University Centers and Offices
The Carl Fields Center strives to empower members of the University community as they seek to learn about self and understand the breadth of cultural and social differences among us. The Fields Center hosts dialogues and conversations about race and social justice, sponsors heritage celebration months, and events specifically focused on serving the graduate student body.
The Women*s Center strives to recognize and redress historic and persistent gender inequality at Princeton and beyond. The Center hosts a socials and support networks for graduate students as well a variety of other events and activities for graduate students of all genders.
The Kathryn W. and Shelby Cullom Davis International Center offers specialized support for international students and scholars including resources to help students adjust to life in the United States. In addition to providing immigration and tax advice, the Center supports programming for those new to living in the United States.
The McGraw Center offers programs and services for graduate students such as Pedagogy Workshops, Teaching Seminars, Academic Success Consultations, AI Orientation, and much more.
Offering a range of services, the Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable academic accommodations to support our students and serves as a resource to others requiring similar assistance.
The Office of Religious Life offers denominational chaplaincies and student groups who attend to the spiritual needs of students, staff, faculty, families, alumni, and friends through many opportunities for ritual observance, spiritual counseling, and engaging programming.
Counseling and Psychological Services support the psychological well-being of the Princeton University graduate community, including mind-body programs, individual counselling, couples counselling, and group counselling.
The Princeton Writing Program offers seminars, bootcamps, space, and a varirety of writing resources to help Graduate students at various stages of their writing.
The Center for Career Development helps Princeton students define a unique career and life vision, and then connect them in multidimensional, personalized ways to the resources, people, organizations and opportunities that will enable them to make their visions a reality.
The Princeton University Library serves the teaching, research and scholarly activities of the University faculty, students, and staff.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement makes service and civic engagement part of the Princeton graduate student experience and helps students to have a positive impact in the community through sustained volunteering, community immersion, student advocacy and activism, summer internships and post-graduate fellowships.
The Princeton University Ombuds Office is a neutral, confidential, independent and informal resource where any member of the Princeton University community can discuss a complaint, conflict, or problem.
Princeton University is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming educational and working environment for all members of its community. Consistent with these values and applicable law, including Title IX, the Clery Act and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, the University maintains a comprehensive program designed to protect members of the University community from discrimination on the basis of sex or gender.
The Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education (SHARE) office is a victim-centered, confidential resource on campus for the Princeton University community.