The beauty of the Princeton campus is legendary, thanks in part to the many walkways, benches, and sculptures that dot the carefully tended landscape. Many of these distinctive elements were made possible by the generosity of thoughtful donors who wanted to make a mark on the campus they love.
Members of Princeton's class of 1967 are honoring the spirit and loyalty of their class by giving the University a new dormitory: the Class of 1967 Hall in Butler College.
Nine projects contributing to the University’s new Sustainability Plan will go forward with the help of a gift from the High Meadows Foundation, cofounded by Princeton trustee Carl Ferenbach III ’64 and his wife, Judy W. Ferenbach.
Princeton University is making changes to enhance two important elements of campus life, the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding (formerly the Third World Center) and Community House.
Princeton's campus has been evolving to meet the changing needs of the University community. The next phase of its evolution is described in a new campus plan.
A gift of $5 million from Jane and Mark Wilf ’84 will fund the construction of Wilf Hall, a new dormitory in Butler College, and establish the Jane and Mark Wilf ’84 and Wilf Family Fund for Jewish Life, to support programming in the Center for Jewish Life (CJL).
The University marked the opening of Whitman College with a public lecture by design architect Demetri Porphyrios followed by a dedication ceremony for the campus community.
Kathryn Wasserman Davis and her son, Shelby M. C. Davis '58 have made a $5 million gift that will provide ongoing support for Princeton’s International Center and allow it to expand and enhance its activities.