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Basic Facts & Figures

We will not have space in this report to present all of the data that can be helpful in understanding the social climate at Princeton, but we do want to provide some of the most salient information about the choices made by juniors and seniors; the characteristics of students who participate in the clubs (and students who choose not to join the clubs); and about two recent developments that we discovered were not as well understood as they could be: changes in the University’s financial aid program to make it more possible for students on financial aid to join eating clubs and the introduction of shared meal plans that allow some juniors and seniors to be members of both a residential college and an eating club.