09-27-2014, 03:46 PM
Scholarships and Princeton University is a vibrant community of learning standing the service of the country and all the service of the nation. Charter in 1746, Princeton University is old to fourth in the United States. Bachelor of humanities, social science, natural science, engineering and independent in providing instructions, Princeton University is a coeducational institution, it was attended.
You are about to realize the transmission of knowledge and understanding and the highest level of distinction in the discovery as a prominent research university in Princeton. At the same time, Princeton is distinctive in research between universities of commitment to undergraduate education.
Today, I will tell the 2,600 graduate and undergraduate students of about 5,200 more than 1,100 teachers. By the generous financial assistance program of the university, talented students from economic background of all you can afford to buy a Princeton education.
Facts & figures
Graduate School was established in 1900 founded in; 1746
, 2013 President Christopher · l · Eisgruber - current; 20th President
Members of the movement meeting private universities, Ivy League
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
The building of 180 to 500 acres of grounds: the size of the main campus
University system of housing of college students living in campus 98%
(2014 Spring) 1,175: visit, including undergraduate, full-time, part-time
Undergraduate student faculty ratio: 6: 1
Prove an interdisciplinary program: 47
International situation of Applied Sciences School of Architecture, and engineering, and Woodrow Wilson public schools: school within the university
More than 14 million library holdings: Holding
Number of students: Another; 5,244 undergraduate; 7,910 Total 2,666 graduate (2013 -14)
Undergraduate enrollment rate in 2014-15: 7.4%
College students on financial aid: 60%
The average financial aid award for the class of 2018: $ 44,700
International students account for 11% of college students
Minorities in the United States, which accounts for 40% of the undergraduate student
July 1, 2013, Princeton University will be guided by. Eisgruber Christopher · l that was appointed president after he served as president for nine years. The value of the University Center for Human and public international relations of Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor and publicity laws as director of the program in 2001 to join Princeton University Eisgruber.
40 board members Princeton University trustees are responsible for the overall direction of the University. Oversees to oversee the investment of the donation capital budget, the university approved the operation and planning physical and long-term real estate campus. Trustees also will exercise the approval of changes in key policy and tuition, such as the employment cost of teachers as well as the admission and education programs with the prior review.
I will oversee the various aspects of university governance of directors of Corporation officers and academic Princeton University.
I will function as a forum for discussion of issues, is created in the 1969 Congress of the community of Princeton University. I will do the recommendations of the questions on the policy governing the impact on the welfare of the university community and the investigation of the CPUC. Chaired by the President, Board of graduate faculty, staff, and students.
President & CEO
Christopher · l · Eisgruber
Provost David S. Lee
Dean of Faculty Deborah Prentice
Dean, Graduate School of Sanjeev Kulkarni
Valerie Smith University Dean
Dean of research to Pablo
Applied Sciences H. Vincent Poor
Public and International Affairs Cecilia Rouse Woodrow Wilson Graduate School Dean
Dean of the School of Architecture Alejandro Zaera-Polo
Officer of the Corporation
Provost David S. Lee
Vice President and Secretary Robert k. Durkee-
Executive Vice President Treby · Williams
Financial and accounting Carolyn N. Ainsley Vice President
Vice President, Development of Elizabeth Boluch tree
Campus Life Cynthia Cherrey Vice President
Facilities and equipment of the Vice President Michael E. McKay
Information Technology Vice President
Chief Information Officer Jay Dominic
Vice President Human Resources Lian Sullivan Crowley
Vice President Service Chad Klaus University
Acting General Counsel sankar's Suryanarayan
President of Princeton University
Investment company Andrew k. Golden
Chief Audit and Compliance Officer Nilufer K. Shroff