Have you always wanted to contribute to orientation week? Do you have big ideas for social events? Are you interested in welcoming the newest members of the Princeton community?
Princeton Student Orientation Leaders is a new student group advised by ODUS that will play an integral role in the updated orientation calendar and the freshman social experience. As an Orientation Leader, you will enjoy:
planning events for the freshman class over O
The Class of 2016 is thrilled to host Itzhak and Toby Perlman on campus at Richardson Auditorium on Tuesday, February 9th. The Perlmans will be interviewed by class treasurer, Richard Lu '16. Following the interview, the audience will be given an opportunity to ask questions (preference given to students, please). This is the inaugural event of the 2016 Last Lecture Series.
Ticket Distribution Information
Princeton University Class of 2016 student distribution begins Monday, Feb
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Learn more about the Halftime Sophomore Retreat during Intersession 2016: http://www.princeton.edu/odus/activities/initiatives/halftime/
Our colleagues in the Office of Development have provided guidelines, best practices, and procedures for student organization fundraising. Please take a look at the document linked below.
Student Organization Fundraising Guidelines
If you have questions about any of the information contained therein, please contact:
Lori Fitzgerald, Office of Development (email@example.com)
Deputy Dean Tom Dunne, ODUS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jeanne R. Laymon '11, ODUS (jlaymon@
Free and open to all!
Join us in Palmer Square for a night of music and festive fun!
Featuring performances by Acapellago, the Juggling Club, the Katzenjammers, Kindred Spirit, the Nassoons, the Footnotes, Princeton University Ballet, the Princeton University Rock Ensemble, Shere Khan, Sympoh, the Tigerlilies, the Tigertones, and the Tigressions.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a new toy for donation to the YWCA Princeton St. Nicholas Project. JaZam's Toy Store is collecting toys now th
The Carl A. Fields Center, LGBT Center, and Women*s Center Present:
"Ain't I a Woman: My Journey to Womanhood" featuring Laverne Cox
Followed by a Conversation with Dean of the College, Jill Dolan
Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 7:30pm
Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall
Ticket distribution for Princeton University students will begin at 11am on Tuesday, November 10, at the University Ticketing Office in the Frist Campus Center. The distribu
Alumnus Brandon Nicholson '05 will be back on campus this Thursday to discuss post-Princeton life, his foundation (the Hidden Genius Project hiddengeniusproject.org) and his commitment to connecting young black men to entrepreneurship and technology.
Join us (and Brandon!) at 4:30pm in Betts Auditorium.
Enjoy the Fields Center's extended hours:
Monday through Friday, the building will be open from 7:00am to 11:00pm. You will also be able to access the building every day until 2:00am with your prox.
Welcome back to campus! It’s been over three months since your last student organization event and we know you are itching to plan an event as soon as possible. Here are some important things to remember:
Make sure your group has enough money to host an event by having your treasurer check the balance in the Information Warehouse.
If you don’t have money, fear not! The Projects Board will start meeting on September 17th. Go to the S.A.F
Eight students have been named winners of the 2015 Spirit of Princeton Award, honoring Princeton University undergraduates for positive contributions to campus life. The award recognizes those who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the undergraduate experience through dedicated efforts in student organizations, athletics, community service, religious life, residential life and the arts.