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GEOSCIENCES STUDENT RELATED ISSUES

ADMISSIONS

Undergraduate Admissions
Graduate Admissions

UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND PROGRAMS

UNIVERSITY COURSES/CLASSROOM INFORMATION

UNDERGRADUATE ANNOUNCEMENT

(Description of All University Undergraduate Courses)

GRADUATE ANNOUNCEMENT

(Description of All University Graduate Courses)

CAMPUS SHUTTLES

Tiger Transit Route Maps

TigerTransit buses are equipped with web-based Global Positioning Systems (GPS) that can track buses in real time (TigerTracker).  Riders are able to track the location of any TigerTransit bus on any route online or by cell phone.

COMPUTER PURCHASES SCI

The Student Computer Initiative provides Princeton students with aggressively priced, highly capable computers to facilitate academic work. The program is open to all Princeton students. You must have a Princeton NetID and password to access the store.

DINING

Undergraduate dining guide.
Graduate housing dining services guide.

GRADES

SCORE is Princeton University’s Student Course On-line Registration Engine.

Undergrads and Grad students can use SCORE to register for the Academic year, add, swap or drop courses and to see grades.

HOUSING

Contact: Undergraduate Housing

Undergraduate housing information guide.
Graduate School housing.

KEYS

Sheryl Robas, Room 110

Undergraduate Students - First see Sheryl Robas (Room 110) give her a $15.00 deposit (cash only) fill out the waiver, then see Bob Koenigsmark  and let Bob know what keys are needed.

Key request form (PDF)

Graduate Students - Building Key / Office Key / Lab Key. No deposit necessary (PDF)

LIBRARY

The Geosciences Library is currently located in the B-Level of Fine Hall directly across Washington Road from Guyot Hall, where it is part of the new Peter B. Lewis Library  258-6004 or email lewislib@princeton.edu.

PARKING

Undergraduate

Becauce of limited parking, Freshmen are not allowed to park on campus. Any student’s vehicle parked on campus, must be registered with the TigerCard/Parking office, even if overnight parking is not needed. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors may purchase an overnight parking permit for lot 23 ONLY. Lot 23 is off Elm Drive, as you turn into campus from Faculty Road. see map:Parking Map (PDF) Overnight permits may be purchased online: http://web.princeton.edu/sites/tigercard/_parking/registration.html. The fee will be charged to your student account.http://web.princeton.edu/sites/tigercard/_parking/fees.html

Graduate

A valid GC decal for Lot 19 see map:Parking Map (PDF) must be displayed for overnight parking (2:00 am to 8:00 am). Permits may be purchased online http://web.princeton.edu/sites/tigercard/_parking/registration.html. The fee will be charged to your student account.http://web.princeton.edu/sites/tigercard/_parking/fees.html

TELEPHONE

UTALK (Student International dialing for Less)

Utalk is a prepaid domestic and international calling service. The service enables all members of the university community to place low-cost calls from a residence, mobile phone, any off-campus phone throughout the continental United States, and from 16 countries.

VSRC Visiting Student Research Collaborator

Application and Approval Procedures
Applicants must be accompanied by the following:
 
(1)  a concise description of the research collaboration from the Princeton faculty member or advisor, initialed or co-signed by the sponsoring faculty member’s departmental chair

(2)  a letter of support from the visiting student’s advisor or sponsoring faculty member at the home institution; (a) addressing the value of the research exchange visit to the student's work and/or to the larger collaboration, and (b) indicating the applicant's status as an enrolled graduate student

(3)  a research contract account number to be charged for remaining tuition and/or stipend, if applicable (note that cost-sharing is not permitted in these cases).

These documents are to be submitted with the application to the Graduate Admission Office, One Clio Hall. They will transmit them to the various Graduate School deans, and will track the approval process through to completion. Admission will be made formally through the Graduate Admission Office. The Office of Visa Services will be responsible for processing the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services documentation in the same manner as regular degree candidates. Those who are non-U.S. citizens must have a valid I-20 or, in the case of J-1 visa holders, a valid DS-2019 issued by the Office of Visa Services, prior to their arrival in this country.

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