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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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LGBTQIA life at Princeton consists of many formal and informal communities, ranging from the LGBT Center and LGBT Center affiliated groups to friend groups. In general, the atmosphere on campus is very accepting of LGBTQIA students; the LGBT Center does fantastic work in supporting LGBTQIA students, particularly students of color, trans students, and low income and first-generation college students, through event programming and social groups. Affiliated with the LGBT Center, groups such as Queering the Color Line, Pride Alliance, Q’nnections, and Beyond the Binary offer great opportunities such as racial identity affinity spaces, general social events, mentorship networks among undergrads, graduate students, and faculty, and more....

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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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We at the Women*s Center are really looking forward to meeting the class of 2021! This is a very exciting time to be at Princeton: there is a new momentum for social change on campus, many new initiatives and increased efforts to create inclusion on campus. The Women*s Center is an important part of these efforts- we do a lot of cool things!

Our Center is conveniently located in Frist Campus Center, where you can hang out in our lounge space with our super fluffy, giant cushions, enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee, study, or simply spend time with friends. If you’re struggling with something—anything—there’s always someone here available to talk.

We coordinate a lot of great events and programs to...

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Since coming to Princeton, I have been growing more and more into my queerness and figuring out what this aspect of my being means to me. Growing up on Guam - where many LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, Asexual) individuals are forced to suppress their identities due to conservative societal views of the community - I did not have the chance to explore my queerness.Through the various resources and organizations on campus, I have been able to learn about my own queerness and the LGBTQA community at large. I am an intern at the LGBT Center, a LGBT Peer Educator, Vice President of the Princeton Equality Project, and have attended the...

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