Inclusive Princeton

Our commitment to the campus community is to bring renewed energy to structural change that makes Princeton more demographically diverse, more inclusive and accessible, more accountable, and more self-aware. We pledge to bring all our resources to this sustained challenge – including funding, expertise, policies and best practices, advocacy, training, data, and collaboration.

We will continue to do everything that we can to protect our campus community from manifestations of bias, discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct.

We will do our work in collaboration with you, our campus community. We would like to hear from you.  Connect with us - your input, feedback, and personal experiences are essential.

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Community Resources regarding Israel and Gaza

At a university, events like the Israel-Hamas war can magnify differences in opinion, perspectives, and deeply held beliefs. Princeton is committed to using its scholarly, administrative and community resources to educate and support the campus community in times of stress and division.  Visit Community Resources regarding Israel and Gaza to access learning and professional development opportunities, reference materials such as campus statements and academic programs.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion report highlights ways Princeton builds community, supports success and belonging

Princeton has released its third annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion report, which shares the important work of students, faculty, staff and alumni to build community and support success and belonging at the University.


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Portrait of celebrated actor and director José Ferrer, Class of 1933, unveiled

A portrait of the pathbreaking actor and director José Ferrer, a member of Princeton University’s Class of 1933, was unveiled on campus May 9 in a ceremony in Chancellor Green Rotunda.

Dean Jarrett’s selections for Black History Month, plus University events for learning and discovery

Dean of the Faculty Gene Jarrett, the William S. Tod Professor of English and a 1997 Princeton graduate, offers reflections and insights on Black History Month, along with recommended readings and film.

Diversity, equity and inclusion report highlights ways Princeton builds community, supports success and belonging

Princeton has released its third annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion report, which shares the important work of students, faculty, staff and alumni to build community and support success and belonging at the University.