Peter Trent ’54 has more in common with today’s students than a penchant for orange and black. The scholarship he created allows him to extend a helping hand to an undergraduate each year -- just as one was extended to him.
Remembrance is important to Herb Hobler '44. It led him to create two charitable remainder unitrusts at the University. “I want my name remembered at Princeton, which I strongly support with a belief and faith carried on by an annual gift,” he said.
The head coaching position for Princeton’s men’s golf team will be named in honor of J. Stuart Francis ’74, one of the most accomplished golfers in the University's history.
For more than a millennium, the traditional teaching model of universities -- a lecturer, a select group of students, a text -- remained unchanged. Until now. Online courses are turning the whole world into a campus, creating new ways of teaching and learning. Princeton historian Jeremy Adelman is one of the University’s first faculty members to embrace the global classroom.
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.