Princeton's pioneering financial aid program allows students from all backgrounds and from all around the world to pursue their aspirations without being encumbered by debt.
Shaina Watrous ’14 deferred her enrollment to Princeton for a year to engage in public service through the Bridge Year Program. She served with Guria Sansthan, an NGO working to combat human trafficking.
Meet Princetonians who embodied the Aspire campaign's goal to make the world a better place in this series of video portraits.
Black alumni from different generations and current students speak about the black Princeton experience and change through the decades.
The Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) bridges the social, cultural, and academic gaps that stand between intellectually gifted high school students from low-income backgrounds and selective institutions of higher education.
Students involved with the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education speak about their research projects, which range from building autonomous robotic vehicles to exploring new cancer treatments.