Other Ways to Engage

We invite you to contribute your experiences, passions, and expertise across campus and beyond.

Princeton graduate students play a key role in shaping the campus community. Below are just a few of our partners who regularly work with the Graduate School on programming.

Campus Centers and Religious Engagement

Carl Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding

Carl Fields Center works to empower, engage, and educate individuals and institutions within the University community to develop, implement, and support systems of inclusion. 

Davis International Center

The Davis International Center is committed to providing services and programs that support the growth, development, and welfare of international students and scholars on multiple levels: immigration regulatory advising and processing, cultural adjustment, social enrichment, and assistance with practical matters related to living in the U.S.

Gender + Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC)

GSRC fosters a supportive and inclusive campus community for women, femme, trans, and queer Princetonians through collaborative programming, education, advocacy, and mentorship.

Center for Jewish Life

The Center's mission is to cultivate friendship and Jewish community, inspire and nurture personal paths to Jewish identity, empower and mentor Jewish students, explore Life’s Big Questions, and promote wellbeing and happiness. 

Office of Religious Life (ORL)

ORL supports the practice and exploration of religions and spiritualities through the coordination of religious services, sacred text study, counseling, gatherings for anniversaries or crises, denominational chaplaincies, concerts, performances, and retreats, and provides opportunities for interreligious and cross-cultural engagement.

Civic Engagement

Pace Center for Civic Engagement

The Pace Center helps students make meaningful connections through learning, experience, and reflection in service and civic engagement.

Community House

The Community House works with families to support underrepresented youth through innovative programming that focuses on providing tools for academic success and enhancing social-emotional literacy. 

Student Volunteers Council

One of the largest student-run organizations at Princeton, the council supports impactful service organizations and empowers student leaders and volunteers via regular volunteering projects. 

Community and Regional Affairs

The Office serves as the primary liaison between the University and the communities in which it resides on a wide variety of local and regional issues. The office also partners with other campus and community organizations to facilitate service opportunities and initiatives for students, faculty, and staff.

Community Associates (CAs) are graduate students who are part of the Graduate School Student Affairs team. CAs help enhance graduate student life, build a sense of community among graduate students, and plan a variety of events and programs including service and volunteer opportunities. 


Tigers with Cubs

Tigers with Cubs is a graduate student organization for students with or expecting children. They provide opportunities to make new friends, discuss parenting resources, and organize events for parents and kids to meet.

Campus Engagement

Office of Wintersession and Campus Engagement (OWCE)

OWCE brings the entire Princeton University community together through Wintersession, a two-week experience that offers unexpected, active, and intriguing non-graded learning and growth opportunities. OWCE also creates new or enhances existing opportunities for campus engagement such as Princeton Research Day.