Princeton University’s culture and unique characteristics are strengthened by its diversity. As articulated in the University’s Statement on Diversity and Inclusion, which was included in the University’s Report of the Trustee Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity, dated September 2013, “Princeton University is a community devoted to excellence in education and scholarship. We believe that only by including people with a broad range of experiences and perspectives are we able to realize our potential—to expand our capacity for teaching and learning, to increase opportunities for innovative research, and to equip students for lives of service and leadership in an increasingly pluralistic society. Thus, the goals of excellence and diversity are inextricably linked.”
In furtherance of these goals, the Access, Diversity and Inclusion Office provides two funding opportunities: the Graduate Student Support Fund (GSSF) and a select number of partial sixth year fellowships, the Hanna Fellowship.
Please click on the links below to learn more about each of these opportunities.