Princeton Athletics held its second “Tiger Athletics Give Day”, a 24-hour online giving competition, on Dec. 1 – with the theme of “Show Your Stripes” - and the final totals reveal a nearly 50% jump in total dollars raised from the first one.
In the spirit of the season, we invite you to view a special Princeton video, which we hope will evoke for you the experiences and associations that span generations and strengthen our connections to Princeton and to each other.
Princeton’s scientists are conducting research with real-world impact, pursuing solutions that can improve human health, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, safeguard the environment, and help unravel the mysteries of the universe.
Matthew Kritz dreamed of coming to Princeton. He worked hard, got accepted, but worried that the expense might derail his dream. The University’s generous scholarship donors eliminated that concern. He is among the roughly 60 percent of undergraduates who are Princetonians thanks to financial aid, which is funded primarily by scholarship gifts.
China—home to the largest population and second largest economy in the world—is the only superpower that is still in the process of being defined both domestically and internationally. The scope and speed of its transformation from an isolated, largely agrarian nation to one of great economic and political power is unprecedented in human history.
For over 75 years, Annual Giving support has touched every part of campus life. From exams in McCosh 50, to football practice, to dinner in Procter Hall, see how the Princeton experience has evolved and endured.
Since it opened in 1948, Firestone Library has played a central role in the lives of undergraduates, graduate students, faculty members, and visiting scholars. Now, a major renovation is infusing Firestone Library with new life. With the support of alumni and friends, the University is creating a more open and welcoming building that supports contemporary approaches to scholarship while honoring Firestone’s historic character.