Alumni who share common backgrounds can maintain their ties to the University through affiliated groups.
Supported by the Alumni Council, a number of affiliated alumni conferences have been hosted in recent years.
The mission of the Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P) is to support the community of Princeton alumni in advancing Asian-American and Asian issues in student life, University affairs, personal and professional development, and community service.
The mission of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni is to strengthen the relationships among all African Americans within the Princeton University community through networking and mentoring to promote a stronger sense of community and mutual support. And to strengthen the relationship between African American Princetonians and the University community by making the University’s resources more accessible and by making the resources of African American Princetonians more accessible to the University community.
ALPA supports Latino Princeton alumni through networking, mentoring and mutual support by advancing Latino issues in University affairs, personal and professional development, and public service.
The Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA) connects and supports Princeton graduate alumni in scholarship, fellowship and leadership, in the Nation's service and the service of humanity.
The mission of the Native Alumni of Princeton (NAP) is to support and strengthen the community of Princeton Native alumni, both with each other and with the University, by providing opportunities for connection and engagement, stimulating discussions and programs, personal and professional development, community service, and serving as a thought leader in Native initiatives.
Through activities both on and off campus, The Fund for Reunion/Princeton BTGALA Inc., is devoted to improving the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people at Princeton University and to strengthening their ties as alumni with each other and with the University.
Princeton Veterans Alumni Association (PVETS) is comprised of members of the Princeton community, including alumni, students, faculty and staff, who have served, are currently serving, or are in training for service in the Armed Forces of the United States or its allies, and their supporters and family.
The Princeton Women's Network (PWN) gathers together alumnae and non-binary alumni in regional associations around the world. PWN members create communities through grassroots efforts and activities focused on shared interests and issues including social and professional networking; personal and professional development; mentoring of alumnae and non-binary alumni and students; cultural activities, social events, service projects and friendship.