Useful Advising Links

Links and Tools

Listed below are links to the websites and online tools that support your academic progress and will help you achieve your academic goals.

General Academic Links and Tools

TigerHub – The place where can update your personal information, register for the academic year, and add, drop, and swap courses.
Blackboard – Individual course web sites.
University Registrar
Academic Calendar
Academic Departments at Princeton
Academic Forms
Undergraduate Announcement
Office of the Dean of the College Academic Information – a succinct overview of undergraduate regulations, degree requirements, placement and standing, all of which can be found in more detail in the Undergraduate Announcement (see above).
Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities – a guide to policies of conduct affecting all members of the University.
Honor Code
Academic Integrity at Princeton – a philosophy statement and detailed guide to avoiding problems.

How do I? - Answers to common questions about courses, advising, and academic support 

General Academic Support 

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning - offers a number of academic support resources, including workshops on academic skills, individual learning strategy consultations, and group and individual tutoring in popular introductory courses
The Writing Center

Class-Specific Information and Support

Freshmen:
Freshman Action Plan: Getting Started at Princeton
Freshman Academic Guide
Freshman Seminars
Writing Program and Seminars  

Sophomores:
Sophomore Action Plan: Making Connections
Choosing a Major

Juniors:
Junior Action Plan: Clarify Your Goals
Writing a J.P.  

Seniors:
Senior Action Plan: The Thesis, and Life After Princeton 
The Thesis: Quintessentially Princeton
Archive of Senior Theses
 

Pre-Professional Advising

Law
Health Professions
Business
Education

Special Academic Opportunities and Funding

Study Abroad
Fellowship and Scholarship Information – Information on the range of grants available to students, including postgraduate fellowships such as the Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright.
The Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE) - a one-stop source of information about all University funding available for a wide variety of undergraduate academic, extra-curricular and co-curricular activities and projects. 



 

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