All faculty, staff, and students, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a face covering indoors in buildings occupied by the University. Exceptions to this requirement include working alone in a room or cubicle or when actively eating or drinking. Please check the University COVID Resources page for the most up-to-date information.
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.
Eisgruber, New Jersey higher education leaders urge Congress to double Pell Grants.
The Pell Grant is a federal financial aid program for college students from low- and moderate-income backgrounds. While Princeton is able to provide generous financial aid to its undergraduates, many other college students rely on federal and state aid like the Pell Grant.
Albert Raboteau, a ‘towering figure’ in African American religious history and a ‘gentle giant in the life of the mind and spirit,’ dies at 78
White House appoints Goldsmith, Pacala and two Princeton alumni to panel of science advisors
NSF awards Princeton, University of Arizona researchers $5M to model U.S. water resources using machine learning
Princeton researchers discover new strategy to encourage vaccinations and masking
Faculty experts will provide scholarly advice to inform dissociation process
Twelve scholars named Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows with aim to enhance diversity in academia
An update on Princeton’s ongoing efforts to address systemic racism.
Last summer, the University announced an initiative to address America’s record of structural inequality and racism as well as Princeton’s place in that history. Now, the University is providing an interim update on these ongoing efforts. An annual report will be released this fall.
Trustee-level ad hoc committee develops principles to govern decisions about naming, renaming and changing iconography .
The principles on naming and renaming will govern questions about when and under what circumstances it might be appropriate for the University to remove or contextualize the names and representations of individuals present on Princeton's campus.