Students can choose from more than 37 majors (called concentrations) as well as 55 certificate programs (minors). View full list here.
The student-to-faculty ratio is 5:1.
First-year students take Freshman Seminars as an introduction to academic writing and intellectual inquiry.
Students have the opportunity to pursue independent academic research under the guidance of a faculty member.
Pre-professional advising is available for students interested in pursuing careers in the health professions and law.
The Novogratz Bridge Year Program is a nine-month, tuition-free program that allows newly admitted undergraduates the opportunity to begin their Princeton experience with a year of public service abroad at one of five international locations.