What are the identity based resources on campus?
We recognize Princeton students come to campus with an array of identities and diverse experiences. Whether you are looking for ongoing support or want to explore different opportunities, we want to make sure you know what is available for you. Princeton strives to be an inclusive place for all members of its community. In addition to the resources identified in the residential colleges, Princeton has a number of offices and organizations designed to help you find your path at Princeton and support you along the way. We have three centers specifically focused on diversity and inclusion, the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, the LGBT Center, and the Women*s Center. The Office of Religious Life houses 10 chaplaincies and groups which attend to the spiritual needs of students, staff, faculty, families, alumni, and friends through many opportunities for ritual observance, spiritual counseling, and engaging programming (ORL website). If you identify as a first generation, low income (FLI) student, we have a student-run organization, the Princeton Hidden Minority Council, which works to reduce stigma associated with these identities and SIFP (Scholars Institute Fellows Program) offers academic opportunities, mentorship, and a community of students with backgrounds historically underrepresented at Princeton
For more information, see the following blogs about identity support resources on campus.
- Get to Know the Carl A. Fields Center
- LGBTQIA Life at Princeton
- Welcome from the Women*s Center
- International Students - Tips for Adjusting
- Home, Sweet Home (Office of Religious Life)
- Not the only one (Princeton Hidden Minority Council)
- SIFP (Scholars Institute Fellows Program)