Welcome to the Graduate School at Princeton University
For Ph.D. students, Princeton provides full financial support for all years of regular program enrollment contingent on satisfactory academic performance.
Students across all divisions are also encouraged to pursue opportunities to secure grants, fellowships, and other sources of external funding.
Below, please find some key areas of interest for prospective applicants considering applying to the Graduate School. For any questions, please contact the Admission staff.
Applying to Princeton
Explore our available information:
Check eligibility for:
- Prerequisite Test Scores
- Recommendation Letters
- Fall Semester Grades
- Statement of Academic Purpose
Submit an admission question:
Life at Princeton
Safety is important to Princeton University. In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”), all prospective and current employees and students are invited to read the University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report at: http://publicsafety.princeton.edu/clery/annual-safety-fire-reports. This Report outlines the University’s safety and security policies, crime prevention efforts, fire safety information, and statistics on certain crimes. A paper copy is available upon request at the Department of Public Safety, 200 Elm Drive, at the Communications Center window.