On Campus

 

Student-led Campus Tour and Information Session

Join us for an in-person admission information session and/or a student-led tour of our beautiful 600-acre campus. Our Admission Information Center is located at 36 University Place (adjacent to the University Store).  

On weekdays, we offer in-person Admission Information Session and a student-led campus tour. Weekend visitors will have the opportunity to register for a student-led tour. Your tour guides will share their Princeton experience with you as you stroll through the heart of the University and learn more about our history, traditions and academic programs. Registration is required and space is limited. Full details provided via email after you register.

 

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Self-guided Tour

Take a self-guided campus tour via your smartphone.

Download Adora, an app created by Princeton students, and explore campus from your fingertips. Text Princeton to 58052 to start exploring campus.

 

Take a Self-guided Tour

 

Group Tours

Explore campus with your high school or community-based organization.

High school groups and community-based organizations looking to bring up to 50 students (grades 9-12) on a campus tour can request a guided group tour. All visits are subject to approval.

 

Request a Guided Group Tour

 

At Home

 

 

Live Virtual Information Session With an Admission Officer

We invite you to join us in one of our upcoming Virtual Information Sessions conducted via Zoom Webinar. The session will be hosted live by an Admission Officer and will include an overview of the University, our admission process and Princeton’s generous financial aid. Learn more about our campus through this virtual experience.

 

Join Us for a Session

 

Tiger Walks 

Can't make it to campus for an Orange Key tour? We've got you covered. Our Orange Key guides will live stream their official tour of campus via a Zoom webinar. You can ask questions in the chat and have them answered live by your knowledgeable guide. Enjoy the panoramic views and student stories from the comfort of your home. Registration is required.

 

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Tiger Talks

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. We recommend that juniors and seniors in high school take advantage of this opportunity to meet and learn from our student ambassadors. Tiger Talks will be conducted via Zoom meeting and will allow for a maximum of 20 registrants. 

 

Talk With Current Students

 

Virtual Tour

Explore campus from your desktop or smartphone.

Our 23-stop tour, led by Princeton undergraduates, highlights academic buildings, athletic complexes and many student support services. The tour is available in four languages. 

 

Take a Virtual Tour

 

Listen

Have Zoom fatigue? Can only spare a few minutes? Listen to a 15-minute Admission Information Session, led by an Admission Officer, while walking, driving or just passing the time!

 

Princeton Admission Information Session Transcript July 25 2022.pdf

 

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Princeton Near You

Throughout the year, admission officers from Princeton host a series of virtual and in-person informational sessions around the world for prospective students and their families.

 

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Stay Connected

Follow us @Apply.Princeton for information about upcoming programs, student takeovers, special announcements and more. 

 

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Read and Review

Choose from a selection of our digital admission publications.

More information about academics, campus life and financial aid is available in our many digital publications, which are available for download. Please note: The downloadable PDFs are 508 compliant.

 

Download Publications

 

 

Land Acknowledgment

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.

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Land Acknowledgment

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.

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Getting to Campus

Princeton is located between New York City and Philadelphia, and is easy to reach by public transportation or by car.

Explore Campus

Getting to Campus

Princeton is located between New York City and Philadelphia, and is easy to reach by public transportation or by car.

Explore Campus