The University has announced increased COVID-19 asymptomatic testing requirements for undergraduate students and placed restrictions on some undergraduate gatherings and graduate international travel. Existing testing requirements for graduate students, faculty and staff remain in place. Face coverings are required in buildings occupied by the University. Please visit the Princeton COVID Resources page for more information.
Princeton and Microsoft continue their support of DACA program with new federal filing .
Princeton and Microsoft’s Nov. 29 comment follows their recent successful Supreme Court suit to preserve the DACA program, which provides legal protections for undocumented individuals who arrived in the United States as children.
The Venture Forward campaign seeks to provide a transformative educational experience to a greater number of talented students, regardless of their socioeconomic background.
Researchers shrink camera to the size of a salt grain
Princeton graduate Naoum Fares Marayati selected as Mitchell Scholar
Tech pioneers to headline Princeton conference on innovation and entrepreneurship
Teach For All co-founder and CEO Wendy Kopp named Baccalaureate speaker
Unmasking the 'magic' behind one of physics’ recent mysteries
Bonfire crowds celebrate football wins and a 're-ignition of community' at Princeton this fall
Princeton provides annual update on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
As part of the University-wide effort to combat systemic racism, Princeton has published its first annual report highlighting diversity, equity and inclusion work across campus. The report provides a snapshot of projects, programs and initiatives during the 2020-21 academic year, and also includes demographic and climate data about students, staff, faculty and postdoctoral scholars.
Environmental research at Princeton is addressing the world's challenges.
Research groups across the University are making pivotal contributions across the spectrum of environmental issues. The Princeton Environmental Research portal tracks the full scope of activity arising out of more than a dozen different academic units, from physical, biological and applied sciences to art, architecture, psychology, policy and more.