Princeton's campus centers are student-focused spaces that support the cultural dimensions of the Princeton experience. Robust programming throughout the year also serves to engage faculty, staff and members of the community on wide-ranging issues. In addition, there are a number of administrative offices that connect campus community members to programming, services, and support.
The Campus Life Office of Diversity & Inclusion engages undergraduate and graduate students, provides targeted support to affinity groups and serve the broader campus community around areas of identity, inclusion, and equity through education, collaboration, community advising, and university-wide programming.
The Fields Center works to empower, engage, and educate individuals and institutions within the University community to develop, implement and support systems of inclusion.
Whether just starting to consider college options, making your way through undergraduate study, or trying to navigate life after graduation the Princeton College Opportunity & Success Initiative has information useful to supporting your endeavors.
The Office of Community and Regional Affairs coordinates numerous special events and workshops enjoyed by campus and community members throughout the year. In addition, the office partners with campus and community organizations to facilitate service opportunities and initiatives for students, faculty and staff.
The Davis International Center offers specialized support for international students and scholars including resources to help you adjust to your life at Princeton. The team of dedicated advisors can assist you with questions about your immigration status and your practical adjustment to the United States. Through programs and events, you will have an opportunity to develop social connections and gather information that will help you as you settle into the U.S. culture.
Princeton University is committed to providing each graduate student with resources necessary to achieve the highest levels of distinction in their research. The mission of the Diversity and Inclusion team in the Graduate School is to develop and expand innovative programs and initiatives that support and enrich the experience of prospective and current students from diverse backgrounds.
The Center aims to facilitate conversations on gender and sexuality, provide training, education, and resources for the Princeton community at-large with a primary focus on the student experience. We work to create a more inclusive campus for transgender, women, two-spirit, femme, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex, asexual, pansexual, and the vast expanses of the a/sexual, a/gender, and a/romantic communities of Princeton.
Princeton University is committed to ensuring equal access to its curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities. Offering a range of services, the Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable accommodations to support our students with disabilities. The Office also serves as a resource to the many University administrative units and academic departments that have responsibility for or obligations to accommodate faculty, staff and campus visitors with disabilities.
The Pace Center works to ignite the idea that service is most powerful when viewed less as an activity or box to check, and more as a guiding lens to shape decision-making and pursue a meaningful life.
One of the great resources at Princeton is the presence and vitality of so many religious traditions. The campus denominational chaplaincies and student groups attend to the spiritual needs of students, staff, faculty, families, alumni, and friends through many opportunities for ritual observance, spiritual counseling, and engaging programming.