Princeton undergraduate Kevin Chang dies in Michigan

April 29, 2021 3:05 p.m.

Kevin Chang, a member of the Class of 2023, died Wednesday, April 28, in Michigan. He was 19 years old.

Chang was from Troy, Michigan, and a graduate of Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills, Michigan. At Princeton, he was a chemical and biological engineering major who was also pursuing a certificate in environmental studies. He is survived by his father David Jo Kung Chang, a 1989 Princeton graduate, and his mother May Yen Chang.

The University has extended condolences to the family and is hosting opportunities for students to gather and reflect.

A full obituary, information about services to be held in Michigan and virtually on Friday, May 7, and a virtual tribute wall are available online.

Resources and support are available to all University students. Students can contact campus Counseling and Psychological Services at 609-258-3141, the Office of Religious Life and residential college staff.