More than likely you chose to attend Princeton because you are intellectually curious, and strive to be your very best self. While we encourage you to bring your curiosity and drive to campus, let's face it, Princeton courses are rigorous, and it is normal to find them difficult. Fortunately, there are many resources available on campus to help you master material and develop your skills. While we offer a wide range of resources, the choice to utilize them is completely yours!
Please review below our most commonly-used academic resources outside of the Forbes College Office:
General Academic Links and Tools
- TigerHub – The place where can update your personal information, register for the academic year, and add, drop, and swap courses.
- Blackboard – Individual course web sites
- University Registrar
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Departments at Princeton
- Academic Forms
- Undergraduate Announcement
- Office of the Dean of the College Academic Information – a succinct overview of undergraduate regulations, degree requirements, placement and standing, all of which can be found in more detail in the Undergraduate Announcement (see above).
- Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities – a guide to policies of conduct affecting all members of the University.
- Honor Code
- Academic Integrity at Princeton – a philosophy statement and detailed guide to avoiding problems.
- How do I? - Answers to common questions about courses, advising, and academic support
General Academic Support
- The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning schedules workshops and individual consultations on expert academic strategies and course-based review sessions, study halls, and individual tutoring in many subjects.
- The Writing Center offers appointments to help you with writing at any stage of the process and in any course.
- The Office of Undergraduate Research lists resources to help you with your independent work and other research.
Class-Specific Information and Support
- First-Year Action Plan: Getting Started at Princeton
- First-Year Academic Guide
- Freshman Seminars
- Writing Program and Seminars
- Senior Action Plan: The Thesis, and Life After Princeton
- The Thesis: Quintessentially Princeton
- Archive of Senior Theses
Special Academic Opportunities and Funding
- Study Abroad
- Fellowship and Scholarship Information – Information on the range of grants available to students, including postgraduate fellowships such as the Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright.
- The Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE) - a one-stop source of information about all University funding available for a wide variety of undergraduate academic, extra-curricular and co-curricular activities and projects.