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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Fighting Racial Inequity

Princeton University is committed to using its scholarly, administrative and community resources to help create a more racially just and equal society.  Learn more about our plans and activities on our racial equity website.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion @ Princeton

Offices across campus are committed to ensuring a diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and working environment at Princeton.  Get to know DEI @PU (.pdf)

 

Campus offices representing diversity, equity, and inclusion work

 

 

 

Featured News

Princeton will name campus arch for Kentaro Ikeda ’44

Princeton’s Board of Trustees has approved naming a campus archway for Kentaro Ikeda, a member of the Class of 1944 and the University’s sole Japanese student during World War II. The archway in Lockhart Hall will be called Ikeda Arch effective Oct. 4. Ikeda died at 92 in November 2011.


News

Princeton will name campus arch for Kentaro Ikeda ’44

Princeton’s Board of Trustees has approved naming a campus archway for Kentaro Ikeda, a member of the Class of 1944 and the University’s sole Japanese student during World War II. The archway in Lockhart Hall will be called Ikeda Arch effective Oct. 4. Ikeda died at 92 in November 2011.

Princeton unveils portrait of basketball and political great Bill Bradley ’65

Princeton University unveiled a portrait of alumnus William W. “Bill” Bradley, Class of 1965, at a ceremony held Friday, Sept. 9, in Robertson Hall.

Bradley’s portrait, an oil on canvas, was commissioned by Princeton upon the recommendation of the Portraiture Nominations Committee, which was convened in 2017.

Princeton will enhance its groundbreaking financial aid program

Most families earning up to $100,000 a year will pay nothing, and many families with income above $100,000 will receive additional aid, including those at higher income levels with multiple children in college. A majority of the additional scholarship funding will benefit families earning less than $150,000, and the University’s highest-need…

Events

Live Music Meditation: Jess Gillam, Saxophone
Wed, Oct 26, 2022, 12:30 pm1:30 pm

Breathe in sound and silence through guided meditation as you listen to music more viscerally than ever before, meditating to the playing of saxophonist Jess Gillam, guided by Matthew Weiner, Associate Dean in the Princeton University Office of Religious Life. This is a FREE, unticketed opportunity to indulge in attentive, focused, and mindful…

Live Music Meditation: Fred Hersch, Piano
Thu, Feb 9, 2023, 12:30 pm1:30 pm

Breathe in sound and silence through guided meditation as you listen to music more viscerally than ever before, meditating to the playing of jazz pianist Fred Hersch, guided by Matthew Weiner, Associate Dean in the Princeton University Office of Religious Life. This is a FREE, unticketed opportunity to indulge in attentive, focused, and mindful…