Welcome Class of 2026!

Your Path to Princeton is your connection to a wealth of resources concerned with learning and living at Princeton. Explore at your leisure, and check back often for updates and announcements—it is one of our main ways of communicating with you!

You will notice that some of the links on this site, including access to Matriculation Online and Canvas, require a Princeton NetID; this will be sent to your personal email account on Monday, May 16. Once you activate your NetID you will be able to log in.

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Announcements

Many important forms in the Matriculation Online process are due today, June 30. Please take a look at the Matriculation Online checklist and make sure to submit your forms. Don’t forget about the online language placement tests! Want to know if you are required to take one? Read all of the details here! The Princeton Pre-read was recently mailed to your home addresses. If you don’t receive your copy in the next week, please contact Mary Alexander (maryalex@princeton.edu), who will assist you.

2022 Timeline

This timeline was designed to help you keep track of the many processes that occur over the summer before your enrollment in fall classes. Many of the items require action on your part, so please take care to review it. Be sure to check back regularly as hyperlinks will be added to many Timeline entries as web materials become available.

Aug

  • Make-up Online Language Placement Tests open
  • Chemistry Placement Test

Aug

  • Make-up Online Language Placement Tests close

Students

Orientation for the Class of 2026

Friday, August 26 - Monday, September 5

Orientation introduces you to the Princeton community and to the extensive support available for your success. During the program, you will find your home in the residential colleges, bond with students in a small-group experience, meet other members of your class through community-building events, attend programs that will prepare you for academic life at Princeton, and participate in Princeton traditions.

For more information about the Orientation program, please visit:

Orientation Website