Many voices, one future, an inclusive Princeton, is Princeton's central resource for greater diversity and inclusion.
The Graduate School promotes access to a Princeton graduate education by partnering with academic departments to identify and admit the broadest and richest pool of scholars for its master’s/doctoral programs and supports students to achieve their full potential through mentorship, programming, and partnership with academic departments.
Staff members who share common backgrounds and interests may connect through employee resource groups. Supported by the Office of Human Resources, these groups serve to enhance engagement, productivity and a sense of connection to the University and fellow employees through skill enrichment and social programming.
The Graduate School provides support for the development and facilitation of both academic and community building events for students from groups historically underrepresented in graduate education. Our office sponsors a number of events and activities designed to benefit our students. Community building events are also sponsored by student affinity groups, with whom we work closely.
The NCFDD provides professional development, training, and mentorship opportunities to more than 83,000 members representing colleges and universities in the United States. As an institutional member, faculty members and academic professionals from all ranks can enroll in a free sub-account membership to get access to the center’s online resources which include workshops, webinars, and seminars on topics related to faculty life, such as increasing writing productivity, prioritizing and managing time, cultivating mentors, securing external funding, and maintaining work-life balance.
The Princeton University LGBT Center supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asecual students and employees by providing community-building, education, events and initatives.
The primary mission of the Princetonians of Color Network (PCN) is to serve its members by helping to create an environment of equity and respect that attracts and values diverse individuals who are encouraged to contribute their perspectives to the overall success of an institution that stands in service to society.
Latino Princetonians is a network of Latino and non-Latino staff that is committed to articulating the needs of its members on campus and to creating opportunities for connection in formal and informal settings. The group strives to create visibility regarding Latino staff matters and awareness about resources on campus and within the larger Princeton community.
The mission of the Women*s Center is to recognize and redress historic and persistent gender inequality at Princeton and beyond. To achieve this the Women*s Center helps students learn from the history of women’s and other movements for social equality, and empower them to identify systems that reproduce gender inequity in the present and to envision and create a more just future.
The Women in STEM Leadership Council is comprised of the leaders of various department women in STEM groups on campus and is convened by the Graduate School Diversity and Inclusion team. The goal of the council is to tackle problems graduate women in STEM face.
Tigers with Cubs is a group of Princeton University graduate students and postdocs with or expecting children.
At the Fields Center, diverse perspectives and experiences of race, class, gender and their intersections are supported and challenged, questioned and answered. These values are cultivated through the celebration of heritage months, dialogues and discussions, our Princeton University Mentoring Program (PUMP) and the Carl Fields Fellows peer educator program. Additionally, our Center’s student friendly space offers numerous opportunities for relaxation and engagement — comfy lounges, study breaks, movie nights, galas, festivals and more.
The Davis International Center offers specialized support for international students and scholars at Princeton University.
Offering a range of services, The Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable accommodations to support our students with disabilities. The Office of Disability Services also serves as a resource to the many University administrative units and academic departments that have responsibility for or obligations to accommodate faculty, staff and campus visitors with disabilities.
The Office of Religious Life helps Princeton University members to answer for themselves their own great questions of what to believe and how to live. We are available for individual counseling, discussions in classrooms or broader public settings, and other kinds of partnerships. We seek to engender the broadest kinds of exploration of religion, ethics, public policy, and community well-being.