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 2016 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.
Princeton Farmers Market has moved to the Dinky parking lot, situated just south of campus in front of the Wawa. This location, which is significantly closer to the University compared to its previous site of operation on Franklin Avenue, has increased access to produce and other products for the University community.
Middlesex College will become the fourth school to join Princeton University’s Community College Teaching Partnership. Representatives of Middlesex and Princeton met Sept. 22 to sign an agreement formalizing the relationship.
Thirty people from 11 countries took the Oath of Allegiance to become naturalized citizens of the United States in a weekend ceremony on campus that celebrated the diversity, freedom and opportunities that abound in a nation where, the keynote speaker said, “there is always hope.”
Princeton University unveiled a portrait of alumnus William W. “Bill” Bradley, Class of 1965, at a ceremony held Friday, Sept. 9, in Robertson Hall.
Princeton University will enhance its groundbreaking financial aid program, providing even more generous support to undergraduates and their families as it works to attract talented students from all backgrounds.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber officially welcomed the Class of 2026 to Princeton during Opening Exercises on Sunday, Sept. 4, and encouraged first-years to be fully present during their time as Princeton students.
Starting on Saturday, Sept. 3, the University will provide students on the unlimited meal plan with $150 worth of dining points each semester for purchasing food and non-alcoholic beverages at various on- and off-campus locations.
Signage has been installed along Witherspoon Street in the first phase of the “Making Witherspoon” initiative, a collaboration of the Municipality of Princeton Engineering Department and the Princeton University Office of Community and Regional Affairs, Office of Communications, and Facilities Organization. The “Making Witherspoon” initiative is a complement to the “Pop Into Princeton” marketing effort of the Princeton Merchants Association.
What does it mean to get to know a place? For Princeton University students engaging in summer service internships in the Mercer County, NJ and Philadelphia areas, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement offered a unique opportunity to learn more about the places where they were living and working over the summer.