In lieu of our traditional on-campus tour and information session, we are offering virtual opportunities to "visit" campus -- right from your computer or smartphone. For students applying to Princeton's Class of 2025 (fall 2021 entry), please see our COVID-19 Update for changes to the 2020-21 application cycle. Per University policy, we are not welcoming prospective students, families, guests to campus until further notice and for fall 2020. Please check back for updates.
TIGER TALKS: Connect With Current Princeton Students (Parent/Guardian-Free)
Looking to connect with current Princeton students for a casual conversation about life on campus and the Princeton experience? Our Tiger Talks are for you! This is a parent/guardian-free, counselor-free, admission-officer-free space, and we recommend that juniors and seniors in high school take advantage of this opportunity to speak candidly with our student ambassadors. Tiger Talks will be conducted via Zoom meetings. Available for a limited time only, register today!
Princeton in Focus: Looking to learn more about Princeton Engineering, the Keller Center, or the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs?
Interested in hearing more about resources available to Princeton undergraduate students? On Oct. 12, 20, 27 and Nov. 10 from 7- 8 p.m. ET, we invite you to join us for our new webinar series, Princeton in Focus. These webinars are your chance to dive deeper into these areas and learn more about what Princeton has to offer.
Live Information Session with an Admission Officer and Current Student
We invite you to join us in one of our upcoming Virtual Information Sessions which we will conduct on Zoom Webinars throughout the year. The session includes: An overview of the University; our admission process; Princeton's generous financial aid program and the student experience, as shared by a current student who is member of the Orange Key Tours Service. Learn more about our campus through this virtual experience.
The land on which the University stands is part of the ancient homeland and unceded traditional territory of the Lenape people. We pay respect to Lenape peoples, past, present, and future and their continuing presence in the homeland and throughout the Lenape diaspora. Learn more.