YouthCampus

Welcome to YouthCampus, Princeton University’s listing of community youth programming.

The University offers a variety of quality programs in the arts, sciences, literacy, and more for ages pre-K to high school. Be amazed by a faculty science lecture, explore the University’s green spaces, listen to a children’s concert, or come and relax in the gallery of our children’s library. There’s plenty for families to do at Princeton University.

Join our mailing list and receive e-alerts about upcoming programs. Simply e-mail youthcampus@princeton.edu to add yourself to the list. Like us on Facebook!


Cotsen Children's Library Presents: A New Virtual Escape Room

gold coins

The Search for Gold: A Treasure Island Virtual Escape Room
Avast mateys! The Cotsen Children’s Library has designed a new virtual escape room, and adventure awaits! It begins with a discovery in the attic, and where does it lead? TREASURE me hearties! Embark on your journey here: https://sites.google.com/view/thesearchforgoldtreasure/home

Questions?
Dana Sheridan
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Cotsen Children's Library
Princeton University Library
danas@princeton.edu
(609) 258-2697

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons


eReading with the Tigers

student athletes pose at a local school

Princeton Varsity Club introduces eReading with the Tigers, virtual story time with student athletes. Join our tigers online as they continue PVC's 20-year tradition of reading their favorite children's books to local students. Find out more at goprincetontigers.com.


Resources for Virtual Learning

Kid looks at printed map
Princeton University Library complied a list of resources for students of all ages and their parents. View the PDF of virtual resources


Coloring Book

Coloring book

Download this free coloring book of Princeton University landmarks. Illustrations by Laura Ann Elbogen '07. View the Coloring Book (.pdf).