Studying at Princeton
We are a community of learning that is enriched by the wide range of experiences and perspectives of our students, faculty and staff. Undergraduate students benefit from the extraordinary resources of a world-class research institution dedicated to undergraduate teaching, while our graduate students engage in original and independent scholarship and research.
Learning to see fashion through a scholarly lens
The Princeton University Library system houses more than 10 million books, along with extensive digital holdings, in buildings across campus. Undergraduates, graduate students and faculty have access to a remarkable array of resources for their course work, independent research and scholarship.
Princeton is a global institution, and there are vast opportunities to learn and pursue research beyond the University's campus. Geographically extensive programs offer Princeton students and scholars many ways to connect.
We empower you to discover your interests and pursue your passions while studying at Princeton. Career Services can be a partner in your explorations, including through one-on-one guidance to help you plan your goals and achieve career success.