Admission & Aid

Read an overview about admission and aid at Princeton.

link to Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admission & Aid
Visit the Undergraduate Admission & Aid website for information about Princeton University's undergraduate programs.
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link to Undergraduate Aid

Financial Aid for Undergraduate Applicants
Visit the financial aid section of the Undergraduate Admission & Aid website for information about financial aid for undergraduate applicants.
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financial aid for current students

Financial Aid for Current Undergraduates
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link to Graduate Admissions

Graduate School Admission
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Admission & Aid: Overview

Recognized globally for academic excellence, Princeton University is a vibrant community of scholarship and learning. Princeton provides an academic and social setting where students quickly can become active members of the campus community. From the first day of class to Commencement, the opportunities for personal growth are countless.

Today, more than 850 full-time faculty members, who are leaders in their respective disciplines, instruct Princeton's approximately 5,200 undergraduate students and 2,600 graduate students. Princeton also serves as a leader in ensuring admitted students can afford college; it has one of the strongest need-based financial aid programs in the country and was the first university to replace loans with grants in aid packages.