Community service is a passion for many of our students and is a central part of their Princeton experience. The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is the hub for experiential service opportunities on and off campus, through such groups as the Student Volunteers Council and Community House. At the Pace Center, students learn how to serve and how to learn from service, in addition to having a positive impact on the individuals and communities with whom they work. Eighty-nine percent of students say service helps them feel like they belong at Princeton.

Campus centers also bring students together for fun and learning. You could meet friends at the social facility Campus Club; attend a discussion at the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding; find supportive environments at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Center and the Women*s Center; or take advantage of resources for international students at the Davis International Center.

The Office of Disability Services offers a range of services to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to Princeton's academic and extracurricular opportunities. McCosh Health Center, which is home to University Health Services, is a fully accredited health care facility that provides quality medical, mental health and wellness services to the University community. 

University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Your safety is important to Princeton University.  In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”), all prospective and current employees and students are invited to read the University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report at: .  The Report, available online at , outlines the University’s safety and security policies, crime prevention efforts, fire safety information, and statistics on certain crimes.  A paper copy is available upon request at the Department of Public Safety, 200 Elm Drive, at the Communications Center window.