments, administrative offices and student organizations, sponsor these events. Although you could benefit from attending every event on this calendar, make sure you pay particular attention to the listings marked with a [*]. These are events that all new students are required to attend.
The academic activities introduce you to the many programs, facilities and academic disciplines that may interest you, as well as to the faculty and staff with whom you will be working. The events sponsored by student organizations represent a wide variety of extracurricular activities initiated and carried out by Princeton students. Student organizations are all registered with the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students. Finally, your residential college may be planning some activities not listed in this calendar, so watch the bulletin boards and read your email.
Additional activities and information can be found in the “Wait, There’s More” calendar, which lists events open to the entire campus community.
Best wishes and welcome!
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Rosemarie Maze, editor
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