Mentorship and social and academic support are necessities for graduate school success.
Access, Diversity and Inclusion
At the Graduate School, we believe that demographic and intellectual diversity drives innovative research and discovery, it expands our capacity for teaching and learning, and it equips us for lives of leadership in an increasingly pluralistic society. To achieve our academic mission, therefore, requires Princeton to identify, attract, and develop the most promising individuals from as many segments of society as possible. To that end, we aspire to be a truly inclusive community in which individuals of every nationality, religion, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, political viewpoint, socioeconomic status, and veteran status can flourish.