Latest information related to COVID-19
Provost Deborah Prentice and Executive Vice President Treby Williams sent a campus email on June 18 regarding New Jersey's pandemic guidance for colleges and universities. The University is reviewing the guidance and assessing its impact on our planning and operations. These new guidelines will help shape our decision-making regarding undergraduate instruction this fall, which we are still on track to announce in early July. Current policies pertaining to on-campus operations, including requirements for those who are able to work remotely to do so, remain in place until further notice.
President Eisgruber calls on University leadership to confront realities and legacy of racism at every level of our institution.
Cabinet charged to explore how Princeton can more effectively fight racism within and beyond the University to create a more just and equal society.
Princeton, Microsoft, Maria Perales Sanchez ’18 welcome Supreme Court ruling to restore DACA.
Princeton University, together with co-plaintiffs Microsoft and Princeton graduate Maria Perales Sanchez, welcomes the Supreme Court's June 18 ruling, which restores DACA and protects Dreamers across this country.
Princeton announces funding for teaching, research, service initiatives to address COVID-19 challenges, racial injustice.
In response to current crises related to societal challenges including the pandemic and racial injustice, Princeton University has announced multiple new funding initiatives.
Princeton University establishes Summer Food and Nutrition Program to address pandemic-related food insecurity in Mercer County.
In collaboration with the Princeton Public Schools and three area nonprofits, Princeton University's Summer Food and Nutrition Program will provide meals for local at-risk families, children and individuals.
Mathemetician Codá Marques named 2020 Simons Investigator
Seven elected to Princeton Board of Trustees
Architecture dean Monica Ponce de Leon named ‘Great Immigrant’ for contributions to American society
As Princeton looks toward fall decision, summer sees preliminary phased resumption across the University
Fung Global Fellows to focus on ‘Thinking Globally’
‘Provide joy and comfort, inspire action’: Princeton Summer Theater meets the moment virtually
'This America' by historian Jill Lepore selected for Princeton Pre-read.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber is asking Princeton’s incoming class to explore the concept of the nation, American civil ideals, and historical truth-seeking in his selection for this year’s Pre-read, “This America: The Case for the Nation,” by historian Jill Lepore.
Update regarding new Title IX regulations June 2020.
Princeton University is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for everyone — an environment in which sex or gender discrimination, including sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment and sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence, is not tolerated.
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