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Center for Career Development
As early as their first days on campus, the Center for Career Development helps students explore and prepare for careers that align with their skills, strengths, interests and values.
The Center for Career Development provides personalized support for students of all years through one-on-one advising and programs covering:
vtgt - 03/10/2016 - 12:51
Archived versions of the Undergraduate Announcement record the academic regulations, programs of study, and course offerings of the University in previous years. Please consult these documents for additional information. This material can be made available in an alternative format for individuals with disabilities upon request. Please contact the Office of the Dean of the College at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 609-258-3040.
jlongia - 05/11/2016 - 13:15
Fall Term, 2019-20
August 31, Saturday. First-Year Student Dormitory Check-In, Lewis Arts Complex Forum.
September 4, Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. Academic Year Sign-In via TigerHub. Sign-In must be completed by Tuesday, September 10, 11:59 p.m.
September 7, Saturday. Upperclass move-in date.
September 8, Sunday, 3:00 p.m. Opening Exercises, University Chapel.
September 10, Tuesday. First-Year Student Advising and Course Selection, Friend Center.
September 11, Wednesday. Fall term classes begin.
vtgt - 05/12/2016 - 14:44
Christopher L. Eisgruber, J.D., M.Litt.
Deborah A. Prentice, Ph.D.
Dean of the Faculty
Sanjeev R. Kulkarni, Ph.D.
Dean of the College
Jill S. Dolan, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School
Sarah-Jane Leslie, Ph.D.
Dean for Research
Pablo G. Debenedetti, Ph.D.
Vice President for Campus Life
W. Rochelle Calhoun, M.F.A.
vtgt - 05/12/2016 - 15:38
Princeton is committed to offering an academic program that allows each student to achieve a truly liberal education. Although each department and school has its own requirements, the University requirements for graduation transcend the boundaries of specialization and provide all students with a common language and common skills.
vtgt - 06/12/2016 - 21:11
All undergraduates who plan to matriculate for either the fall term or the full academic year are required to complete Academic Year Sign-In online at the beginning of the fall term at a time determined by the registrar. Students who plan to resume their studies in the spring term after a leave of absence or academic required withdrawal must complete Academic Year Sign-In at the beginning of the spring term. A student who, without an approved excuse, fails to register at the designated time incurs a fine of $75.
tgibson - 06/15/2016 - 16:21
A period of approximately 10 days immediately preceding final examinations in each term is set apart to give students time in which to consolidate course work or to extend reading and investigation in accordance with their interests. Individual faculty members may choose to continue instruction during reading period.
tgibson - 06/15/2016 - 16:26
Princeton University is committed to fairness and transparency in assessment of students' work and grading practices. This approach emphasizes well-defined evaluative criteria and meaningful feedback as the most important pedagogical components of the grading system. Faculty shall use grades and substantive feedback to give students clear and detailed information about the quality of their work. Each department and program shall articulate well-defined and meaningful grading standards for work within its discipline.
tgibson - 06/15/2016 - 16:28
The degree of bachelor of arts is awarded to undergraduates who have completed the A.B. program of study, including departmental concentration. The degree of bachelor of science in engineering is awarded to students who have completed the requirements of the B.S.E. program of study, including departmental concentration.
tgibson - 06/15/2016 - 16:29
With the support and guidance of a faculty member, a student may propose a reading course in an area not normally offered as a regular part of the curriculum if it complements the student's academic program. Such courses are set up as tutorials and count as regular courses. Students develop syllabi for such courses in consultation with the instructor, and are expected to meet weekly with the instructor--generally for two to three hours per week. Such courses are not a rubric for departmental independent work.
vtgt - 06/22/2016 - 12:10