Distinguished Citizens Society Princeton University Chapter (DCSPU) was founded on March 15th, 2009. It is a non-profit organization, whose purpose is to advocate charity, educational, cultural and social activities inside or nearby Princeton University. It aims to provide career/life mentoring, volunteering and social networking opportunities to Princeton students. DCSPU also has close collaborations with other organizations in or near Princeton University such as DCSIE, ACSSPU and Davis International Center, etc. 

Featured EVENTS


The Volunteering Series feature in connecting Princeton students to non-profit groups in near-by communities which provide opportunities for volunteering service. Various group tours are included in the series to help Princeton students experience different types of volunteering activities open to them, and to promote further regular participation.

Volunteer Program

The annual Family Gathering Events invite Princeton students to house parties hosted by local Chinese families, most of whom are members of DCSIE. Students have the opportunities to share their questions and concerns on building successful career and personal lives in the US with senior Chinese who have lived here for many years and are professionals of different fields.

The bi-annual Mentoring Workshop invites senior professionals in academia and industry to give panel discussions and communicate with Princeton students. This is a good opportunity for students to get to know people who have succeeded in different fields and get advice for their own career paths. 

Mentoring Program

Panorama photo show

The princeton photography club -- Princeton Panorama, gathers Princeton students who are interested in photography. It holds regular events for them to work together as a team, exchange photography skills, and also have fun! Photos from Princeton Panorama members are displayed here

DCSPU will start more hobby clubs to help students who share the same interest know and communicate with each other. 

Hobby Clubs

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