University will require all undergraduate and graduate students to receive COVID-19 vaccines.
All students enrolled or otherwise present on campus for the upcoming 2021-22 academic year will be required to receive, and to provide proof of having received, a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Himelhoch, Lambert and Wayner awarded Truman Scholarship for public service
The Derek Chauvin trial: Resources and support for the University community
Documentary featuring Princeton visionary physicist Gerard O’Neill premieres Saturday, April 17
'A.I. Nation,' Episode 3, 'The Next Pandemic,' now available to download
COVID-19 reduces access to opioid dependency treatment for new patients
Center for gender and sexuality ushers in a new era of support for women and LGBTQIA+ students at Princeton
Big but affordable effort needed for America to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Princeton study shows .
The new “Net-Zero America” study maps out state-by-state, sector-by-sector, and decade-by-decade what it would take for the U.S. economy to be fully decarbonized, and provides a blueprint for action in the 2020s.
Princeton Playbook public health campaign aims to limit spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The University's new public health campaign focuses on four principles or “plays”— Prepare, Protect, Participate and Persist — to help limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the community.