get acquainted with the extraordinary people and departments who make up the all-embracing array of support ready and willing to serve you, Moose.
Athletics, Student-Athlete Services
Through collaboration across campus and beyond, Student-Athlete Services builds a Team around the Team to support the culture and values of Achieve, Serve, and Lead. The values are reflected in the Be A TIGER motto: to be accountable and team-oriented, to have integrity, and to be growth-minded, engaged, and respectful.
Campus Recreation engages the Princeton University community in co-curricular experiences to inspire lifelong health and well-being. We aspire to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment where Campus Rec can be the best part of your day! We aim to provide an atmosphere where FUN is valued.
Counseling Psychological Services (CPS)
At CPS we listen closely to our clients, and respond to their holistic needs—to the ‘whole person’—with understanding, patience, and kindness. We use current knowledge of health and human development to guide responsive, high quality clinical, prevention, and community-based solutions to health issues and advance a healthy campus culture in which each person is prepared to thrive and participate fully in the University’s mission of teaching, research, and public service.
Office of Disability Services
Princeton University is committed to ensuring equal access to its curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities. Are you experiencing a medical condition that requires special care? Do you just need answers to questions about what help is available to you? Learn about on-campus and off-campus resources to help you navigate medical care or meet your associated needs.
International Affairs and Operations, Global Safety and Security
Princeton is a community that welcomes and celebrates all cultures. International Affairs and Operations both advances and supports internationalization efforts across campus. Global Safety and Security is responsible for maintaining and coordinating a comprehensive response and approach to international safety for Princeton.
McGraw Learning Center
McGraw learning Center helps you take full advantage of the academic opportunities available at Princeton while also maintaining balance and taking care of yourselves. We think hard about what is new and unfamiliar to students as they transition to Princeton’s ways of teaching and testing, and we offer advice and programs that will help you master challenges and achieve success so that you truly THRIVE here.
Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) - Student Leadership & Engagement
ODUS is a valuable resource for students who want to participate in and contribute to our rich and complex university community. Become a Princeton leader! The many leadership opportunities at Princeton will allow you to hone your talents, assume responsibilities, and develop leadership skills that will impact your experiences at Princeton and beyond.
Office of Religious Life (ORL)
ORL is a Place for All. Princeton is nonsectarian, and religious life here is characterized by its depth and diversity, reflecting our community of people from around the world and their interest in seeking meaning in their lives. Along with providing spiritual counseling, the ORL will support you in the broadest kinds of exploration of religion, ethics, public policy and community well-being.
Wintersession and Campus Engagement
No homework and no grades. At Wintersession you’ll have the freedom to explore creatively, socially and intellectually through innovative sets of activities and courses. Wintersession is a two-week experience for Princeton University community members to experiment and explore through unexpected, active and intriguing non-graded learning and growth opportunities.
Gender Equity and Title IX Administration
Princeton University is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for all members of its community. Consistent with these values and applicable law, including Title IX, the Clery Act and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, the University maintains a comprehensive program designed to protect members of the University community from sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment and sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.