These accounts represent Princeton University on social media. Find the ones that match your interests and have fun exploring!
Since 1746, a vibrant community of learning that endeavors to fulfill its informal motto, "in the nation's service and the service of humanity."
Princeton University enrolls a diverse freshman class of about 1,300 students every year. Our need-based financial aid program is recognized as one of the most generous in the country, making it possible for students to graduate without debt.
The Alumni Association of Princeton University works to connect Princeton alumni with the University and each other in mutually beneficial ways.
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment supports a vibrant and expanding program of research and teaching in the areas of sustainable energy development, energy efficiency, and environmental protection and remediation related to energy.
Arts at Princeton
Princeton University art & culture curated by arts and humanities writer Jamie Saxon.
Connect with Princeton Athletics, teams, coaches and offices on social media.
Bendheim Center for Finance
An interdisciplinary center for excellence in research on finance and economics.
Center for Career Development
Princeton University Center for Career Development helps all undergraduate and graduate students of all years to identify their interests and strengths, explore a diverse range of opportunities to build experience and clarity about their goals, and empower them to pursue paths they find personally meaningful.
Princeton has been at the forefront of computing since Alan Turing, Alonzo Church and John von Neumann were among its residents.
Council on Science and technology
The CST serves the University by catalyzing and supporting intellectual exchange, interdisciplinary research, excellent courses, and multidisciplinary collaboration that broaden participation in and appreciation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Davis International Center
The Davis International Center advances cross-cultural understanding and interaction between U.S. and international students and scholars and promotes cultural competency across the University.
Department of African American Studies
The Center for African American Studies at Princeton University provides a space for innovative teaching and research about African-descended people.
Department of Anthropology
The Princeton University Department of Anthropology is interested in the comparative study of cultures, their interplay and relation to the past.
Department of Art and Archaeology
The Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University has long been a leading center for the study of art, architecture, and archaeology.
Department of Chemistry
The Department of Chemistry is a vital, expanding hub of scientific inquiry with deep historic roots and a ready grasp on the future.
Department of Economics
The Department of Economics includes Bendheim Center for Finance; The Benjamin H. Griswold III, Class of 1933, Center for Economic Policy Studies; The Gregory C. Chow Econometric Research Program; Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance; Center for Health and Wellbeing; William S. Dietrich II Economic Theory Center; Industrial Relations Section; International Economics Section; Office of Population Research; Political Economy Program; Princeton Experimental Laboratory for the Social Sciences (PExL); Research Program in Development Studies; Research Program in Political Economy; The Gregory C. and Paula K. Chow Macroeconomic Research Program and the Louis A. Simpson Center for the Study of Macroeconomics.
Department of Geosciences
Geology, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geobiology, Paleontology, Climate Science, and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Department of Music at Princeton University
Keep up to date with all of the announcements and happenings relating to the Princeton University Department of Music.
Department of Politics
We are now one of the largest and most intellectually diverse political science programs in the world. Our faculty includes nearly 60 scholars whose research and interests span the discipline.
Department of Physics
Where faculty and students engage in theoretical and experimental research.
Department of Psychology
Official feed of the Department of Psychology.
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures offers a liberal arts major in Spanish and/or Portuguese designed to give students a thorough grounding in the language, literature, and cultures.
News and features from the Humanities Council at Princeton University, home to humanities departments and programs, and to the Journalism seminars.
Princeton's Keller Center focuses on bridging technology and society through innovation, design, and entrepreneurship.
Lewis Center for the Arts
Princeton in the service of the imagination. Presenting 100+ public events each year including readings, screenings, performances, lectures, & more.
Office of Community and Regional Affairs
The Office of Community and Regional Affairs serves as the primary liaison between the University and the communities in which it resides on a wide variety of local and regional issues.
Office of International Programs
The OIP serves as Princeton University's primary resource for undergraduates seeking to gain experiences abroad and for undergraduates, graduating seniors, and alumni seeking to apply for fellowships and scholarships.
Office of Public Affairs
Ideas. Innovation. Issues. Service. Art. Events. Activities. Princeton University's role in the state of New Jersey.
Office of Sustainability
The Office of Sustainability coordinates and advocates sustainability efforts in university, regional, and national affairs through collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Office of the Dean of Research
The Office of the Dean for Research supports Princeton University’s mission to be one of the world's leading research universities.
Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS)
Princeton’s Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) is dedicated to cultivating student citizenship and leadership on campus.
Office of Undergraduate Research
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) serves to inform, engage, connect, and support currently enrolled undergraduates on matters related to research at Princeton; to enhance independent work through campus-wide initiatives and departmental collaborations; and to promote students' research achievements through research symposia and written and video communications.
Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Probability, statistics, optimization, operations research, financial mathematics, and machine learning, all in a single department.
Pace Center for Civil Engagement
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement connects students with experiential service opportunities to sustain lasting and meaningful change in the community and around the world.
Princeton Alumni Weekly
An editorially independent magazine by alumni for alumni since 1900.
Princeton Center for Complex Materials
The Princeton Center for Complex Materials (PCCM) is a National Science Foundation supported Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) dedicated to pushing the frontiers of complexity in materials science - bringing together over thirty faculty from six departments in the natural sciences and engineering.
To train in Classics is to train not just to live, but to live well.
Princeton Engineering: solving society's most pressing needs while educating tomorrow's leaders.
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
Enabling Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way by working closely with students, faculty, alumni and existing campus organizations.
Princeton Environmental Institute
Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) is the interdisciplinary center for environmental research, education and outreach at Princeton University.
Alerts & Outages on and around Princeton University campus.
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) is Princeton University’s center for research, learning and dialogue on world cultures and global issues.
Princeton Information Security Office
The mission of the Princeton University Information Security Office (ISO) is to make information security programmatic and cultural on campus, enabling the University to succeed in its mission in teaching and research.
Princeton Neuroscience Institute
News and research from the Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
Princeton University Concerts
Each year Princeton University Concerts invites world-class musicians to perform in Princeton's intimate Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
Princeton University Graduate School
We are committed to coordinating quality extracurricular programs, resolving campus and community concerns, and serving as a support system for the diverse needs of Princeton graduate students.
Princeton University Health Professions Advising
The Office of Health Professions Advising serves students and alumni of Princeton University who are considering careers in the health professions.
Princeton University Library
The Library is one of the world’s foremost research libraries, consisting of the main library (Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library) and nine specialized branches across campus. PUL is committed to discoverability, state-of-the-art technologies, newly designed workspaces, deep subject expertise and the development of world-renowned collections.
Princeton University Office of Religious Life
Princeton's Office of Religious Life offers an expansive variety of programs, rituals and services, and other opportunities to thrive and grow.
Princeton University School of Architecture
The School of Architecture, Princeton’s center for teaching and research in architectural design, history, and theory, offers an undergraduate major and advanced degrees at both the master’s and doctoral levels.
Princeton offers free, noncredit courses to students from around the world in a variety of subjects. These courses allow for interactive learning through the use of video lectures embedded with quizzes, a wide range of individual and group assignments, and online discussion forums.
Princeton Pause (Office of Development)
Princetonians of every generation are united through the tradition of giving back. Gifts from undergraduate alumni, parents and friends are vital to sustaining Princeton's historic mission and keeping the University at the forefront of higher education.
Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory managed by Princeton University.
The Princeton Prize in Race Relations
The Princeton Prize in Race Relations exists to promote harmony, understanding, and respect among people of different races by identifying and recognizing high school age students whose efforts have had a significant, positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities.
Princeton Transportation & Parking
Princeton University’s TigerCard Services, Transportation and Parking Services, your one-stop shop for getting to and around Princeton's campus.
Program in American Studies
The Program in American Studies at Princeton University aims to understand America in the world and how the world lives in America.
Program in Judaic Studies
The Program in Judaic Studies offers Princeton students an opportunity to explore Jewish culture from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Program in Law and Public Affairs
The Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) explores the role of law in politics, society, the economy, and culture in the US and abroad.
Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library (Archives and Public Policy Papers)
Princeton University Library’s University Archives, located in Mudd Library, contain records created by University faculty, staff, and students. These records document University administration, the development of academic departments and programs, and student life.
A campus-wide prevention initiative designed to empower all members of the Princeton University community to care for themselves and others.
Woodrow Wilson School
Founded in 1930, the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University is a major international center of advanced training and research in public affairs.
Working at Princeton
Staff members help further Princeton's mission in a variety of impactful ways. Follow us for a sneak peek into what it’s like to work at Princeton.