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One Community

Tigers of All Stripes

Connect with your fellow students and alumni across shared interests and differences, from your faith and values to your cultural identity and favorite sports.

Lifelong Connections

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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.

Arts & Culture

At Princeton, the arts shine across campus. Let your imagination soar, explore and create.

Art Hx | A Conversation with the Curators of Designing Motherhood

Oct 25
4:30 p.m.
Speakers: Michelle Millar Fisher and Amber Winick, Designing Motherhood This is a public virtual event. Please click on the Event Details link to register and…

Artful (Re)working: Pictures of Labor in Eighteenth-Century Japan

Oct 28
4:30 p.m.
Speaker: Prof. Chelsea Foxwell, University of Chicago Cosponsors:  Department of Art and Archaeology and Tang Center for East Asian Art This is a public…

Art Making | Pastels: Exploring Color in Pastel

Oct 28
8:00 p.m.
The Art Museum is partnering with the Arts Council of Princeton to provide free online pastel drawing classes. Weekly classes are taught by artist-instructor…

Athletics

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.

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    Community Action participants work at the Farminary program in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. 

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    Princeton students volunteer with Habitat for Humanity during Community Action.

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    Princeton students share what they're learning about political theory with students at the STEM to Civics Charter School in Ewing, New Jersey.

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.

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  • Photo of students and families moving into dorm room
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  • Photo of Parents congratulating their daughter at Commencement with a kiss

Families

When a student enrolls at Princeton, their family becomes part of our community too. Families can take part in campus activities and in alumni programs across the globe.