When the University is developing programs that may have an impact on the surrounding area, it strives to include the community in an open, engaged way. The community can follow some projects, such as the updating of the campus plan and the creation of a new arts and transit neighborhood, on related websites, while also checking the University websites below for news and information on other matters.
- The 2026 Princeton University Campus Plan, a multi-year planning effort that will guide the evolution of the campus from 2016 through 2026 and beyond.
- The 2023 Strategic Planning Framework that identifies key goals and major priorities for the University and that will serve as a guide for allocating University resources and prioritizing new initiatives.
- The Facilities organization provides information about current construction projects that are underway on campus.
- The annual Princeton Profile, provides a wide-array of facts, figures and useful information about Princeton University.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber officially greeted the Class of 2027 during Opening Exercises on Sunday, Sept. 3, urging first-years to embrace the learning and growth that await them as Princeton undergraduates.
To better help the campus community and visitors navigate Princeton’s growing campus, a new, interactive map app has been launched with the start of the academic year.
For the seventh year, the Office of Community and Regional Affairs partnered with W.B. Mason to offer Princeton University employees the opportunity to purchase a backpack kit, which included binders, notebooks, pens, crayons and tissues for the annual Princeton Human Services’ School Supplies Drive to benefit economically disadvantaged…
This summer, Princeton University partnered with the Princeton Human Services Summer Youth Employment Program and Mill Hill Mayor’s Youth Workforce and Career Training Program to provide internship placements on campus for youth participating in their respective summer employment programs. Six students from Trenton and Princeton had the…
Over 360 first-generation college and lower-income (FLi) students from across the state, the country and the world benefited from four programs hosted this summer by Princeton’s Emma Bloomberg Center for Access and Opportunity
The following statement by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber was shared in an email to the University community on June 29, 2023.
From a playful adaptation of a classic Jane Austen novel to an apocalyptic musical to an irreverent dark comedy, Princeton Summer Theater invites audiences to delve into worlds of imagination — and reimagination this year. The season includes three main-stage shows, a workshop reading of a new musical written by Princeton (and Princeton Summer Theater) alumni, as well as the return of the beloved original children’s programming. Performances run June 15-July 30 in Hamilton Murray Theater on the Princeton University campus.
The Board of Trustees has reaffirmed the strategic planning framework guiding Princeton’s core commitments in teaching and research, while also identifying additional priorities to inform University decision-making in the years ahead. The updated framework is available on the strategic planning webpage.
Princeton University Reunions, which will get underway later this week, call to mind images of colorful, high-spirited gatherings — eating, drinking, dancing, and marching in the P-rade.