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Please note that some publications and departmental websites have not yet been updated for the current incoming class. Publications will continue to be updated throughout the summer.

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As you journey through your first year here at Princeton you will have questions and will need help. Not to fear! You can always turn to your Residential College support system to assist you through any concerns, answer your questions, or provide you with any other assistance you may need. You will staff and peer advisors that are connected with various offices on campus and that are also available to support you. In the college office you will find academic resources (the dean, director of studies, faculty advisers, and peer academic advisers), and a staff member dedicated to support your health and well being (director of student life). Your Director of Student Life (DSL) is responsible for supporting and enhancing the undergraduate...

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The transition to college can be challenging for both you and your student. Here are a few ideas that might help:

If you’re looking for clues about how your student will manage the transition to college, look at how they managed transitions before. What happened when you first dropped them off at kindergarten? Did your student have a tough time saying goodbye or did they dive headfirst into new experiences? Sit down with your student and talk through their expectations.

Your support and guidance are important. Follow the lead of your student and allow them to tell you how you can be most helpful. Some students will want a lot of contact. They may have questions or may want to share with you all of the exciting experiences...

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Welcome to Princeton, Class of 2021!

Your time here will be exciting and challenging. You’ll be stretching your mind, setting your own schedule, and making lifelong friends. To make the most of it, take care of your own health and wellbeing now and at Princeton. Plenty of research shows that if you do the following, you’ll be more likely to be successful in college:

  • Get enough sleep at consistent times most nights. Good sleep is an essential part of learning, which is what you will be here to do. Maintaining a positive mood and lowering the risk of illness are other great benefits.
  • Make choices with your health in mind. Eat some fruits and vegetables and be physically active...
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