Global Crisis Response
This site provides a place in which the University community can share and find resources and information about campus and University-sponsored response efforts for international disaster relief. Submit information and event details (e-mail) to Beth Zawodniak, assistant to the vice provost for international initiatives, for inclusion in this section.
Counseling & Support
International crisis response groups agree that the most effective way of helping the victims of natural disasters is through financial contributions.
Students may raise funds for humanitarian causes based on existing policies. Undergraduate fundraising is overseen and supported by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students in collaboration with other offices, including the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. Graduate student fundraising is overseen and supported by the Graduate School.
The Office of Religious Life (ORL) may also collect donations for humanitarian relief. Individuals can give to ORL and the funds will be forwarded to a designated charity.
Staff and faculty are not permitted to solicit and/or collect donations on campus or in University-related contexts for any cause.
Princeton does not fund or sponsor student travel to countries on the U.S. Department of State travel warning list. View more travel safety information.