Princeton University


The Princeton University is in Princeton, New Jersey. This institute is a private Ivy League research university. It is the oldest higher learning institute in the USA and was founded in 1746. Also, the University is among one of nine colonial institutes chartered before the American Revolution.

At Princeton University, students get an opportunity to study in a vibrant community that endeavours to fulfil the university's informal motto, "in the country's service and service of all nations". This university is unique in combining the qualities of an outstanding liberal arts college with the strengths of a major research university. Here students have access to top-notch, internationally renowned faculty with a student-faculty ratio of 5 to 1. This help students shape their dynamic academic experience.

The university is classified among R1: Doctoral Institutes with very high research activity. Based on data from 2020, Princeton University received around 250 million USD in sponsored research for its primary campus, with 81% coming from the government, 12% from the foundation, 5% from industry and 1% from the private sector and others.


Princeton educates around 8,500 students in the social science, arts, engineering and natural sciences at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The university hosts around 500 student clubs, organizations and several campus centres. American Whig-Cliosophic Society, created in 1765, is the oldest literary, political and debate society in the country. It is the oldest and largest student organization on campus. Princeton University has several publications and a radio station on campus. Daily Princetonian, also known as The Prince, was started in 1876, which makes it the second oldest college student newspaper in the country.

USG (Undergraduate Student Government) serves as Princeton University's student government. This government funds sponsors campus events, student organization events and represents the undergraduate student body when convening with administration and faculty.

A variety of recreational programs and physical education are provided by the university. The university supports organized athletics at three levels: club intercollegiate, varsity intercollegiate and intramural. Princeton University host 37 women's and men's varsity sports. In addition to that, it also hosts 37 club sports teams, which are open to all students of any skill level.


The university guarantees housing for students for all four years, with more than 98% of undergraduates living on campus. Sophomores and Freshmen need to live on campus, specifically in one of the University's six residential colleges.


Following are the global rankings of Princeton University.

  • By QS World Ranking, Princeton University ranks 16.
  • According to Times Higher Education Ranking, Princeton University ranks 7.
  • US News and World Report rank Princeton University at 16.


Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544, United States

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