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stay well and stay connected to student life

hello moose!

Even when physically apart, we can still connect. This is your dedicated online space to maintain the continuity of your student life experience and to give you easy access to support services, programs, and events.

 

We look forward to learning and growing together!

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Darleny Cepin, EdD
Director of Student Life

Please schedule an appointment through Calendly. If no times there work for you, email me and we’ll find a different time.

Michael Olin, PhD

Dean

Dean Olin handles the academic support and questions of Mathey juniors and seniors, and he is the main point person for students taking time away from Princeton or returning. Please use his Calendly calendar to schedule an appointment. If no calendar appointments work with your schedule, please email Dean Olin at molin@princeton.edu with suggestions for days and times that work for you. Appointments are generally in-person but can be via Zoom as needed at https://princeton.zoom.us/my/michaelolin.

Natalia I. Córdova Sánchez, PhD

Director of Studies

Dr. Cordova handles the academic support and questions of Mathey first-year students and sophomores. To schedule an advising appointment, please use her Calendly calendar. If no calendar appointments work with your schedule, please email her at ncordova@princeton.edu with suggestions for days and times that work for you.

Gail Ivaniski

Office Coordinator

Gail Ivaniski can be contacted via email or phone.

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recent LWBW themes

A new theme weekly on wellness and personal issues aimed at maximizing your potential at Princeton and beyond

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Office Hours

Weekly study breaks, dinners and other live events

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[BHM] Learn to Write + Perform Spoken Word Workshop with Roya Marsh
Location TBA upon Registration
Feb. 10th - 7:00pm EST

Registration: BIT.LY/PUBHM22WORKSHOP. Roya Marsh is a Bronx, New York, native and a nationally recognizes poet, performer, educator, and activist. She is the co-founder of Bronx Poet Laureate. She is the Poet in Residence at Urban Word NYC and she works feverishly toward LGBTQIA justice and dismantling white supremacy. Marsh's work has been featured on NBC, BET, Button Poetry, Write About Now Poetry, Def Jam's All Def Digital, and in Poetry magazine, Flypaper Magazine, Frontier Poetry, The Village, Voice, Nylon, Huff Post, Lexus Verses and Flow, and The BreakBeat Poets Volume 2: Black Girl Magic (Haymarket 2018). Open to students, staff, and faculty.

live events this week

University-wide Virtual Activities Calendar

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