About

Many Voices, One Future is Princeton's central resource for greater diversity and inclusion. The University should be a place where everyone's perspectives are welcomed and valued, resulting in a positive future for the institution and the members of our community. We believe having a diverse community is the only way to maintain our position as a world-class university.

This effort is for all members of the campus community — faculty, staff and students of all genders, races, ethnicities, nationalities, socioeconomic status, sexual orientations, religions, disabilities, ages, beliefs and cultural backgrounds. We want to ensure fair, equal access to opportunities such as admission, jobs and promotions. We also want you to feel empowered to connect with others and help make Princeton more inclusive. The University has been working on these goals for many years, and we've created many programs to support our diversity and inclusion goals. But our campus demographics don't reflect society as well as they should, so the work will continue.

Our Commitment to Diversity

Diversity and inclusion are central to Princeton's educational mission and its desire to serve society. Members of the University community have a deep commitment to being inclusive because they know that: diverse environments are more stimulating, fairness is a core value at Princeton, and our students should live and learn in an environment reflective of society.

Demographics

Princeton aspires to be a truly diverse community in which individuals of every gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status can flourish equally. These demographic data represent a snapshot of the composition of our campus community.

Our Staff

Michele Minter

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  • Vice Provost for Instituional Equity and Diversity
  • Title IX Coordinator
  • ADA/Section 504 Coordinator

Cheri Burgess

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  • Director for Institutional Equity and Equal Employment Opportunity