Welcome to all incoming graduate students! As we start planning for the fall semester, all undergraduate and graduate students should plan to be on-campus for in-person instruction for the coming 2022-23 academic year. Please check back here for frequent updates. Onboarding Portal The Onboarding Portal for incoming students is now open. You will log into the Portal using your application user name and password. Required Tasks for all Admitted Students Final Transcripts Submit final official transcripts from each institution where a degree was earned by August 20. Immunizations & University Health Services Forms Access the Student Health Portal to complete your medical history and immunization record prior to arrival. I-9: Employment Eligibility Verification Complete the I-9 eligibility verification form, which is required of all incoming graduate students. Other items of note: Semester Sign-In: Visit the Academics section for details and deadlines Submit photograph for photo ID Submit a resume or curriculum vitae to the Office of Stewardship by emailing [email protected] (Deadline August 20) Additional Tasks (if applicable) Submit a Disabilities Questionnaire The Office of Disability Services (ODS) provides academic support services for students with disabilities. Students who are requesting academic accommodations should first be registered with ODS. To self-identify a disability, please complete the Request for Accommodation Form on the ODS homepage. The disabilities form should be returned to: Office of Disability Services ATTN: Elizabeth Erickson, Director 241 Frist Campus Center Princeton, NJ 08544 Any questions regarding the disabilities form can be directed to the Office of Disability Services at 609-258-8840 or [email protected]. Other items of note: Register for the Summer Language Program (Deadline: April 16) Complete external fellowship form Tasks for International Students Davis International Center & Visas The Davis International Center (Davis IC) is the primary resource for matters related to immigration regulatory advising and processing, cultural adjustment, social enrichment and assistance with practical matters related to living in the United States. Any questions regarding visa documents, or any other immigration questions, can be directed to the Davis International Center at 609-258-5006 or [email protected]. An international degree-seeking student intending to study at Princeton University on a student visa is required to complete and return the Application for Visa Certificate to the Davis IC to request a visa eligibility document. A welcome email with instructions will be sent to your Princeton email within a few days after you accept your offer. Please visit the Davis IC website for more information on submitting your request through the TigerNav online portal. When the academic department or program confirms the program start date, a visa eligibility document will be issued (I-20 for F-1 students or DS-2019 for J-1 students) to apply for a student visa at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate abroad and to enter the United States. Preparing for Arrival Review COVID and travel requirements for students arriving to Princeton. Get to Campus and get oriented to Princeton using the interactive Campus Map. Investigate the Car-Free Guide to Princeton University, which highlights ways to get around on- and off-campus. Move-In & Parking Campus Housing: Find move in / out details, and view useful resources for incoming & current students. Transportation & Parking: Find info on Getting Around Campus, including TigerShuttle schedules, bike info, carshares, and commuter discounts. Orientation Get to know the Princeton Graduate School over two days of conversations and activities. Graduate School Two-Day Orientation: Wednesday, August 31 & Thursday, September 1 International Graduate Student Orientation: Friday, September 2 Campus Partners & Resources Princeton offers a variety of resources to support graduate students. Visit the Student Experience and Academics sections to learn more.