Resources for Students
Princeton University offers advanced degrees spanning the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. The Graduate School focuses on and sustains excellence in doctoral education across all these disciplines: humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering, and master’s degree programs in the fields of architecture, engineering, finance, public affairs, and public policy. The Graduate School supports graduate students academically and financially, provides health and wellness support, offers opportunities to connect and engage with the University community through a variety of social and community-building events, augments the academic program with professional development activities, and guides students through the degree completion process. The Graduate School also manages the admission process for all graduate students applying to Princeton University.
The Office of the Registrar provides academic and enrollment services in support of Princeton's diverse academic community. The Office is the steward of student academic records. The Office coordinates services in the areas of course information, course offering and selection, grading, concentration declaration, degree progress, classroom assignment, certification of enrollment and degrees awarded, administration of final examinations, and protection and release of academic records.
Graduate Students can take advantage of the vast array of resources available to them from assistance in helping students assess skills, interests, values and experiences while exploring options to CV or resume writing, interview coaching, networking opportunities, and various programs and workshops to augment services provide by other areas of the resources that will further assist in career opportunities. Students will continue to be supported once they enter alumni status as well.
The Davis International Center is the designated campus center that offers specialized support for international students and scholars at Princeton University in including resources to help students adjust to life at Princeton. Their team of advisors can assisted with questions about immigration status, visa information, social security and taxes. Davis offers a broad array of programs and events that are designed to help international students and scholars develop social connections and adjust to U.S. culture, English language, and the University community.
UHS offers medical services, counseling & psychological services, health promotion & prevention services for students. For questions about records, immunizations, and student health insurance, including the student health, dental, and vision plans, UHS is also the point-of-contact for students.
Public Safety is the primary department at Princeton University for creating a safe and secure environment for all students, faculty, staff, and many visitors. Public Safety provides building access and event security, emergency preparedness resources and notifications, and campus vehicle registration and parking information, and other community-related safety and access issues.