The University has invited all undergraduate and graduate students to campus for the spring term 2021. All faculty and staff who can work from home are being asked to continue to do so. In some instances, more employees will be needed to work on campus with greater regularity as the campus re-densifies. In the interest of public health, departments must keep the number of employees on-site to only what is required to meet operational needs. Please visit the Office of Human Resources website for information regarding how spring semester plans may impact staff and faculty, or contact your department manager for specific questions.
On Monday, March 29, Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni and Vice President for Human Resources Lianne Sullivan-Crowley sent the followi
On Thursday, March 18, Associate Provost for International Affairs and Operations Aly Kassam-Remtulla sent the below memo to the Princeton Uni
Vice President for Human Resources Lianne Sullivan-Crowley sent the below message to staff on Thursday, March 11:
Provost Deborah Prentice and Executive Vice President Treby Williams sent the below message to faculty and staff on Thursday, March 11:
Princeton University will reschedule Commencement 2021 to Sunday, May 16, with the goal of hostin
The University is dependent on vaccine supplies from the state of New Jersey, and does not yet have vaccine supplies in order to host on-campus clinics. In the meantime, faculty, staff, retirees and students are encouraged to seek vaccinations wherever they can, such as at state and county clinics, pharmacies or hospitals.
Vice President for Human Resources Lianne Sullivan-Crowley emailed staff members about undergraduates arriving on campus, working on campus and working remotely, vaccines, and other updates related to COVID-19.