Friendships & Memories to Last a Lifetime
Students come to the University from all over the world. By the time they leave, they are Princetonians who have learned and grown personally and intellectually, and who have developed deep bonds that keep them coming back to campus for the rest of their lives.
Most Princeton students live on campus, and they eat, study, serve, work, play, pray and relax here too. The University has many programs in place to support your interests and help you feel at home.
Arts & Culture
At Princeton, the arts shine across campus. Let your imagination soar, explore and create.
As an NCAA Division I school and a member of the Ivy League, Princeton student-athletes perform at a high-level inside and outside the classroom.
Living in Princeton, N.J.
Tree-lined streets, specialty shops, restaurants, parks and a friendly and safe atmosphere all make Princeton a wonderful place to spend time in.
Housing & Dining
Most undergraduate and graduate students live on campus, and the University offers a variety of housing and dining options.
Activities & Organizations
With more than 300 student organizations, there is something for everyone to pursue their interests outside the classroom.
Cultural & Affinity Groups
Students explore their own cultures and learn about peers’ cultures through cultural and affinity-based student centers and groups.
Health & Wellness
Princeton strives to create an environment that enhances the health and well-being of all who study and work at the University. Health and wellness services include comprehensive counseling, fitness and medical services.
Many faith communities thrive on campus. Individuals can practice and explore their faith, get spiritual counseling, and participate in interfaith activities such as meditation and civic engagement.
Serving the Public Good
Service is infused in the lives of Princetonians — students engage in service activities beginning with Orientation, faculty partner with nonprofit organizations to study a societal issue in their research or through a class, employees volunteer with local organizations, and alumni often dedicate their lives to service.