Video feature: Resident graduate students live and learn with undergrads
by Office of Communications
At Princeton, resident graduate students are part of core advising groups within the six undergraduate residential colleges, helping to create the vibrant intellectual and social life within each college's network of students, faculty fellows and staff.
The resident graduate students live in a residential college suite, take meals in the dining hall, and spend about 10 hours a week with a group of advisees ("zees") through activities such as bike trips, whitewater rafting, film series, candle-making, and snack and study breaks. Read more.