Incoming Students for Fall 2022
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.
Princeton University requires all new incoming graduate students to receive, and provide proof of having received, a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO) prior to arrival. In addition, new incoming graduate students must receive a booster prior to arrival, or within 30 days after they become eligible. Students must upload their COVID19 record to the MYUHS portal.
Students, including international students with questions about how to receive an authorized vaccine, should visit the COVID Resources website for more information and answers to frequently asked questions.
- Graduate School Two Day Orientation
Wednesday, August 31 & Thursday, September 1
- International Graduate Student Orientation
Friday, September 2
The Onboarding Portal for incoming students is now open. You will log into the Portal using your application user name and password.
Information for International Students
- Check in with the Davis International Center , click on Immigration Check-In.
- Review the International Student Welcome Guide
- If required at the time of admission, the English Language Placement Test for Incoming Students will be held prior to enrollment. The English Language Program will contact you.
- International students who are not able to arrive by the start of the fall term due to travel or visa issues may request to defer enrollment to a later semester beginning August 15.
Arriving to Princeton
- Requirements for students arriving to Princeton
- Review Getting to Campus.
- Get oriented to Princeton by using the interactive Campus Map.
- If necessary, apply for a parking permit with Transportation & Parking Services.
- Move into Graduate Housing if applicable.
- Investigate Going Places - Car Free Guide Campus which provides methods to get off campus for shopping, activities, and more.
Graduate School Information
All incoming graduate students should take time to familiarize themselves with the Graduate School and the associated policies and practices.
- Complete Academic Year Sign-In
- Review Rights, Rules, Responsibilities.
- Princeton University's Academic Calendar
- Graduate School Degree Requirements
- Academic Policies
- Course Information
- Departmental Requirements
- Support Programs
- Graduate Student Accounts
- Graduate School Financial Support
- External Fellowships
- Loans and Financial Assistance
The Graduate School Community
Campus Partners and Resources
Princeton offers a variety of resources to support graduate students.