Paulita Lara Mejia, Class of 2018
Students in the News
New engineering and environmental studies facilities will support innovative research that benefits society .
The University plans to build a new home for Environmental Studies (ES) and the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). The four buildings will create a new ES + SEAS neighborhood carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape with strong connections to outdoor spaces.
New Princeton partnership pairs students with mentors to tackle complex climate challenges .
Princeton University’s Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment and the High Meadows Environmental Institute pair students and researchers to work on solutions to today’s most-pressing environmental issues.
Princeton’s Class of 2025 arrives from around the globe, embracing increased numbers of first-gen and lower-income students .
Princeton University has welcomed the Class of 2025 to campus with students coming from all 50 states — plus Washington, D. C., Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands — and 58 different countries. Eighteen percent are first-generation college students, 22% are lower-income students eligible for federal Pell grants and 62% qualify for financial aid.