Spring 2021 website
This website outlines the University's academic and operational plans for the spring 2021 semester. In particular, it addresses questions that undergraduates and families may have about living and learning on and off campus. The University will continue to monitor public health guidance and state regulations and will update this website if plans change.
Public health information for the campus community, including COVID-19 testing, health and safety protocols, and quarantine and isolation guidelines, is available on Princeton COVID Resources.
President Eisgruber's message about spring 2021 plans
Princeton will invite all enrolled undergraduates and graduate students to campus for the spring 2021 semester. Undergraduates are not required to live on campus, as the University will continue to support remote learning for anyone who chooses it. The University believes that its preparatory planning, policies, and testing capacity will enable us to mitigate the risk of the pandemic appropriately. However, the University will continue to monitor developments related to the pandemic and will update plans for the spring if necessary.
Read President Christopher L. Eisgruber's Nov. 24 message to the University community about spring 2021.
Public Health Information
The new Princeton COVID Resources website gathers into one place a wide range of public health information about keeping one another safe during the pandemic, from testing protocols to travel advisories.
On Friday, April 9, Dean of the College Jill Dolan and VP for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun sent the below message to the Class of 2021:
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