Pregnancy & Childbirth

Princeton University is committed to providing access to all individuals who are experiencing pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and/or related conditions, under the terms of Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections for Nursing Mothers Act, and the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of pregnancy and/or childbirth.

The University’s compliance with applicable non-discrimination laws related to pregnancy and/or childbirth is implemented in the context of the University’s broader Policy on Discrimination and/or Harassment and its accompanying FAQs, which advise the University community of prohibited discriminatory and harassing conduct, as well as the resources and processes for addressing and resolving complaints of discrimination, harassment and related violations of University policy.

Resources for Students

For additional information for students (including information about leave policies and accommodations), see Pregnancy/Childbirth Resources for Students.

Resources for Staff and Faculty

For additional information for staff and faculty (including information about leave policies and accommodations), see Pregnancy/Childbirth Resources for Employees.

Quiet Rooms

Princeton’s Quiet Rooms offer a clean, secure, and private space to express breast milk or breastfeed and also may be used for other purposes. Individuals who would like access to a Quiet Room may review the list of Quiet Rooms, identify the most convenient space, and utilize the scheduling method associated with that space. If an individual has questions about Quiet Rooms, they may contact the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration ([email protected]). The list of Quiet Rooms in University buildings on and off campus and scheduling instructions for those spaces are available online.

Questions Relating to Pregnancy/Childbirth

If you have any questions or concerns relating to pregnancy and/or childbirth resources, please contact Randy Hubert, Director of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration ([email protected]).
 

Contact

Randy K. Hubert
Director of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration
Office Phone
Office
201 Nassau Street, Suite 21