普林斯顿大学

Princeton University

  • 美国, New Jersey
  • 私立大学
  • $ 40170

    一年学费
  • 7%

    录取比例
  • 5327

    学生人数
  • 12%

    城市华人

学校信息

学校介绍
位居美国大学排名榜首,获得全球最高捐款额额

普林斯顿大学坐落在新泽西州的小镇普林斯顿,位于纽约和费城之间。普林斯顿地处特拉华平原,河流纵横,林木茂盛,环境异常幽雅,交通也很方便,距离纽约和费城都只需大约1个小时车程。小城恬静而又安样,洋溢着贵族气息, 一直以来都是美国富裕阶层青睐的居住地,且现有居民也就是3万人上下。

普林斯顿大学与哈佛大学、耶鲁大学齐名,多年来三家轮流登上多个大学排行榜的榜首,而普林斯顿位居榜首的年份更多一些。普林斯顿大学规模相对小些,并且没有商学院、法学院和医学院,她是以人文和科学领域的杰出成就卓然于世的。建校260多年来第一位女校长雪莉・蒂尔曼在接受采访时曾说过:普林斯顿大学作为一个学校,必须确保两点: “一是最好的本科生教育质量,二是真正的博士。所以普林斯顿大学本科阶段的师生比例是1:6。图书馆藏书超过1100万册,收到的捐蹭也突破了100亿美元。普林斯顿大学培养过两位美国总统,大家熟悉的科学家爱因斯坦和李政道、杨振宁、崔琦曾在这里任教,诺贝尔文学奖1910年得主尤金・奥尼尔、1993年得主托尼・莫里森是她的校友,而2010 年得主秘鲁作家马里奥・巴尔加斯・略萨目前仍在这里任教。

普林斯顿大学的录取标准极为严格,除了非常优秀的标准化考试成绩外,学生的素质与潜在能力,各种学术与非学术的兴趣,特殊技能与天资、经验、抱负和背景等因素都会纳入它的考察范围。学校评价优秀学生的指标有4项:头脑质量,包括智商、学习能力、创造力等;品格质量,包括责任感、价值观、判断力等;为学校作出贡献的能力;未来在本专业和在社区起领导作用的潜力.

据资料显示,普林斯顿大学在中国的招生数量一般每年不超过10人,且保持稳定。自2011年秋季入学开始,普林斯顿大学恢复了几年前被取消的EA提前申请制度。这对于优秀的申请者而言无疑是一个利好消息。

地理位置

本科项目申请

申请材料
材料名称 必交 选交 材料说明
申请费用 $65
财产证明 申请奖学金需提交父母近一年工作收入证明
高中排名 建议提交中学排名
高中成绩 提交成绩单,学习报告,以及学校简述
推荐信 提交2封学科老师推荐信
作品集 申请艺术及建筑专业的学生可以提交艺术补充材料
GPA 需要提交GPA成绩
ACT 提交SAT或ACT(需要写作),ACT送分码为2588
SAT 提交SAT或ACT(需要写作),SAT送分码为2672
SAT II 提交2门成绩,申请工程专业必须递交物理或化学以及数学1、数学2中的一门
TOEFL 提交托福成绩,托福送分码为2672,无托福最低要求,建议不低于100分
申请时间表

01/01

常规录取截止日

04/01

常规录取通知日

11/01

早录取截止日

05/01

决定是否接受 Offer

毕业后职业发展

24

排名

$60000

毕业起薪

$113900

中期薪资

32%

STEM学位比例

学校信息概览

统计数据
基本信息
联系我们
Princeton University 110 W. College Road Princeton, NJ 08544 United States (609) 258-3000 www.princeton.edu
概况
创立时间: 1746-01-01
男女同校: 1
学校性质: Private Non-Profit
所在城市: Suburban
校历: Semester
哲学与宗教: None
宗教信仰: None
费用
州内学生学费: $40170
外州及国际学生学费: $40170
食宿费: $13080
书本费: $1200
学生分布
全部研究生: 5327
全日制本科生: 5327
在职本科生: 0
男生: 2717
女生: 2610
Total Grad Students: 2648
全日制研究生: 2648
在职研究生: 0
助学金
概况
助学金截止时间: February 1 (priority)
学费保障计划: Not Available
预付学费计划: Available
学费分期付款计划: Available
州内学生学费: $40170
外州及国际学生学费: $40170
联系财务部门
电话: (609) 258-3330
邮件: faoffice@princeton.edu
网址: http://www.princeton.edu/admission/financialaid
资助/贷款 联邦资助 机构资助 州资助 学生贷款 总计
平均数值 $5439 $32754 $3098 $3543 $30242
% 学生得到的 12% 60% 0% 8% 60%
评分
  • A+ 学术能力
  • B 体育
  • A+ 校内饮食
  • A 校内住宿
  • A+ 校园品质
  • A+ 多样性
  • B 校园规模
  • C+ 保守程度
  • B+ 自由程度
  • C 毒品安全
  • C 希腊生活
  • A+ 姑娘和小伙儿
  • C+ 姑娘们的吸引力
  • A- 小伙儿的吸引力
  • B+ 健康和安全
  • B+ 当地环境
  • B+ 校外饮食
  • D- 校外住宿
  • C 停车场
  • B+ 聚会
  • A+ 技术支持
  • A- 交通便捷
最好 & 最坏
事实 & 统计
  • 快乐的学生
    98% of students return after their first year.
  • 教学承诺
    There are 6 students for every member of faculty on campus.
  • 可验证的成功
    96% of students will complete their education and graduate with a degree.
  • Easy Financial Aid Process
    73% of students surveyed told us that the financial aid process went smoothly and they received the financial aid they needed.
  • 学识渊博的教授
    100% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
  • 大的寝室
    69% of students surveyed felt that dorms were more spacious than average.
  • Safe Campus
    88% of students surveyed said that they feel extremely safe and secure on campus.
  • Highly Satisfied Students
    75% of students surveyed would make the same school choice if they could do it all over again.
  • 帮助找工作和实习
    63% of students surveyed said that the career center is very helpful and provides services to students beyond help landing a job.
  • 强力的校友纽带
    94% of students surveyed said the alumni network is very strong and involved in activities on campus.
  • Genders Equally Represented
    A male-to-female ratio of 51/49 means there's a pretty even balance of students on campus.
  • 向最棒的人学习
    93% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
  • 个人关注
    You can expect personal attention with 73% of classes having less than 20 students.
  • 帮助成功
    The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
  • 获得AP学分
    If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
  • Work Part-Time During School
    Employment services are available for students.
  • 极端的多样性
    One of the most racially diverse campuses-51% of students are minorities.
  • 昂贵的
    Tuition is a steep $39,537, one of the most expensive rates in the country.
  • Expensive to Just Get By
    50% of students surveyed felt that the amount it costs to live while at school was worse than average.
  • 贵的住宿费
    Living on campus doesn't come cheap, with an average housing price tag of $6,950.
  • Want a Job? On Your Own
    There aren't any placement services for graduates.
Best Of
  • 1
    Strong academic program
  • 2
    Focus on campus undergraduate life
  • 3
    Renovated dorms
  • 4
    Tradition and strong alumni programs
  • 5
    Sunday brunch at Forbes
  • 6
    Eating clubs for upperclass dining
  • 7
    Senior nights at the Annex
  • 8
    Safe campus
  • 9
    Houseparties
  • 10
    Sitting out on Alexander Beach on a sunny day
Worst Of
  • 1
    The relative isolation of the town
  • 2
    Rainy springs
  • 3
    Old, outdated dorms
  • 4
    Crowded Stephens Fitness Center
  • 5
    Rare Big Three Bonfires
  • 6
    Academic advising system for underclassmen
  • 7
    High price of stores and restaurants in town
  • 8
    Boring precepts
  • 9
    Pizza night in the dining halls
  • 10
    Non-English speaking TAs and preceptors

学校信息

学术
事实 & 统计
  • 师生比例
    6:1
  • 全职师资
    860
  • 兼职师资
    185
  • 全职教员
    1,468
  • 终极学位的教员
    93%
  • 平均工资
    $148,403
  • 全职保留比率
    98%
  • 毕业率
    96%
  • 可提供的项目/专业
    43
  • 学术/职业咨询
    Yes
  • 治疗服务
    No
  • 班级规模
    • Fewer than 20 Students: 73%
    • 20 to 49 Students: 16%
    • 50 or More Students: 11%
  • 教育项目
    Occupational: No
    Academic: Yes
    Continuing Professional: No
    Recreational/Avocational: No
    Adult Basic Remedial: No
    Secondary (High School): No
  • 特殊证书机会
    Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
    Dual Credit: No
    Life Experience Credits: No
  • 本科院校/部门
    • School of Architecture
    • School of Engineering and Applied Science
    • Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • 授予学位
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Doctorate - Research/scholarship
    • Master's degree
  • 最受欢迎的专业
    • Economics and Econometrics: 4%
    • History, General: 3%
    • Political Science and Government, General: 4%
    • Public Policy Analysis, General: 4%
  • 特殊的学习选项
    • Study abroad
    • Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
  • 学校的最好的地方
    • Architecture Library
    • Café Vivian
    • Empty classrooms in the Frist Campus Center
    • Firestone Library
    • Small World Coffee
  • 成功小贴士
    • Actually use reading period, and go to all review sessions.
    • Ask the TAs tons of questions.
    • Check your e-mail constantly, but do not spend all your time on the Internet.
    • Go to class. Never miss precept.
    • Pick classes you actually like.
    • Research your professors before choosing your classes.
    • Take advantage of as many special lecture series as possible.
    • Try to complete your distribution requirements as early as possible. If you can't find a class you want to take in a given semester that fills a distribution requirement, look at the Bulletin to see if something more interesting is going to be offered the following semester.
    • Use all resources that are available to pick your classes-RAs, Student Course Guide-and do not believe everything your academic advisor says.
  • 你知道吗
    • Princeton University's sixth president, John Witherspoon, was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
    • James Madison, Class of 1771 and former president of the United States, became the first president of the Alumni Association of the College of New Jersey in 1826.
    • Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879 and future president of the United States, served as thirteenth president of the University in June 1902 and revolutionized the academic program through his inventive "preceptorial" system, which is still in use today. Additionally, he instituted the distribution requirements for undergraduates in order to create more well-rounded students.
    • In May 1970, Colleges around the nation adopted the "Princeton Plan" (fall recess) in response to the student unrest following the Cambodian incursion in Southeast Asia.
    • Five members of the Princeton faculty were recipients of the Nobel Prize in physics, two in economic studies, two in economic sciences and one each in literature and medicine.
    • After Princeton's founding, it was widely speculated that there was a curse on the University's presidents, as there were five presidents in the first twenty years of the University.
    • Princeton is one of the only American institutions to mandate a senior thesis, which has been a requirement for graduation since 1925.
    • Princeton's Honor System has been in place since 1893, when students, who were dissatisfied with faculty proctoring of examinations, called for a system similar to the ones at the University of Virginia and William and Mary. Even today, there are no proctors in exams, and students must sign the honor code at the end of every assignment and exam.
学生投票

你对以下的陈述是同意还是不同意? 基于 26 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 我的大类教育要求是有价值和有意义的
  • 可以轻松选到自己想上的课程
  • 学术导师乐于助人
  • 打分是公平和公正的
  • 有很多种有趣的课程可以选择
  • 学生被鼓励去探索大范围的课程和话题
  • 课业压力可以轻松管理
  • 线上也有很多好的课程可选
  • 助教是有效的
  • 课程安排/注册过程是有效和学生友好的
  • 教室/实验室是最新的且新技术有效的

你经常做什么 基于 12 个问卷回复

从来没有
总是这样
  • 上课(讲座和讲座)
  • 做所有的家庭作业
  • 做所有被分配的阅读
  • 充分的学习
  • 有效利用研讨小组和课后答疑时间
  • 记笔记

这所学校在你申请时处于什么位置? 基于 11 个问卷回复

  • 55% 这是我的女神校
  • 45% 这是我的最想去的学校之一
  • 0% 这是我的保底学校
入学政策
入学数据
全面入学数据
全部的申请者: 26499
男性申请者: 13982
女性申请者: 12517
全部: 1963
男性接纳度: 987
女性接纳度: 976
录取比率: 7%
拒绝率: 65%
联系我们
电话: (609) 258-3060
邮件: uaoffice@princeton.edu
网址: http://www.princeton.edu/admission
申请信息
开放入学: No
一般申请: Yes
Application Fee: $65
申请网站: http://
需要知道的重要日期 截止日期 注意事项
最早申请日期 11-01 12-15
一般时间 01-01 04-01
必须申请 05-01
入学政策
Consideration
必须 建议 非强制性
学分绩
高中学校排名
高中成绩单
大学预科课程
推荐信
面试/作品集
SAT/ACT
TOEFL
注册新生数据
全部注册新生: 1285
全日制注册男生: 655
全日制注册女生: 630
兼职注册男性: 0
兼职注册女性: 0
候补名单数据
申请者放置: ? 792
接受申请者: ? 483
注册的学生: ? 47
转换数据
接受的申请者: 0
接纳的申请者: 0
Students EnrolledF: 0
标准化考试数据
标准化考试分数 Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of)
SAT分数的中位数 700 - 800 710 - 800 710 - 790 2120 - 2390 (2400)
ACT分数的中位数 32 - 35 30 - 35 8 - 10 31 - 35 (36)
总体数据
高中班级的top10%: 96%
需要的SAT/ACT: either
提交SAT的学生: 33%
提交ACT的学生: 86%
SAT单项测试的要求
没有报告的
事实 & 统计
  • 在去学校之前应该知道的事情
    • Cinderblocks are essential in a small dorm room.
    • Get on the smallest meal plan possible.
    • Meet as many people as possible during Freshman Week.
    • Opportunities are available as long as you seek them out and talk to people.
    • Outdoor and Community Action programs really are a great way to meet people and learn about Princeton while doing something fun and/or useful.
    • Unless you like living in a cave, you should bring several lamps.
    • Walking to review sessions in January will make you colder than you have ever felt before. Pack warm clothes!
  • 访谈与信息会话
    To Schedule a Group Information Session or Interview Call (609) 258-3060 on any weekday. Interviews are not a required part of the admission process, but campus visits are highly encouraged by the Admissions staff. From May through December, applicants can schedule appointments to meet with members of the Admissions staff. Such appointments may include up to six applicants. To Schedule an Alumni Interview From October through February, students who have submitted an application for admission may be contacted by a Princeton Alumni Schools Committee (ASC) member, depending upon the student's location and the availability of a committee member in that area. Recently, over seventy percent of applicants in any given year have met with a member of the ASC. To Schedule a General Information Session Visit www.princeton.edu/main/prospective/visits/schedule for specific details of organized from September through late May. Interested students and parents are welcome to these daily information sessions, which are conducted by an admission office. The sessions run approximately an hour in length.
  • 校园旅行
    Campus tours run daily, except University Holidays, including Labor Day Weekend. The student-led Orange Key Tours last about an hour and depart from the Welcome Desk at the Frist Campus Center. From Monday through Saturday, tours depart at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. On Sundays, tours leave at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Call in advance of your visit to check the availability of the tour!
  • 探视
    Princeton has an accepted students weekend each April, commonly called Pre-Frosh Weekend. Accepted students have the opportunity to sleep in a dorm room and are paired with underclassmen, so they have the chance to attend classes, eat in the dining halls, and experience residential college life. Usually, the eating clubs go off-tap for the weekend, so pre-frosh don't get an accurate portrayal of Princeton's social life.
  • 校园全景
工作 & 实习
事实 & 统计
  • 职业中心
    36 University Place, Suite 200
    (609) 258-3325
    www.princeton.edu/career/
  • 雇用服务
    Yes
  • 安置服务
    No
  • Other Career Services
    • Alumni Careers Network
    • Career Assessment
    • Career Counseling
    • Career Fairs
    • Career Library
    • Career Workshops and Programs
    • CareerNews Listservs
    • Credentials Service
    • Graduate, Law, and Business School Advising
    • Internships
    • Job Search Assistance
    • On-Campus Recruiting
    • TigerTracks
  • 找工作或者实习的建议
    When you get to campus, make an appointment with an advisor at the Office of Career Services to discuss your interests and develop a résumé. Your advisor may be able to put you in touch with alumni who can advise you on good classes to take for your desired career and possibly invite you to trail them in their jobs for a day. Also, make sure to put yourself on the career email listserv so that you can get weekly updates about internships and jobs as well as upcoming programs, including career fairs and résumé building workshops.
学生投票

职业中心在学生找实习和找工作提供的帮助 基于 20 个问卷回复

  • 70% 很有帮助。他们帮助你寻找工作和实习且提供工具和工作坊。
  • 25% 有一些帮助。职业中心给学生提供了资源但并不是针对个人的。
  • 5% 有些没有用。这里有一些资源但是并不是针对个人的。
  • 0% 完全没有用。他们几乎没有帮助学生找工作和实习。

学校校友纽带的强力程度 基于 21 个问卷回复

  • 90% 很强力。校友参与了很多活动且做了很多校园招聘。
  • 10% 比较强力。这里有些活动且你可以和你需要的校友联系。
  • 0% 有些弱。几乎没有校友活动且和校友没有真正的联系。
  • 0% 几乎没有。毕业之后,校友和学校之间没有联系。
开设专业
MajorCertificateAssociateBachelor'sMaster'sDoctoral
Architecture and Planning 10 39 3
Architecture Studies 10 39 3
Architecture 10 39 3
Arts 31 15 12
Art History 26 8 10
Music 5 7 2
Music History and Literature 5 7 2
Biological Sciences 112 35 26
Bioinformatics 6 0
Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology 49 10 5
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 49 10 5
Molecular Biology 63 17 21
Neuroscience and Neurobiology 2 0
Neuroscience 2 0
Business 22
Finance and Accounting 22
Finance 22
Engineering 227 101 82
Chemical Engineering 34 22 17
Civil and Surveying Engineering 18 7 5
Civil Engineering 18 7 5
Computer Engineering 52 17 18
Computer Hardware Engineering 52 17 18
Electrical and Communications Engineering 22 28 25
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 22 28 25
Engineering Studies 0
Mechanical Engineering and Technology 51 15 13
Mechanical Engineering 51 15 13
Operations Research 50 12 4
Languages and Literature 122 23 42
English 57 9 11
English Language Studies 57 9 11
Language Studies and Linguistics 22 3 7
Comparative Literature 22 3 7
Regional Language and Literature Studies 29 11 13
German Language and Literature 4 7 4
Latin and Ancient Greek Studies 24 3 6
Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature 1 1 3
Romance Languages 14 0 11
French Language and Literature 8 0 4
Romance Languages and Literatures 6 0 7
Mathematics & Statistics 36 4 14
Computational and Applied Mathematics 0 6
Mathematics 36 4 8
Philosophy and Religion 51 13 7
Philosophy Studies 32 6 4
Philosophy 32 6 4
Religion 19 7 3
Religious Studies 19 7 3
Physical Sciences 88 61 66
Astronomy and Astrophysics 5 3 3
Astrophysics 5 3 3
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology 0 2
Atmospheric Sciences 0 2
Chemistry and Chemical Technology 38 28 26
Chemistry 38 28 26
Earth Sciences 9 4 6
Geology and Earth Science 9 4 6
Physics 36 26 29
Psychology & Counseling 63 9 8
Psychology 63 9 8
Social Sciences & Liberal Arts 420 64 79
Area and Ethnic Studies 8 0 5
Asian Studies 8 0 5
Economics 124 18 23
Economics and Econometrics 124 18 23
History 76 17 20
International Studies and Government 104 22 21
Political Science and Government 104 22 21
Social Sciences 108 7 10
Anthropology and Archaeology 46 4 3
Sociology 62 3 7
Social Services 78 90 10
Public Policy, Administration, and Social Work 78 90 10
Public Policy Analysis 78 90 10
奖学金
学生投票

哪一个陈述更好地描述了你在学校的财务资助经历? 基于 35 个问卷回复

  • 80% 很顺畅,并且我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 0% 过程有点儿苦难,但是我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 3% 完全是令人头疼的一件事情,并且使用了各种方式来接受补助。
  • 3% 是一个开放的过程并且我正在解决它。
  • 14% 我没有申请财务资助。

学生情况

校友和毕业生
事实 & 统计
  • 校友办公室
    Alumni Council of Princeton University
    Maclean House
    Phone: (609) 258-1900
    alco@princeton.edu
    alumni.princeton.edu
  • 校友服务
    • @princeton Courseware, courses for Princeton alumni who want to continue their education online. Each semester, distinguished professors conduct an online course, complete with video lectures in some instances.
    • Alumni Careers Network (ACN) is a database of Princeton alumni who have volunteered to provide other alumni as well as students with professional advice, site visits, and job and project assistance.
    • Alumni Colleges are alumni trips sponsored by Princeton several times a year to locations around the world. Led by noted professors and staff members, recent trips have included Alaska, the Amazon, and Ireland.
    • The Alumni Schools Committee (ASC), which includes over 5,000 volunteers, interviews applicants in an effort to help the Admissions Office select the members of the incoming class. Over 10,000 interviews are conducted each year.
    • E-mail Services
    • Online Alumni Directory
    • Transcript Requests
  • 校友出版物
    Princeton Alumni Weekly, or PAW, is sent to all Princeton alumni for no charge. It includes regular columns about campus life, engaging letters to the editor, feature articles, and alumni updates.
  • 主要校友活动
    • Alumni Day is considered a mid-winter alumni celebration during which alumni return to campus for lectures by distinguished faculty. The Woodrow Wilson Award and James Madison Medal are given, and the day ends with a Service of Remembrance.
    • Princeton's biggest alumni events include Alumni Day, Reunions, and Homecoming. Homecoming takes place in the fall and includes class gatherings and tailgates before some Tiger football.
    • Reunions, lasting several days, are Princeton's biggest alumni event. From fireworks to lectures to the P-rade, Princetonians take reunions very seriously, and attendance is always impressive.
  • 著名校友
    • James Baker (Class of '52) - former secretary of state
    • Jeff Bezos (Class of '86) - founder of Amazon.com
    • Bill Bradley (Class of '65) - basketball star and politician
    • Dean Cain (Class of '88) - actor, star of television show "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"
    • David Duchovny (Class of '82) - actor, star of television show "The X Files"
    • John Foster Dulles (Class of '35) - former secretary of state
    • Steve Forbes (Class of '70) - president and editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine
    • Bill Frist (Class of '74) - former Senate majority leader
    • Lisa Najeeb Halaby (Class of '76) - Queen Noor of Jordan
    • James Madison (Class of 1771) - former president of the United States
    • Ralph Nader (Class of '55) - consumer advocate, ran for president under the Green party
    • Donald Rumsfeld (Class of '54) - former secretary of defense
    • Brooke Shields (Class of '87) - actress, star of television show "Suddenly Susan"
    • George Shultz (Class of '42) - former secretary of state
    • James Stewart (Class of '32) - star of "It's a Wonderful Life"
    • Meg Whitman (Class of '77) - former CEO of eBay, current president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard
多样性
事实 & 统计
  • 非洲裔美国人
    7%
  • 亚洲人
    19%
  • 西班牙人
    8%
  • 国际的
    11%
  • 本土美国人
    0%
  • 白人
    48%
  • 未知
    2%
  • 历史上是否是黑人大学
    No
  • 民族学院
    No
  • 州外学生
    82%
  • 一般住处
    • California
    • Foreign countries
    • New York
    • Pennsylvania
    • Texas
  • 学生年龄细分
    Under 18: 2%
    18-19: 30%
    20-21: 31%
    22-24: 14%
    25+: 23%
  • 女教员
    27%
  • 男教员
    73%
  • 教员多样性
    African American: 2%
    Asian American: 8%
    Hispanic: 2%
    International: 25%
    Native American: 0%
    White: 62%
    Unknown: 0%
  • 同志骄傲大游行
    Generally, the Princeton community is accepting of gay students, as seen by the popularity of Pride Alliance events. However, there is the occasional incident, such as anti-gay graffiti, that reminds students of a very small un-accepting minority.
  • 政治活动
    The majority of Princeton students do not engage in campus political activity on a regular basis, but there is an active debate group, the Whig-Cliostrophic Society. The College Republicans and College Democrats also draw an energetic membership. There has also been a recent influx of campus political publications, notably the Princeton Tory, a conservative thought magazine. With so many Princeton alumni going into politics and so many politicians sending their children to Princeton, election time is always interesting.
  • 经济地位
    Even though Princeton has the reputation for being an elitist institution, Princeton attracts students of all economic backgrounds because of its recent no-loan program. Rather than forcing students to leave school debt-ridden, Princeton now awards financial aid grants.
  • 最寻常的地区
    Princeton has several very visible campus religious groups, such as Agape, Athletes in Action, and the Center for Jewish Life. Princeton’s Religious Life Office gives students many on-campus options and outlets for religious practice, including weekly meditation and prayer meetings in the University’s recently renovated chapel.
  • 校园内的少数俱乐部
    Sampling of Campus groups, such as Princeton South Asian Theatrics and Naacho, have helped raise awareness of minorities on campus. The Black Student Union has a board in Frist that allows for better publicity of minority events on campus.
学生投票

学生在以下领域的多样性是怎样的? 基于 24 个问卷回复

非常同质化
差异性很大
  • 经济地位
  • 道德声望
  • 国际学生
  • 政治关系
  • 宗教背景
  • 性取向

How would you best describe your personal political beliefs? 基于 20 个问卷回复

  • 15% 激进的/自由的
  • 20% 自由的
  • 45% 中度的
  • 5% 保守的
  • 5% 非常保守
  • 5% 自由人
  • 5% 不是很确定

How would you best describe the political beliefs of campus as a whole? 基于 22 个问卷回复

  • 14% 激进的/自由的
  • 41% 自由的
  • 27% 中度的
  • 9% 保守的
  • 0% 非常保守
  • 5% 自由人
  • 5% 不是很确定

你加入了哪一个政党 基于 10 个问卷回复

  • 20% 共和党
  • 40% 民主党
  • 10% 无党派
  • 10% 其他没有提及的党派
  • 20% 我不关心政治

校园对于同性恋、双性人的接纳度 基于 10 个问卷回复

  • 70% 接纳度很高。这些学生被视作是正常学生。
  • 10% 接纳,他们被公平对待,但是仍然有一些人不认可。
  • 10% 有一些接受,但是这些学生可能是群体外部的,并且是害怕被孤立的。
  • 10% 不接受的,他们经常保持沉默。

学校整体对于少数群体的接纳程度? 基于 19 个问卷回复

  • 53% 非常接受的。
  • 42% 大多数学生是很接纳的,只有少数案例是不接受的
  • 5% 校园接纳度是分散的,不是所有的少数群体都是可以被接纳的
  • 0% 作为少数群体在这里是非常痛苦的
毒品安全
事实 & 统计
  • 与酒精相关的案件
    109
  • 与酒精相关的逮捕
    10
  • 毒品相关的提供
    47
  • 毒品有关大逮捕
    15
  • 最受欢迎的毒品
    • Alcohol
    • Attention-enhancing drugs
    • Cocaine
    • Marijuana
  • 毒品咨询项目
    Counseling Center Alcohol and Other Drugs Team
    (609) 258-3285
    Assessment; short-term individual psychotherapy; support group for students looking to control their drinking; referrals to private therapists
学生投票

说出校园里最受欢迎的毒品 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 42% 酒精
  • 42% 大麻
  • 9% 处方研究药物
  • 2% 没有
  • 2% 迷幻药
  • 2% 可卡因
  • 0% 其他处方药
  • 0% 处方止疼药(安定剂)
  • 0% 类固醇
  • 0% 迷幻剂
  • 0% 海洛因
  • 0% 甲基苯丙胺

你将如何描述校园里的毒品使用状况 基于 25 个问卷回复

  • 8% 毒品没有在校园里使用,是真的
  • 48% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 40% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 4% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 0% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

你将如何描述学校里的群体性醉酒现象? 基于 25 个问卷回复

  • 4% 学生几乎不在校园里喝酒
  • 0% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 4% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 68% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 24% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

低龄儿童如何接触到酒精 基于 25 个问卷回复

  • 0% 不限制
  • 8% 有点限制
  • 44% 不太限制
  • 48% 开放的

个人的压力如何影响学生摄入酒精和毒品? 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 38% 你可以有足够的社会生活可以免除毒品和酒精
  • 50% 很多人以某种形式参加,如果你不参加会被区别对待
  • 12% 如果你不喝酒会觉得有点尴尬
  • 0% 如果不参与就会被排挤
希腊生活
事实 & 统计
  • 兄弟会的本科男生
    0%
  • 姐妹会的本科女生
    0%
  • 兄弟会的人数
    0
  • 姐妹会的人数
    0
  • Did You Know?
    Princeton does not officially recognize any fraternities or sororites. Though there are many underground Greek organizations, Princeton frowns upon students participating in them, and they are in no way affiliated with the University. However, members-only eating clubs are very similar to frats and sororities at other schools and offer Princeton students a similar experience.
学生投票

在校园场景里希腊生活的角色 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 0% 兄弟会很大,你不必加入社团去享受,但是你可能会考虑加入
  • 17% 希腊生活是平均的,如果你不加入没有人会区别对待你。
  • 0% 希腊生活很大,如果你不是希腊人,你就什么都不是
  • 67% 在社会生活中希腊生活是不重要且没有什么影响的
  • 17% 我们没有希腊生活

非组织人对于组织人的总体态度 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 8% 很多不是会的人认为希腊会员做了很多对社团有益的事情
  • 79% 大多说非会员对于会员很冷漠。
  • 4% 非会员认为希腊人只对她们加入的党派有好处。
  • 8% 非会员认为他们是势力而且排外的。

进入兄弟会或者姐妹会的难度 基于 24 个问卷回复

  • 17% 很容易
  • 50% 有些容易
  • 29% 有些困难
  • 4% 很困难
姑娘们 & 小伙儿
事实 & 统计
  • 女生
    49%
  • 男生
    51%
  • 计划生育
    Yes
    Sexuality Education Counseling and Health (S.E.C.H.) Office, McCosh Health Center. Female students who have had an annual exam with their home doctor or have an exam with the S.E.C.H. Office can have their birth control prescriptions filled at health services for a discounted fee. S.E.C.H. offers all forms of birth control: pills, patches, diaphragms, contraceptive gel, and Depo-Provera injections. S.E.C.H. also sells discounted condoms.
  • 社会科学
    Like any university, Princeton students range from studious ones who rarely go out to those who can hardly be called students. For some students, Princeton provides a "work hard, party hard" environment, which is initially surprising because of the rigor of Princeton's academic program. Contrary to popular belief, not all Princeton students are nerds or trust- fund kids, so most find their niche quickly. Unfortunately, the Greek scene, strong athletic teams, and eating clubs slightly fragment the student body, but they also help some students gain some sort of identity of campus.
  • 同盟或者恋爱关系
    The Princeton hookup scene is relatively isolated to underclass girls and upperclass men. By junior and senior year, Princeton women generally date or get involved in serious relationships, while Princeton men play the field more. Because male Princeton freshmen are at the absolute bottom of any dating hierarchy, they tend to remain in relationships from high school rather than face rejection from the women on campus.
  • 与男生/女生碰面的最好的地方
    The best place to meet other students initially is in residential colleges, whether it is in the dining hall or in one's RA group, which helps give freshmen social options on campus. Fraternity and sorority rush starts several weeks after the freshmen arrive on campus, and the Greek scene draws a small fraction of students into Greek life. For everyone else, social interaction can occur on a regular basis anywhere from "the Street" to campus religious gatherings. Princeton students are notorious for getting spring fever, or simply frolicking whenever the weather is warm. Mysteriously, the rate of random hookups seems to increase during warm weather periods, such as Freshman Week and in the spring (this may also be a correlation between relatively slow work periods).
  • 着装礼仪
    Generally, Princeton students represent a happy medium between preppy and fashionable. It is rare to see a student show up to class in sweatpants or anything resembling pajamas. Few students have what could be called an urban look. Guys usually wear polo shirts and khakis, and girls wear comfortable, stylish clothes. Recent uniforms have included Lilly Pulitzer attire, Longchamp bags, and Seven and Paper Denim & Cloth jeans.
学生投票

我会说学校里的女生是 基于 18 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

我会说学校里的男生是 基于 16 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

你如何排名学校的社会现象? 基于 21 个问卷回复

  • 38% 非常有生气的,每天都有许多流行活动
  • 57% 活跃的,有一些流行活动
  • 5% 安静的,只有一些流行的活动和机会来遇见新的人
  • 0% 缺乏,几乎,没有有趣的或者流行的活动

在学校最好的交友方式是? 基于 10 个问卷回复

  • 71% Being involved in student organizations
  • 14% Zee groups
  • 7% In class
  • 7% Randomly sitting beside a person in dining hall

校园信息

校园管理
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最有可能因为...被抓住
    • Drinking in common areas
    • Drinking underage
    • Having candles or other contraband items in your dorm room
    • Making too much noise in your dorm
    • Parking illegally
    • Public urination or indecency
学生投票

行政策略对于以下话题的排名严厉程度 基于 34 个问卷回复

很严格
非常宽容
  • 寝室酒精的使用
  • 出席率
  • 创建新的学生组织
  • 毒品使用
  • 荣誉守则
  • 噪音干扰
  • 停车
  • 游行示威
  • 未达到法定年龄喝酒
  • 寝室探视

校园警察或安保如何影响你的校园经历 基于 38 个问卷回复

  • 61% Very positively. Officers are kind and helpful.
  • 39% 比较好的,如果你尊重他们会很好相处。
  • 0% 有点不好,他们只对破坏感兴趣。
  • 0% 非常不好,他们把每个人都当成罪犯来对待。
体育
事实 & 统计
  • 体育协会
    • NAA
    • NCAA
  • 体育部门
    NCAA Division I-AA
  • 体育会议
    Football: Ivy Group
    Basketball: Ivy Group
  • 学校昵称
    Tiger
  • 参与大学体育的男生
    588 - 23%
  • 参与大学体育的女生
    374 - 15%
  • 大学男生的体育运动
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Football
    • Golf
    • Ice hockey
    • Lacrosse
    • Other sports
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Squash
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
    • Wrestling
  • 大学女生体育运动
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Field hockey
    • Golf
    • Ice hockey
    • Lacrosse
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
  • 体育俱乐部
    • Aikido
    • Badminton
    • Ballroom dance
    • Baseball
    • Basketball (men's and women's)
    • Cycling
    • Equestrian
    • Field hockey
    • Figure skating
    • Ice hockey (men's and women's)
    • Karate
    • Kendo
    • Lacrosse (men's and women's)
    • Rifle
    • Rugby (men's and women's)
    • Sailing
    • Ski and snowboard
    • Soccer (men's and women's)
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Table tennis
    • Taekwondo
    • Tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee (men's and women's)
    • Volleyball (men's and women's)
  • 校内
    • Badminton
    • Basketball
    • Bowling
    • Broomball
    • Dodgeball
    • Floor hockey
    • Foosball
    • Golf
    • Handball
    • Ice hockey
    • Inner tube water polo
    • Kickball (coed)
    • Soccer
    • Soccer (indoor)
    • Softball
    • Tennis
  • 体育场地和工具
    • L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium
    • Baker Ice Rink
    • Class of 1952 Stadium
    • DeNunzio Pool
    • Dillon Gymnasium
    • Lenz Tennis Center
    • Pagoda Tennis Courts
    • Peterson Recreation Center
    • Princeton Stadium
    • Shea Rowing Center
    • Springdale Golf Club
    • Weaver Track, Field Stadium & Frelinghuysen Field
  • 大多数受欢迎的运动
    On the varsity level, the most visible teams are the football, basketball, baseball, ice hockey, and lacrosse teams. Football games draw in droves of alumni, especially for games against Big Three rivals Harvard and Yale. A strong rivalry with Penn in basketball gives Princeton students something to cheer about during the icy winters. Both lacrosse teams-men's and women's-have pulled in multiple national titles in recent history and are a great source of school spirit.
  • Most Overlooked Teams
    The squash program is probably one of the most successful but underappreciated athletic programs on campus. Each year, the team places well in national tournaments but gets little exposure on campus, perhaps because few students even know what squash is by the time they get to campus freshman year. On the club level, both rugby teams have had great runs in national tournaments recently, but, because of its status as a club sport, rugby does not get the same sort of exposure as the football or lacrosse teams.
  • 学校精神
    Princeton students and alumni can never be accused of not having school spirit. From making endless jokes about Harvard and Yale to coming back for annual reunions, Princeton is more than a four-year education, it is a lifetime legacy. While Princeton is not a school where all undergrads attend all of the football games, there is a constant aura of Princetonia. It is nearly impossible to pass through FitzRandolph Gates at graduation without owning at least one vibrant orange and black article of clothing. This spirit does not stop at the school level. Princeton undergrads also rally behind their residential colleges. For example, Butler residents brag about their intramural prowess, while Rocky residents poke fun at Butler's dorms and claim superiority because of their Gothic dorms.
  • 获得门票
    Students do not need to pay for many sporting events, and tickets are not difficult to obtain. Occasionally, it is necessary to get tickets ahead of time, but that is usually for major events, such as a Princeton-Penn home basketball game.
  • 散步的最好地点
    Towpath around Lake Carnegie, Princeton Battlefield
学生投票

体育运动在校园的流行度 基于 43 个问卷回复

  • 2% 几乎所有的事情都围绕体育运动展开
  • 19% 体育运动是大学生活的很大一部分
  • 70% 会参与体育运动,但是并不是校园生活的很大一部分
  • 9% 没有人关注体育运动

校内和俱乐部运动流行吗? 基于 42 个问卷回复

  • 38% 他们和大学生体育运动一样流行
  • 26% 他们没有那么大学生体育那么流行,但是仍然是校园生活的很大一部分。
  • 36% 有一些人参加,但是并不是校园生活的主流。
  • 0% 几乎没有人参加他们

你如何描述体育器材 基于 41 个问卷回复

  • 20% 体育器材是国内最好的
  • 61% 体育是重要的,并且器材的质量是给专业和非专业的都能用的
  • 20% 对于运动员比较好用,对于一般人而言就那样
  • 0% 体育器材是在需求标准之下的
校园饮食
事实 & 统计
  • Meal Plan Available?
    Yes
  • Average Meals/Week
    35
  • 平均伙食花费
    $5860 per year
  • 新生伙食预算
    Yes
  • Student Favorites
    • The Deli
    • Forbes College Dining Hall
    • The Grill
    • Villa Pizza
  • 24小时伙食提供
    None
  • 校园外使用的钱
    None
  • 特殊的选择
    After sophomore year, most students elect to move out of their residential colleges, forfeit their meal plan option, and move into upperclass housing. In upperclass housing, students must decide whether they want to join an eating club, one of the campus co-ops, or "go independent," meaning cook for themselves.
  • Did You Know?
    • Students with a meal plan can eat in one of the eating clubs under a meal exchange program. Once the contract holder has a meal in the eating club, the eating club member must have the same meal in the dining hall.
    • Princeton's Dining Services won a prestigious Ivy Award with five other groups, including the famous New York sushi institution Nobu.
    • Students with a meal plan may request to organize a cookout, and all food and supplies are available at the contract holders' dining unit.
    • Students may request a bagged lunch in the Dining Hall at breakfast if they are going to miss lunch.
    • From Monday breakfast through Friday lunch, students who miss a meal in the dining halls are able to use their meals at the Frist Campus Center Food Galley during designated times called "late meal."
    • Once a semester, Dining Services organizes to have a local restaurant come to each of the residential colleges and cook a gourmet meal. In the past, cuisines have ranged from Ethiopian to French.
Dining Halls & Campus Restaurants
  • Butler College Dining Hall
    Location: Wu Hall
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • Cafe' Vivian
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Coffee, pastries
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 a.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-2 a.m., Sunday 8 a.m.-2 a.m.
  • Center for Jewish Life
    Location: 70 Washington Road in the CJL building
    Food: Kosher
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m., 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Chancellor Green Café
    Location: Chancellor Green
    Food: coffee, tea, pastries, sandwiches, soups, sushi
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Convenience Store
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Ice cream, snacks, drinks
    Hours: Monday-Wednesday 9 a.m.-2 a.m., Thursday-Friday 9 a.m.-3 a.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-3 a.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • The Deli
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Salads, sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-7p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Food for Thought
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Home-cooked entrées
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m., 7 p.m.-10 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • The Food Gallery
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Grab & go
    Hours: Monday-Wednesday 7:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 7:30 a.m.-3 a.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
  • Forbes College Dining Hall
    Location: Main Inn, Forbes College
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • The Grill
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Fast food, Mongolian Grill
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Healthy Eating Lab
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Salads, sushi
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m., Friday 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
  • Mathey College Dining Hall
    Location: Madison Hall
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • New South Café
    Location: New South
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • Ole Nuevo Latino Cuisine
    Location: Frist Campus Center Dining
    Food: Mexican fare
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Rockefeller "Rocky" College Dining Hall
    Location: Holder Hall
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • Stix Asian Cuisine
    Location: The Gallery on A Level, Frist Campus Center Dining
    Food: Asian cuisine
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Villa Pizza
    Location: Frist Campus Center
    Food: Pizza and pasta
    Hours: Monday-Wednesday 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 11 a.m.-3 a.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
  • Wilson College Dining Hall
    Location: Wilcox Hall
    Food: Hot line, grill, salad bar, fruit basket, dessert bar, sandwich bar, frozen yogurt
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • Woodrow Wilson Café
    Location: Shultz dining room
    Food: Coffee, hot line, pastries, salads, sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校园建筑打分 基于 32 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 便捷的时间
  • 少数的选择
  • 健康/有机的选择
  • 半夜的选择
  • 质量
  • 价值
  • 选择的多样性
  • 素食主义者的选择

校园里最棒的食物选择是什么 基于 15 个问卷回复

  • 19% Whitman Dining Hall
  • 17% Frist Late Meal
  • 15% Wu/Wilcox Dining Hall
  • 12% Rocky/Mathey dining hall
  • 12% Forbes dining hall
  • 10% Center for Jewish Life
  • 6% Studio '34
  • 4% Tower
  • 4% Cannon Dial Elm Club
校园住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 校园住宿是否可得
    Yes
  • 校园住宿容纳能力
    6,892
  • 平均住宿费用
    $7,220
  • 新生被要求住在学校里
    Yes
  • 住在校园里的学生
    98%
  • 宿舍的数量
    41
  • 最好的宿舍
    • 1903 Hall
    • 1915 Hall
    • Blair Hall
    • Little Hall
    • Patton Hall
    • Witherspoon Hall
  • Worst Dorms
    • 1940 Hall
    • 1941 Hall
    • Brown Hall
    • Cuyler Hall
    • Forbes Annex
    • Wilcox Hall
  • 你可以得到什么
    • Bed
    • Desk and chair
    • Dresser
    • Internet connection
    • Phone jack
  • Also Available
    Substance-free areas, smoke-free areas, special needs housing, independent housing, married housing
  • 你知道吗
    • Housing runs the gamut at Princeton, and there is no general formula. Many of Princeton's dorms were built before modern amenities were standard in homes, so older buildings have been added to in order to accommodate changing times. The size of a Princeton room is not standard as well. Some buildings will include a range of rooms from singles to 11-person suites. (The Housing Department is also notorious for placing extra students in a room if there is a housing crunch, so, for instance, rooms that were once large singles are now tiny doubles.) The furniture in each of the dorms is as varied as the dorms themselves. The newer dorms all have new furniture that is pretty standard, and students are not permitted to remove it from their rooms. The older dorms have both twin and extra-long twin beds and a mish-mash of furniture. Some rooms do not have closets or any other form of pre-installed storage. Incoming freshmen should buy extra long sheets on the theory that they will get a long bed at least once at Princeton, and it is impossible to fit a regular twin fitted sheet on an extra-long bed.
    • The simplest way to approach housing at Princeton is by designation. Freshmen and sophomores are split into five residential colleges: Butler, Forbes, Mathey, Rockefeller (“Rocky”), and Wilson. Construction is underway for a sixth college, Whitman, but it will not be ready for several years. Each college has its own dining hall and residential and academic staffs. Generally, the residential staff who assigns rooms tries to keep residential college dorms balanced by gender and by class year. Each dorm section has a residential advisor (RA) and a minority affairs advisor (MAA) or, in Wilson College, a residential community advisor (RCA) and a residential community program advisor (RCPA). Juniors are seniors are spread across campus in the bevy of upperclass dorms, and there are no limits to the number of members of each gender and class who draw into specific rooms and dorms, which can create for crowded bathroom situations, as most upperclass bathrooms are shared by floor.
    • The dorm where John F. Kennedy lived before transferring to Harvard is no longer standing.
    • In the mid-twentieth century, Princeton students were responsible for bringing all of their own furniture.
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald's This Side of Paradise depicts, in part, residential life at Princeton at the start of the twentieth century.
Dormitories
  • 1901 Hall
    Floors: 4
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad, suite
  • 1903 Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Kitchen, laundry
  • 1915 Hall
    Floors: 2 + basement
    Bathrooms: Basement
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Triples (male), singles, and doubles (female)
    Special Features: Laundry
  • 1922 Hall
    Floors: 2 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Single and double suites
    Special Features: Music room
  • 1927-Clapp Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: In-room, shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Double and quad suites
    Special Features: Laundry, game room
  • 1937 Hall
    Floors: 3 + Ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
  • 1938 Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
  • 1939 Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
  • 1940 Hall
    Floors: 3
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
  • 1941 Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
  • 1942 Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
    Special Features: Computer cluster
  • 2 Dickinson Street
    Floors: 3 + lower level
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Vegetarian coop in the building, study area, laundry
  • 99 Alexander Street
    Floors: 2 + lower level
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: No, women only
    Residents: Forbes College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple
    Special Features: "Pink House," (literally a pink house) owned by the University; features a living room, dining room, and two kitchens
  • Blair Hall
    Floors: 4 + Basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Rocky College, Mathey College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Lounge, study rooms, Blair Arch, home of the famous Princeton a cappella arch singers
  • Bloomberg Hall
    Floors: 4
    Bathrooms: Shared by suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single suites
    Special Features: Laundry
  • Brown Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Kitchen
  • Campbell Hall
    Floors: 3 + Basement
    Bathrooms: Basement
    Coed: No, women only
    Residents: Mathey College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Fitness Room
  • Cuyler Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Basement
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad, suite
    Special Features: Kitchen
  • Dod Hall
    Floors: 5 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, triples
    Special Features: Kitchen, laundry, study rooms
  • Dodge-Osborn Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
    Special Features: Kitchen
  • Edwards Hall
    Floors: 5 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Mathey College
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Kitchen, computer cluster
  • Feinberg Hall
    Floors: 4 + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, suite
    Special Features: Laundry
  • Forbes Addition (Annex)
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Forbes College
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Kitchen, lounge, music room, computer cluster, laundry, darkroom, theater, TV room, cafe
  • Forbes Main Inn
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Forbes College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple
    Special Features: Kitchen, computer cluster, music room, laundry, theater, TV room, library
  • Foulke Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
  • Gauss Hall
    Floors: 2 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
    Special Features: Computer cluster
  • Hamilton Hall
    Floors: 2 + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Basement
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Mathey College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: College offices, conference room
  • Henry Hall
    Floors: 5 + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad, suite
    Special Features: Kitchen, laundry
  • Holder Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Basement, shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Rocky College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad, suites
    Special Features: Laundry, lounge, library
  • Joline Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement
    Bathrooms: Basement
    Coed: No, men only
    Residents: Mathey College
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Laundry
  • Laughlin Hall
    Floors: 3 + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by entryway
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Kitchen
  • Little Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Rocky
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Lounge, laundry
  • Lockhart Hall
    Floors: 4
    Bathrooms: Shared suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad suites ( up to 8- person rooms)
  • Lourie-Love Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Butler College
    Room Types: Single, double, suite
    Special Features: Laundry
  • Patton-Wright Hall
    Floors: 5 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad, suite
    Special Features: Laundry
  • Pyne Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclass
    Room Types: Single, double, triple, quad
    Special Features: Kitchen
  • Scully Hall
    Floors: 4
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor, in-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, quad
    Special Features: Kitchen, laundry rooms, air conditioning
  • Spelman Hall
    Floors: 4 + basement
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suites with ktchens, dining area, and bathroom
    Special Features: Married housing, laundry, vending
  • Walker Hall
    Floors: 3 + basement + ground floor
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen, Butler College, Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double, quad
  • Wilcox Hall
    Floors: Third floor of main Wilson College building
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Wilson College
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Dining hall
  • Witherspoon Hall
    Floors: 5 + basement
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Rocky College
    Room Types: Single, double, quad
    Special Features: Laundry kitchen, study rooms, lounge
学生投票

按下列主题给校园住宿打分 基于 40 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 总体建筑质量
  • 便利设施舒适度
  • 清洁度
  • 彩票系统
  • 是否临近教室
  • 居民社区
  • 社会氛围
  • 宽敞度
  • 规则执行的力度
  • 价值
校园质量
事实 & 统计
  • 服务性员工
    803
  • 校园规模
    500 acres
  • 学生中心
    Frist Campus Center
  • 校园图书馆
    Yes
  • 主要图书馆
    19
  • 凉快的地方
    • 1903 Courtyard
    • Café Vivian
    • Frist Dining Level
    • Wilson Courtyard
  • 校园里的酒吧
    None for underclassmen, but the grad school has a members-only club called the Debasement Bar in the basement of Pyne Tower in the Graduate College
  • 校内保龄球
    None
  • 校内咖啡馆
    Café Vivian
  • 校内电影院
    Frist Campus Center Film/Performance Theater in Frist Campus Center shows movies.
  • 学校俚语
    • Academic Advisor: The professor your residential college matches you with who will (hopefully) guide you through the stresses of distribution requirements and writing and foreign language requirements.
    • Alexander Beach: Central New Jersey's answer to a beach. The grassy area between Blair, Witherspoon, Alexander, and West College where students sun themselves.
    • Arch sing: Event in either Blair Arch or 1879 Arch during which a cappella groups serenade audiences with popular songs.
    • Bicker: The five-day period at the start of second semester during which sophomores wishing to join selective eating clubs go through a rush-like process in order to gain an invitation.
    • Big Three: Harvard, Princeton, and Yale; an issue mostly during football season.
    • Cane Spree: Traditional multi-sport competition held at end of second week of classes between freshmen and sophomores. Central event is cane wrestling between classes.
    • Cannon Green: Green behind Nassau Hall with cannon partially buried in the center. Location of coveted Big Three bonfire.
    • Carrel: Cell-like room located all around Firestone Library granted to pairs of seniors to give them a place to store books and other materials for their theses.
    • CJL: Center for Jewish Life.
    • Clapper: The part of the Nassau Hall bell that tradition requires the incoming class must capture each year. This tradition came to a halt when a member of the Class of 1995 fell from the bell tower in an attempt to steal the clapper.
    • Communiversity: Day-long event each April that tries to unify town and gown through activities along Nassau Street and on Nassau Green.
    • Dean's Date: The last day of reading period when all written course work is due. If a student cannot complete his work, he has to go see a dean. This is also one of the biggest nights out at the eating clubs.
    • Dei Sub Numine Viget: Princeton's motto in Latin. Translation: "Under God's Will She Flourishes."
    • Dinky: Two-car New Jersey train that connects Princeton to Princeton Junction.
    • Entryway: Section of a dorm or classroom building. Only way to get from one entryway to another is to go outside and back in again.
    • E-Quad: Engineering Quadrangle.
    • Fall Break: Week-long vacation at the end of fall term midterms.
    • Finals: Three-week period following the end of classes during January and May.
    • FitzRandolph Gate: Gate in front of Nassau Hall.
    • Freshman Week: Also called "frosh week." Time for sophomores and upperclassmen to settle in while freshmen attend events organized to help them learn more about campus life.
    • Frist: Short for Frist Campus Center, the student center.
    • Hoagie Haven: Also "the Haven." Famed eatery along Nassau Street that stays open late and offers cheap prices.
    • Honor Code: A Princeton institution that is taken very seriously. Students sign a pledge at the end of every paper and exam and are expected to turn in students who they witness cheating.
    • Hose: Reject from a bicker club.
    • Houseparties: Three-day party weekend at the end of spring semester. On Friday, students go to a formal, followed by a semi-formal on Saturday, and then Lawnparties on Sunday.
    • Independent: Upperclassman who is not a member of an eating club, University dining hall, or co-op.
    • JP: Short for junior paper, the independent paper to be completed by all A.B. students. Some A.B. departments only mandate one JP while others ask for two during the course of junior year.
    • Kiosk: Security booths at the top and bottom of Elm Drive. Drivers must obtain a parking permit here before being permitted to drive onto campus.
    • Lake Carnegie: Five mile man-made lake at the bottom of campus. Gift of Andrew Carnegie so that Princeton could have a crew team; the boathouse was given by a fellow Pittsburgher.
    • McCarter Theatre: Theater across University Place from the Dinky station. Hosts Triangle Club shows, public concerts, film series, and plays.
    • McCosh Hall: Major classroom facility for A.B. students.
    • Newman's Day: Popular student "holiday," April 24. Participating students try to drink 24 beers in 24 hours without going to sleep, vomiting, or missing class.
    • Nude Olympics: Now-banned tradition; sophomores would participate in naked frolicking in Holder courtyard during the first snowfall of the year.
    • Old Nassau: Nickname for Princeton University and title of Princeton's alma mater, which is sung at most campus events.
    • P/D/F: Short for Pass/Drop/Fail. Students are given four P/D/Fs to use during the course of their Princeton education. They can only use one at a time and adhere to the strict deadlines associated with this option.
    • P-rade: Annual procession of alumni down Elm Drive during Reunions.
    • Precept: Weekly mandatory supplement to lecture courses to go over problem sets, assignments, and readings. Led by professors or graduate students.
    • Proctor: Public Safety officer.
    • Prospect 11: Popular campus drinking challenge. Students must drink a beer at each of the eating clubs during the course of a night.
    • Prox: Also called PUID (Princeton University ID); allows students to unlock dorm doors, charge purchases at the Frist Campus Center, and gain admission to the library, athletic events, and eating clubs.
    • RA: Abbreviation for Resident Adviser, a junior or senior who helps freshmen get acclimated to life at Princeton
    • Reading period: Week-and-a-half period at the end of classes for students to work on independent work and catch up on reading before exams.
    • Reunions: Weekend before commencement when alumni gather on campus for activities such as the P-rade. Famous for its widespread consumption of Budweiser beer under  class tents.
    • Room draw: Computerized lottery that assigns draw times to students for picking rooms each spring for the following academic year. Students have tried for years to figure out how the draw is "randomized" with little success.
    • Suite: Common type of room on campus that at the very least includes a common room and two bedrooms. Some of the larger ones, which may house up to eleven students, have nicknames such as "the Zoo," "the Kitchen Suite," and "the Cuckoo's Nest."
    • Thesis: The biggest killjoy for each senior class until the spring deadline. All A.B. students must complete a senior thesis. While some engineering students may avoid a traditional thesis, they will not get past mandatory independent work. For most seniors, finishing thesis work becomes the major activity of their last spring break.
    • U-Store: Abbreviation for University Store, the campus bookstore. The U-Store is the only place where students can find the few rare appliances that are approved by the Fire Safety Code.
    • Wa: Short for the WaWa Food Market.
    • 'Zees: Short for advisees, the freshmen in an RA group. There are usually groups of approximately 15 to 20 'zees for each RA.
  • 传统
    • Baccalaureate Address: Baccalaureate is one of Princeton's most time-honored traditions. Originally referred to as a sermon, the Baccalaureate Address marks the end of Reunions and the start of Commencement activities for graduating seniors. Held in the University Chapel, recent speakers have included retiring Dean of Admission Fred Hargadon and e-Bay CEO Meg Whitman '77.
    • Beer Jackets: Traditionally made of white denim, beer jackets are part of the Reunions uniform for each class. This tradition began with a few members of the Class of 1912, who noticed that that the foam from their beers would spot their clothing. To avoid pricey cleaning charges, they developed the idea of a beer jacket, a jacket that could be worn to protect clothing from stains while drinking. The following year, the Class of 1913 adopted this tradition and wore their signature beer jackets throughout the spring. In recent times, the graduating class will vote on a design for their jacket, which is distributed during reading period of their final exam period.
    • Big Three Bonfire: The Bonfire is by no means a regular occurrence on Princeton's campus. According to tradition, a bonfire is to be built after Princeton's football team beats both Harvard and Yale, thus serving as a celebration of the much-coveted Big Three Title. Students construct the bonfire in the center of Cannon Green behind Nassau Hall.
    • Cane Spree: Organized to foster class spirit, Cane Spree is a series of athletic competitions pitting the entering freshman class and the sophomore class against each other. Traditionally, the event occurs at the end of the second week of classes. A tradition dating back to the 1860s, Cane Spree's competitions have changed, but the customary cane wrestling still remains. The victorious class gets the shirts from the other class.
    • Colors: Even after the Civil War, Princeton did not have official school colors. A member of the Class of 1869 suggested orange as a school color in honor of the Prince of Orange, William III of the House of Nassau, as Nassau Hall had been named for him. Orange was not adopted until Princeton students found success in a baseball game against Yale students while wearing badges with orange ribbons.
    • Commencement Season: Commencement season at Princeton takes almost a week, starting with the annual Reunions, which begin the Thursday before commencement. The alumni parade, the P-rade, takes place Saturday morning, and the alumni leave campus the following day in time for the Baccalaureate Address to the graduating seniors and their families. Monday is dedicated to Class Day exercises, departmental receptions, and senior prom. Recent Class Day speakers include such Bill Cosby and Jerry Seinfeld. On Tuesday, commencement exercises include an invocation, the Latin salutatory, the conferring of degrees, the valedictory, a speech from the University's president, and the singing of "Old Nassau" before graduates pass through FitzRandolph Gate.
    • FitzRandolph Gate: Across Nassau Green is the all-important Nassau Street, the so-called "main drag" through town. In order to get into town from Nassau Hall, students must pass through the infamous FitzRandolph Gate. Legend has it that any student who passes out of the Gate before graduation will not graduate with his class or at all. Students take this very seriously, and it has become a rite of passage for graduating seniors to walk out the gates at the end of their graduation ceremony, which is held every year on Nassau Green.
    • Honor Code: Princeton's Honor System was adopted in 1893 at the demand of students. Some technical changes have been made to the system over the years, but the essential principles still remain. Students take responsibility for their academic integrity and sign a pledge at the end of every paper and exam stating that they have neither given nor received assistance.
    • Locomotive: Princeton's oldest cheer, dating by some accounts from the 1890s, has the sound of a locomotive. It starts slowly and picks up speed and volume. This is a popular cheer during the annual P-rade.
    • Nude Olympics: Shortly after women began to enroll as Princeton undergraduates in the fall of 1969, the tradition of the Nude Olympics was born. During their sophomore year, the first completely coed class, the Class of 1973, participated in naked revelry in Holder Courtyard. Over the years, some aspects of the Nude Olympics have changed except for the central rules: the Nude Olympics would occur at midnight in Holder Courtyard during the first major snowfall of the year, and sophomores would participate. After much debate, the Nude Olympics was banned several years ago, and incoming students must sign a pledge agreeing not to participate.
    • Old Nassau: Princeton's alma mater is sung at the end of most campus events, including athletic events and Triangle shows. The song was composed by Harlan Page Peck, Class of 1862.
    • P-rade: Formally, the Alumni Parade-the P-rade-occurs the Saturday of class reunions. The 25th reunion class heads the parade, followed by each of alumni classes wearing their signature beer jackets. At the end of the P-rade, the graduating class runs onto Elm Drive to join the procession.
    • Reunions: Today, alumni Reunions are the biggest alumni event of the year. As a time for lecture series, class gifts, and fanfare, campus becomes a sea of orange and black. Classes identify themselves by way of banners, blazers, and beer jackets. With thousands of alumni returning each year, Reunions have become one of Budweiser's biggest events of the year, with sleeping quarters for alumni all over campus.
    • Theft of the Nassau Hall Clapper: The bell in the tower of Nassau Hall used to ring at 9 p.m. to signal the freshman curfew. On the nights that the bell did not sound, freshmen would be allowed to stay out later. As early as the 1860s, freshmen would steal the clapper, and the bell would have to rung with a hammer. Throughout the years, it became almost an expectation for the freshman class to steal the bell's clapper, but the reward changed. Eventually, a victorious theft of the clapper would lead to the cancellation of early classes. The tradition ended when a member of the Class of 1995 fell from the bell tower while trying to steal the clapper his freshman year.
  • 校园传说
    • A curse placed on the University when it was originally founded brought bad luck and death to all of the University presidents, which is why there were so many presidents in Princeton's first years.
    • Alexander Hall was originally designed as an architecture thesis. After the senior received an F on the thesis, he went on to become a wealthy architect and donated the building to Princeton on the condition that his thesis design would be used.
    • Butler College was designed in such a depressing manor to remind students of the horrors of the Holocaust, which explains the barbed-wire-esque structures atop each of the buildings.
    • James Buchanan Duke offered Princeton a large sum of money in the 1920s to change its name to Duke. When the University refused, he donated the money instead to Trinity College in North Carolina, which is why Duke is now called the Princeton of the South.
    • The black squirrels that roam around campus are a biology project gone wrong.
    • The eating clubs were formed to promote better understanding of gourmet food amongst the uncouth Princeton men.
  • 最喜欢做的事情
    Princeton students are avid sports fans, so football, basketball, ice hockey, and lacrosse games tend to draw huge student contingents. The Frist Campus Center is a popular place, as it houses an extensive dining facility, the campus coffeehouse Café Vivian, the campus movie theater, and vast classroom space. In addition to the performance space in Frist, many campus performance spaces are used on almost a weekly basis for the various dance groups, acting troupes, and a cappella groups on campus. Without even leaving campus, students can take a run around Carnegie Lake, go to a movie for $2, watch excellent live theater including the famous Triangle Club kick line (of cross-dressing men), work out in the state-of-the-art gym facilities, practice their musical instruments or have a music lesson, develop photos in one of several campus dark rooms, or sip a latte in the Campus Center’s Café Vivian, which is named for the wife of former University President Harold Shapiro.
  • 学生组织网站
  • 校内组织
    This is only a brief sampling of the clubs and organizations offered.
  • 提供的学生活动
    • Campus ministries
    • Choral groups
    • Concert band
    • Dance
    • Drama/theater
    • International student organization
    • Jazz band
    • Literary magazine
    • Marching band
    • Model UN
    • Music ensembles
    • Musical theater
    • Opera
    • Pep band
    • Radio station
    • Student government
    • Student newspaper
    • Student-run film society
    • Symphony orchestra
    • Yearbook
  • 后备军官训练队
    Air Force ROTC: Yes
    Navy ROTC: No
    Army ROTC: Yes
学生投票

在以下领域给校园设施打分 基于 26 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 娱乐
  • 教室
  • 计算机房
  • 食堂
  • 学校总体建筑
  • 绿色建筑
  • 住宅
  • 绿化地带
  • 图书馆
  • 建筑的现代性
  • 表演艺术
  • 科学实验室
  • 学生中心
  • 学生景点
  • 视觉艺术

你最喜欢的校园活动和传统是什么 基于 7 个问卷回复

  • 14% Big Three Bonfire
  • 14% P-rade
  • 14% Commencement Season
  • 10% FitzRandolph Gate
  • 5% Colors
  • 5% Honor Code
  • 5% Old Nassau
  • 5% Locomotive
  • 5% Beer Jackets
  • 5% Baccalaureate Address
  • 5% Orange and Black Ball
  • 5% Prince-toween
  • 5% Lawnparties
  • 5% Frosh Week
  • 0% Nude Olympics
  • 0% Theft of the Nassau Hall Clapper
  • 0% Reunions
  • 0% Cane Spree

你最喜欢在学校做的事情是什么 基于 6 个问卷回复

  • 33% Study breaks; off-campus class council study break
  • 33% Movie Nights at the Princeton Garden Theatre
  • 11% Blackbox is my semiannual tradition.
  • 11% Going to Labyrinth Books
  • 11% Following around Orange Key Tour Groups

对于身体残疾的学生学校是否友好? 基于 6 个问卷回复

  • 67% 非常友好,学校会竭尽所能来满足他们的所有需求。
  • 17% 很友好,他们的大部分需求都能够满足
  • 17% 挺友好的,学校采取了一些措施但是并不足够。
  • 0% 不友好,残疾学生被忽视了。

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community? 基于 21 个问卷回复

  • 33% 我很热爱我的学校并且为他骄傲。
  • 57% 我喜欢学校里的几乎每一样东西,但是我仍然希望这里有所变化。
  • 10% 学校很好,我们只是在这里接受教育而已。
  • 0% 我讨厌我的学校并且没有学校精神。
安全 & 健康
事实 & 统计
  • 校园犯罪
    • Aggravated Assault: 5
    • Arson: 7
    • Burglary: 58
    • Murder/Manslaughter: 0
    • Robbery: 0
    • Sex Offenses: 18
    • Vehicle Theft: 3
  • 保卫处
    911 (emergencies) (609) 258-3134 (non-emergencies)
  • 安全服务
    • Assault Prevention Education
    • Bike Lock Program
    • Bike Registration
    • Campus Shuttle Service
    • Emergency Phones
    • Escort Service
    • Laptop Registration
    • Operation ID
    • Rape Aggression Defense System (RAD)
  • 健康中心
    Monday 8:45 a.m.- 4:45 p.m., Tuesday 10:15 a.m.-4:45 p.m., Wednesday-Friday 8:45 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. Urgent care available daily 24 hours.
  • 健康服务
    • Alcohol and drug counseling
    • Allergy Clinic
    • Athletic Medicine
    • Eating Concerns Counseling,
    • Immunization Services
    • Outpatient and inpatient services
    • Sexual Harassment/Assault Resources and Education Program
    • Sexuality Education Counseling and Health Office (annual exams for women, care for infections and STDs, morning after pills, preconception advising, pregnancy testing and options, HIV and STD testing, discounted contraception)
    • TravelSmart Program Counseling Center (Individual & Group Counseling)
  • 托育服务
    No
  • Did You Know?
    • Historically, Princeton has had the lowest campus crime rate in the Ivy League.
    • Princeton has its own police force that patrols the campus 24 hours a day and is available to pick up students whenever necessary.
学生投票

你对下面归于校园内性侵的说法是否同意? 基于 13 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 酒精在校园内性侵扮演了重要角色。
  • 校园行政人员给性侵提供了好的环境。
  • 校园行政人员努力工作来防止性侵。
  • 朋友、同学或者自己曾经是校园或者校园附近受到过性侵。
  • 我们学校有解决性骚扰的快捷途径。
  • 校园性侵是一个很严重的问题。
  • 学生严肃看待校园性侵。

关于安全你关心什么? 基于 27 个问卷回复

  • 40% 没有
  • 17% 醉酒
  • 11% 性侵
  • 9% 学校里没有学生
  • 6% 校园附近的犯罪
  • 3% 寝室安全
  • 3% 毒品
  • 3% 没有急救电话
  • 3% 黑暗的小路
  • 3% 独自一人走路
  • 3% 抢劫或者偷窃
  • 0% 没有安全护送服务
  • 0% 没有强大的安保
  • 0% 学生间的暴力
  • 0% 团伙暴力

校园内的警察是否可见 基于 26 个问卷回复

  • 31% 经常看到并且愿意帮助学生。
  • 54% 在需要帮助的时候出现。
  • 15% 只是负责监管停车或者分发停车券
  • 0% 不是经常见到
  • 0% 我们有校园警察吗

你在学校里感到安全吗? 基于 28 个问卷回复

  • 93% 校园里非常安全
  • 4% 总体上是安全且舒适的,独自行走的时候
  • 4% 一群人在一起更安全
  • 0% 相对不是很安全。
停车场
事实 & 统计
  • 学生经常停车
    Yes
  • 新生是可以停车的?
    No
  • 大致的停车费用
    • $135 per year for automobiles
    • $50 per year for mopeds
  • 普通的停车券
    • Booting : $50, plus all outstanding charges
    • Towing: $70, plus all outstanding charges
    • Violations (e.g. parking outside of designated areas, parking without a valid decal, parking outside of a designated space): $20
  • Best Places to Find a Spot
    Lot 23
  • Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
    As long as you apply for a space early enough, no parking space in a student lot is unobtainable.
  • 获得停车许可
    Freshmen are not allowed to bring cars to school. Most undergrads who apply for parking permits get them. There are two student parking lots: one far from the main part of campus near Jadwin Gym and the other one slightly closer between the main part of campus and Lake Carnegie. To apply, students should go to the Parking Office in New South before the end of the academic year to obtain a pass for the upcoming year. The earlier a student applies, the most likely he or she is to get a space in the closer lot.
  • 停车服务
    Department of Public Safety
    A-Level, New South Hall
    (609) 258-3157
    web.princeton.edu/sites/tigercard/index.html
学生投票

按照下列话题给校园停车打分 基于 23 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 距离班级的距离
  • 到宿舍的距离
  • 找到停车点的容易程度
  • 强制停车
  • 许可证费用

离开学校停车的便利程度 基于 23 个问卷回复

  • 4% 免费的,并且经常有很多停车点。
  • 4% 免费的,但是很快就停满。
  • 17% 费用合理,并且经常有很多停车点
  • 61% 费用合理,但是很快就停满
  • 0% 价格合理,很容易找到停车点。
  • 13% 价格离谱,并且没有开放的停车点。
Technology
事实 & 统计
  • 无线连接
    Yes
  • 24小时的实验室
    Yes
    There are more than 15 24-hour labs.
  • 打印是否需要付费?
    No
  • 特殊的软件和硬件折扣
    Adobe Acrobat, After Effects, Illustrator, InDesign, PageMaker, PhotoShop; CorelDraw Graphics Suite, Vector Effects; FileMaker Pro; Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks MX, Flash MX, Freehand MX, ColdFusion MX Developer and Flash Player 6; Microsoft Office 10; Norton SystemWorks
  • 你知道吗
    • Princeton's Student Computer Initiative offers discounted desktop and laptop computers, both Windows and Mac, to students. Each student can take advantage of the prices once during his or her four years at Princeton.
    • Princeton's Department of Public Safety offers laptop registration in an effort to curb the rampant computer theft of the past few years.
    • The Office of Information Technology (OIT) offers "H-Drive" access to students so that undergraduates can access their files from any computer on the campus network.
学生投票

根据以下主题来给电脑打分 基于 35 个问卷回复

很弱
非常棒
  • 电脑实验室的可得性
  • 校园技术支持
  • 免费/打折的软件
  • 计算机实验室的数量
  • 打印的价格限制
  • 网络的可靠性
  • 网络速度
  • 教室和实验室的技术
  • 无线的可得性

带自己的电脑是否有必要? 基于 20 个问卷回复

  • 0% 不要浪费钱,校园里有足够的可以使用的电脑
  • 40% 对于学校里的功课是没有必要的,但是对于社交和娱乐很重要。
  • 60% 非常重要,尤其是在学期中实验室特别拥挤的时候。
  • 0% 学校给每个学生都提供了电脑
周边交通
事实 & 统计
  • 在城镇游玩的最好方式
    Because Princeton is so small, it is fastest to walk around town. If going to a particularly distant point, such as the Engineering Quad or one of the student parking lots, a bike is recommended.
  • Best Ways to Get to the Airport
    • How to Get There: NJ Transit offers a shuttle train, known locally as the "Dinky," between campus (across from McCarter Theatre) and Princeton Junction. At Princeton Junction, you may transfer to N.J. Transit's Northeast Corridor line northbound. Debark the train at New York Penn Station and take the A or E subway to the airport. The total cost is around $12 each way. There are also shuttle buses that run between New York Penn Station and JFK for about $15 each way. Alternatively, for a few more dollars, you can pick up the Airporter at Dillon Gym for aournd $40 each way with only a transfer at Newark Airport. A cab ride to the airport costs $125 per car, plus tolls, parking, and gratuity
    • How to Get There: Take the Dinky Northeast Corridor line northbound. Debark the train at New York Penn Station and take New York Airport Service Express Bus or SuperShuttle to LaGuardia. The total cost is around $20 (New York Airport Service Express Bus) or around $25 (SuperShuttle).A cab ride to the airport costs around $130 per car, plus tolls, parking, and gratuity
    • How to Get There: Take the Dinky Northeast Corridor line northbound. Debark the train at Newark Liberty International Airport and transfer to the AirTrain monorail. Alternatively, for a few more dollars, you can pick up the Airporter at Dillon Gym for around $20 each way. A cab ride to the airport costs $80 per car, plus tolls, parking, and gratuity.
    • How to Get There: Take the Dinky Northeast Corridor line southbound, which will end in two stops at Trenton station. Transfer to the SEPTA R7 train to Philadelphia 30th Street Station. Take SEPTA R1 train from 30th Street to the airport. Alternatively, take the Dinky to Princeton Junction and take an Amtrak to Philadelphia 30th Street Station before picking up the SEPTA R1 train. The total cost is about $18. A cab ride to the airport costs $83 per car, plus parking, and gratuity.
Campus Shuttle
  • Dial-a-Ride

    (from campus dial 8-3134)

    Monday-Sunday, 10:40 p.m.-2 a.m.,

  • 校园短途巴士

    (Tiger Tram and Blue Line Monday-Friday, 5 a.m.-9 p.m., Green Line, Monday-Friday 7:35 a.m.-11:30 p.m.)

  • Trains

    The Dinky, a two-car shuttle train run by New Jersey Transit, connects Princeton and Princeton Junction. The Dinky station is located across University Place from McCarter Theatre and is adjacent to the WaWa.

  • New Jersey Transit

    The 606 route runs from the Princeton Shopping Center on North Harrison Street, along Nassau Street, then south on U.S. 206 to downtown Trenton and its eastern suburbs. Stops include the Lawrenceville School, Rider University, the New Jersey State Capitol, New Jersey State Library, and New Jersey State Museum, and many Mercer County government offices. This bus line also connects in downtown Trenton to most other bus lines in the county. Fare to Rider University is around $1.75 each way; to downtown Trenton it is around $2.10 each way, exact amount required. Transfers are an additional 55 cents. Approximate time to downtown Trenton is 30-35 minutes.

  • Newark Liberty International Airport

    Newark Airport is 40 miles and approximately 45 minutes driving time from Princeton.

    (973) 961-6000

  • Philadelphia International Airport

    Philadelphia International Airport is 55 miles and about an hour driving time from Princeton.

    (215) 937-6937

  • JFK International Airport

    JFK is primarily a Manhattan airport and is not as accessible as Newark Airport.

    (718) 244-4444

  • LaGuardia International Airport

    LaGuardia is primarily a Manhattan airport and is not as accessible as Newark Airport.

    (718) 533-3400

  • Greyhound

    Buy a ticket to Princeton at the Suburban Transit ticket counter; A round-trip ticket is $21.

    41st St. & 8th Ave., New York

    (212) 564-8484

  • Amtrak

    The Amtrak Train Station is in Princeton Junction, which is accessible by N.J. Transit's Princeton Dinky shuttle.

    2 Wallace Rd., Princeton Junction

    (800) 872-7245

    www.amtrak.com

学生投票

给下列交通打分 基于 13 个问卷回复

不适用
自由
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列交通的便利程度打分 基于 13 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列长途从家到学校的交通工具打分 基于 18 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 飞机
  • 长途汽车
  • 长途火车
  • 共乘

学校提供的交通工具的便利程度 基于 32 个问卷回复

  • 56% 非常易得,列数多且有很多停靠点
  • 28% 比较方便的,时间通常与上课时间对上
  • 16% 有点不好用,接的次数和停靠点不是很方便
  • 0% 很难使用,一点也不可靠也不便捷
  • 0% 没有

在学校里有自己的车是否是必要的 基于 33 个问卷回复

  • 0% 校园很大,所以学生需要依赖一辆汽车
  • 6% 公交总是不可靠,所以需要一辆车
  • 33% 学生通常步行或乘公交,但是汽车对于外出很棒
  • 55% 汽车毫无存在价值,你可以在步行距离内完成所有的事情
  • 6% 你不能有车

去周边城镇是否方便 基于 33 个问卷回复

  • 52% 很容易
  • 42% 相对容易
  • 6% 相对困难
  • 0% 很困难

环境 & 氛围

当地
事实 & 统计
  • 名胜古迹
    • Albert Einstein's House
    • Art Museum
    • Bainbridge House
    • Drumthwacket
    • Firestone Library
    • Grounds for Sculpture
    • Morven
    • Nassau Hall
    • Paul Robeson's House
    • Princeton Cemetery
    • Rockingham, General Washington's Headquarters
    • University Chapel
    • Westland, Grover Cleveland's House
  • 购物中心
    • Marketfair
    • Princeton Forrestal Village
    • Princeton Shopping Center
    • Quakerbridge Mall
  • 电影院
    Quakerbridge Mall
    113 Quakerbridge Mall
    (609) 275-8822
  • 主要体育队伍
    • New Jersey Devils: hockey
    • New Jersey Nets: basketball
    • New York Knicks: basketball
    • New York Mets: baseball
    • New York Rangers: hockey
    • New York Yankees: baseball
    • Philadelphia Flyers: hockey
    • Philadelphia Phillies: baseball
  • 距离主要城市的路程
    • New York City: NY: 1 hour
    • Philadelphia: PA: 1 hour
学生投票

根据以下话题给当地氛围打分 基于 28 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 生活成本
  • 食堂
  • 当地人对学生的友好程度
  • 博物馆的吸引程度
  • 夜生活
  • 停车
  • 娱乐
  • 职业运动
  • 安全
  • 景色
  • 购物
  • 交通

你们学校的当地氛围如何 基于 30 个问卷回复

  • 0% 城市生活很棒,这里经常有很多有趣的事情发生。
  • 13% 多样性的城镇,没有大城市,但是有足够多的与校园不相关的活动。
  • 70% 很有魅力的小镇。
  • 17% 在大城市附近,但是离开学校没啥好玩的。
  • 0% 挺偏僻的

与其他大学靠近吗?之间有交流吗? 基于 30 个问卷回复

  • 7% 这附近有很多经常交流的学校和学生
  • 70% 附近有学校,但是学生不交流
  • 23% 附近没啥学校

你觉得自己毕业之后会留下来吗? 基于 30 个问卷回复

  • 13% 完全会
  • 33% 如果我找到好工作就留下来
  • 53% 完全不可能
周边饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最爱
    • Annex Restaurant
    • Golden Orchid
    • Hoagie Haven
    • Olives Deli & Bakery
    • Panera Bread Bakery and Café
    • PJ's Pancake House
    • Sakura Express
    • Small World Coffee
    • Teresa's Cafe Italiano
    • Thai Village
    • Thomas Sweet Ice Cream
    • Triumph Brewing Company
  • 24小时餐馆
    None, unless you consider Wa Wa Food Market.
  • 最佳亚洲餐馆
    Golden Orchid
  • 最佳早餐
    PJ's Pancake House
  • Best Healthy
    Moondoggie Café
  • 最佳披萨
    Old World Pizza
  • 最佳翅膀
    Chuck's Spring Street Café
  • 和父母一起的最佳选择
    • Blue Point Grill
    • The Ferry House
    • Mediterra Restaurant
  • Did You Know?
    • With the recent influx of sushi restaurants, there are several "Princeton rolls" and "Tiger rolls" around town.
    • Some of the town's seafood restaurants, including the Blue Point Grill, have amazingly fresh fish, thanks to Nassau Street Seafood Market, which purchases its fish at the famous Fulton Fish Market in New York.
Grocery Stores
  • Wild Oats Community Market
    255 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-4993
  • Ajihei
    Food: Japanese
    11 Chambers St.
    (609) 252-1158
    Price: $10-$25
  • The Alchemist and Barrister
    Food: American
    28 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 924-5555
    Price: $10-$25
    Cool Features: Casual patio dining area, traditional pub
  • Annex Restaurant
    Food: American
    128 1/2 Nassau St.
    (609) 921-7555
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Happy hour food and drink specials, murals of Princeton in bar
  • Blue Point Grill
    Food: Seafood
    258 Nassau St.
    (609) 921-1211
    Price: $15-$30
    Cool Features: Fish fresh from adjacent Nassau Street Seafood Market
  • Bucks County Coffee Company
    Food: Coffee, bakery, sandwiches
    5 Palmer Square W.
    (609) 497-6877
    Price: $2-$5
  • Burger King
    Food: Fast food
    21 State Rd.
    (609) 730-0999
    www.burgerking.com
    Price: $2-$5
  • Carousel Luncheonette
    Food: American
    260 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-2677
    Price: $5-$10
  • Chez Alice
    Food: Bakery, salads, sandwiches
    254 Nassau St.
    (609) 921-6707
    Price: $5-$10
  • Chuck's Spring Street Café
    Food: American
    16 Spring St.
    (609) 921-0027
    Price: $5-$10
  • Cox's Market
    Food: Deli
    180 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-6269
    Price: $2-$5
  • The Ferry House
    Food: American, French
    32 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 924-2488
    www.theferryhouse.com
    Price: $20-$40
  • George's Roasters and Ribs
    Food: American
    244 Nassau St.
    (609) 252-0419
    Price: $5-$10
  • Golden Orchid
    Food: Chinese
    238 Nassau St.
    (609) 921-2388
    Price: $8-$15
  • Halo Pub
    Food: Ice cream, coffee
    9 Hulfish St.
    (609) 921-1710
    Price: $2-$5
  • Hoagie Haven
    Food: Sandwiches
    242 Nassau St.
    (609) 921-7723
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Local landmark
  • Ichiban Japanese Cuisine
    Food: Japanese
    66 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 683-8323
    Price: $15-$25
  • JB Winberie Restaurant & Bar
    Food: American
    1 Palmer Square E., # 1
    (609) 921-0700
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Popular place for brunch
  • Kalluri Corner
    Food: Indian
    235A Nassau St.
    (609) 688-8923
    Price: $10-$20
  • Karen's Chinese Restaurant
    Food: Chinese
    36 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 683-1968
    Price: $8-$15
  • La Mezzaluna
    Food: Italian
    25 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 688-8515
    Price: $20-$40
  • Le Plumet Royal
    Food: French
    20 Bayard Lane
    (609) 921-0050
    www.peacockinn.com
    Price: $20-$40
  • Masala Grill
    Food: Indian
    15 Chambers St.
    (609) 921-0500
    Price: $10-$20
  • Mediterra Restaurant
    Food: Continental
    29 Hulfish St.
    (609) 252-9680
    www.mediterrarestaurant.com/
    Price: $20-$40
  • Moondoggie Café
    Food: Sandwiches, salads
    33 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 252-0300
    Price: $5-$10
  • Nassau Bagel Bakery
    Food: Bagels, Japanese
    179 Nassau St.
    (609) 497-3275
    Price: $5-$20
  • Old World Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    242 1/2 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-9321
    Price: $5-$10
  • Olives Deli & Bakery
    Food: Greek, deli, bakery
    22 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 921-1569
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Warm chocolate chip cookies, takeout only
  • Panera Bread
    Food: Bread, sandwiches, salads, coffee
    136 Nassau St.
    (609) 683-5222
    www.panerabread.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Free coffee refills, free bread samples
  • PJ's Pancake House
    Food: Pancakes
    154 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-1353
    www.pancakes.com
    Price: $5-$10
  • Red Onion
    Food: Deli
    20 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-6667
    Price: $2-$5
  • Sakura Express
    Food: Japanese
    43 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 430-1180
    Price: $8-$15
  • Small World Coffee
    Food: Coffee, soups, salads
    14 Witherspoon St.
    (609) 924-4377
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Coffee saver card, local landmark, pictureson the wall of customers who have traveled the world
  • Soonja's Café with Sushi
    Food: Chinese, Japanese, Thai
    242 Alexander St.
    (609) 924-9260
    Price: $8-$15
  • Teresa's Café Italiano
    Food: Italian
    21 Palmer Square E.
    (609) 921-1974
    Price: $10-$20
  • Thai Village
    Food: Thai
    235 Nassau St.
    (609) 683-3896
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Party room
  • Thomas Sweet Ice Cream
    Food: Ice cream and chocolate
    183 Nassau St.
    (609) 683-8720
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Homemade ice cream, Two-for-Tuesday specials during the school year
  • Tiger Noodles
    Food: Chinese
    260 Nassau St.
    (609) 252-0663
    Price: $8-$15
  • Tortuga's Mexican Village
    Food: Mexican
    42 Leigh Ave.
    (609) 924-5143
    Price: $8-$15
  • Triumph Brewing Company
    Food: American
    138 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-7855
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Frequent live entertainment, tours of the brewery offered
  • Victor's Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    86 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-5515
    Price: $2-$5
  • Yankee Doodle Tap Room
    Food: American
    10 Palmer Square E.
    (609) 921-7500
    Price: $15-$25
  • Zorba's Grill
    Food: Greek
    183 Nassau St.
    (609) 924-2454
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Takeout only
学生投票

按照下列主题给校外餐厅打分 基于 32 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 价格
  • 便利
  • 健康有机的选择
  • 深夜选择
  • 品质
  • 学生折扣
  • 选择的种类
  • 素食主义者

你如何给校外餐厅的多样性打分 基于 35 个问卷回复

  • 46% 当地特色很多样性
  • 46% 足够多的种类,不至于腻味
  • 0% 只要连锁餐厅和快餐
  • 9% 少数食物的无尽重复
周边住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 住在校外的学生
    2%
  • 租房的最佳时间
    Spring
  • 流行的地区
    • Princeton
    • Princeton Junction
  • 平均租金
    • 1 BR: $1,100
    • 2 BR: $1,570
    • Studio: $825
学生投票

按照下列主题来给校外住宿打分 基于 26 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 可得性
  • 成本
  • 获得的便利程度
  • 房东
  • 停车
  • 到学校的距离
  • 到公共交通的距离
  • 购物的距离
  • 质量
  • 安全
  • 多样性

校外附近住宿如何,值得吗? 基于 26 个问卷回复

  • 4% 完全值得,很容易就找到地方了,而且价格也是合理的。
  • 8% 价格和可得性不是很好,但是附加的自由还是很值得的。
  • 31% 高价或限制性的选择让很多学生住校。
  • 58% 不值得那么费事还有花费的代价,每个人都住在学校。

学校帮学生在校外找住宿是否有帮助? 基于 26 个问卷回复

  • 12% 非常有帮助。
  • 23% 有一些帮助。
  • 54% 不是很有帮助。
  • 12% 学校不允许学生住校外。
聚会场合
事实 & 统计
  • 主要有夜生活的地方
    The Street (Prospect Avenue)
  • 学生最爱
    • The Annex Restaurant
    • Cap and Gown Club
    • Colonial Club
    • Cottage Club
    • Tiger Inn
    • Tower Club
    • Triumph Brewing Company
  • 最喜欢的喝酒游戏
    • Beer pong
    • Beirut
    • Flip cup
    • Quarters
  • 关门时间
    12 a.m.-2 a.m.
  • 喝酒最便宜的地方
    Anywhere on the Street
  • 组织聚会
    Most student groups and athletic teams have parties during the academic year. These parties are primarily closed and used to recruit more members or bond with the existing ones. A Chinese restaurant called Good Friends in the adjacent Princeton Junction is a popular venue for such parties, as the alternative venues are rented eating clubs and campus suites.
  • Did You Know?
    One of the questions most frequently posed to Princeton students is: "What is an eating club?" Contrary to popular belief, an eating club is not Princeton's answer to student country clubs. Today, Princeton's eating clubs are a collection of ten clubhouses, most of which line Prospect Street. They provide upperclassmen with a place to eat and socialize. Originally, nineteenth century eating clubs sprouted up to provide upperclassmen with eating options other than the then-atrocious University dining facilities.
Club Listings
  • Quadrangle Club (1901)

    Type: Sign-In. Constantly seeking alternatives to DJs, Quad tends to favor live bands, including Lifehouse, as well as some local bands.

    33 Prospect Ave.

    Princeton

    (609) 258-0375

    quadrangleclub.org/index.php

  • Ivy Club (1879)

    Type: Bicker. Ivy has always had the reputation for being the stomping grounds of Princeton's social aristocracy. While it is the only eating club whose members are served dinner on a nightly basis, using tablecloths nonetheless, its events are generally open to all students. Popular events include the annual T.I.-Ivy Olympics.

    43 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 924-2236

    www.princeton.edu/~thevine

  • Terrace Club (1904)

    Type: Sign-In. Terrace provides an alternative environment to the other eating clubs. Not only is it the only club not located along Prospect, but it is the only club that permits cigarette smoking in the dining room. The tap room is painted black, and members tend to be a bit more artsy than the average Princeton student.

    62 Washington Rd.

    Princeton

    (609) 258-1380

    www.princeton.edu/~terrace

  • Tower Club (1902)

    Type: Bicker. Tower is home to the majority of the campus politicians and thespians as well as some of the best desserts on the Street. The deck in the backyard allows Tower to throw parties almost every night during Freshman Week before most clubs are open. Members can elect to pay dues based on how much alcohol they consume. Those who claim to be "heavy drinkers" often can be found playing on one of the several Beirut tables in the tap room.

    13 Prospect Ave.

    Princeton

    (609) 924-0473

    www.princeton.edu/~tower

  • Tiger Inn (1890)

    Type: Bicker. Tiger Inn, or T.I., is the closest thing Princeton has to Animal House. Drawing from some of the more notoriously rowdy athletic teams, such as the men's lacrosse and wrestling teams, and Greek organizations, T.I. is the best place for late night partying. Many legends surround the T.I. cuisine, usually noting how members chose to eat hot dogs for a month rather than to go without Beast for the last month of school.

    48 Prospect Ave.

    Princeton

    (609) 924-0255

    www.princeton.edu/~tigerinn

  • Charter Club (1901)

    Type: Sign-In. Charter used to be home to the majority of the University's engineers because of its proximity to the E-Quad, but its weekly pub nights and quality food have enabled the membership to expand. Charter members favor live bands to weekly DJs, and recent acts have included American Hi-Fi.

    79 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 924-2433

    www.princeton.edu/~charter

  • Cap & Gown Club (1890)

    Type: Bicker. Cap & Gown Club (Cap) is generally the club athletes join-especially the track and field, softball, football, and field hockey teams-but it is starting to diversify to include more campus groups. Cap easily has the best salad bar on the Street (Prospect Avenue). Noted alumni include Dean Cain '88 and Brooke Shields '87.

    61 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 921-9795

    www.princeton.edu/~capgown

  • Cloister Inn (1912)

    Type: Sign-In. Also known as the "boaters and floaters" club, Cloister's hot tub and healthy cuisine draws students primarily from the crew and swim teams. Popular events include "Boaters vs. Floaters" races and competitions. Aside from the notorious Cloister hot tub, the outgoing officers brought in a mechanical bull to celebrate sign-ins week.

    65 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 258-1380

    www.princeton.edu/~cloister

  • Cottage Club (1886)

    Type: Bicker. Modeled as a combination of a country cottage and an urban clubhouse, Cottage has tried in recent years to receive historic site status because of its role in the literature of former member F. Scott Fitzgerald '17, who wrote sections of This Side of Paradise in Cottage's library, as well as its famous alumni, including former Senator Bill Bradley '65. Cottage's membership is primarily composed of student athletes as members of the Greek community.

    51 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 921-6137

    www.princeton.edu/~cotclub

  • Colonial Club (1891)

    Type: Sign-In. After almost folding in 2000, Colonial Club was taken over by members of the Class of 2002 and has enjoyed a soaring membership in the past few years. Bragging weekly pub nights with homemade pizza and quesadillas, Colonial provides a combination of members-only events, such as an annual wine tasting, as well as open events, including a bevy of opportunities to see DJ Bob.

    40 Prospect Ave.

    (609) 924-0255

    www.colonialclub.com

  • JB Winberie Restaurant & Bar

    Winberie's is popular with local thirty-somethings at happy hour, but the bar is not a regular hang out for University undergrads. The bar is only a small component of Winberie's, which means that it gets crowded easily.

    1 Palmer Sq.E.

    Princeton

    (609) 921-0700

  • Triumph Brewing Company

    While the beer and cocktails may be more expensive than what other bars in town have to offer, the atmosphere at Triumph is worth the cost. Whereas Winberie's is popular for young professionals in their 30s, local twenty-somethings flock to Triumph. The beer is made on-site, and the food is fantastic.

    138 Nassau St.

    Princeton

    (609) 924-7855

  • Yankee Doodle Tap Room

    Most students will not go to the Yankee Doodle Tap Room during their undergraduate career, as it is mostly Nassau Inn patrons who go there. The cocktails are relatively expensive for a student budget, and it has the definite feel of a hotel bar.

    10 Palmer Sq. E.

    Princeton

    (609) 921-7500

  • The Annex Restaurant

    Because of its proximity to Firestone Library, the Annex is popular with both students and faculty. The food and drinks are affordable, and the happy hour specials are difficult to pass. The Annex also hosts pub nights for the senior class each year.

    128 1/2 Nassau St.

    Princeton

    (609) 921-7555

  • Debasement Bar

    D-Bar, in the basement of Pyne Tower, is a student-run, members-only bar for Graduate College students. One of the only non-profit bars in the country, the D-bar offers cheap drinks (everything is sold at cost), live music, DJs, and karaoke.

    Pyne Hall

    On campus

    www.princeton.edu/~dbar/

  • Ivy Inn

    The Ivy Inn, not to be confused with the Ivy Club, is conveniently adjacent to Hoagie Haven. Featuring nightly specials, the Ivy Inn does not even pretend to have any class, and it is a good place to go as an alternative to the Street.

    248 Nassau St.

    Princeton

    (609) 921-8555

  • Even if you are under 21, you can sometimes gain admission to Princeton's eating clubs, but they sometimes check IDs before serving alcohol. Princeton itself provides Blackbox Inc., a nightclub in the basement of Wilson college for students only. They throw theme parties and have live music, but serve only non-alcoholic drinks.

学生投票

按照下列主题给校外的酒吧打分 基于 19 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 去很方便
  • 费用不高
  • 到学校的距离
  • 喝酒的价格
  • 有趣
  • 选择的多样性

学校里的party是怎样的 基于 25 个问卷回复

  • 4% 每天都有不眠之夜的聚会
  • 68% 从周三到周六有很多选择
  • 12% 只有周末在一些比较正式的家庭聚会
  • 8% 好的聚会很少且遥远
  • 8% 聚会,那是什么

每年最大的聚会是什么? 基于 16 个问卷回复

  • 62% Lawnparties
  • 38% Reunions! (but for current students, lawnparties)
气候 & 天气
事实 & 统计
  • 平均温度
    Spring - High: 61 °F
    Spring - Low: 40 °F
    Summer - High: 83 °F
    Summer - Low: 61 °F
    Fall - High: 65 °F
    Fall - Low: 44 °F
    Winter - High: 41 °F
    Winter - Low: 23 °F
  • 平均降水
    Spring: 4.10 in./month
    Summer: 4.59 in./month
    Fall: 3.79 in./month
    Winter: 3.41 in./month