Alumni Day is a celebration held in February, providing a glimpse of campus life when the University is in session. The day offers lectures by Princeton's top faculty and alumni award winners, family events, the annual Service of Remembrance, workshops and tours. Alumni Day allows alumni an opportunity to reconnect with the University, to one another, and to current students.
Reunite with your classmates during Reunions weekend, which draws back nearly 20,000 alumni, family and friends for walks, talks, community service projects, Alumni-Faculty Forums, meeting old friends, making new friends, picnics, concerts, parties, dancing, and marching in the One and Only P-rade!
Fall Football Lectures
Every October and November, the Office of the Alumni Association sponsors lectures presented by a select group of faculty on the mornings of selected home football games.
These hour long lectures allow alumni and friends a chance to sample intellectual life on campus prior to catching up with classmates to cheer on the Tigers at the stadium.
Princeton Journeys programs provide alumni with opportunities to engage in intellectual conversation and take advantage of the learning opportunities inherent in a travel experience. You'll have more than a typical vacation...
Global Networking Nights
Princeton's regional associations around the globe simultaneously host local networking events for alumni. This allows everyone to connect in person to strengthen their career networks and further their career goals.
These "NetNights" are for alumni interested in defining their personal and professional brand, refining their online presence, and reconnecting with their fellow Tigers.
Alumni Studies offerings come in a variety of formats and durations. The curricula brings participants together with faculty for exploration of particular topics. Whether through online engagement modules such as webinars, e-precepts, and web-based courses or in-person educational sessions on campus and around the world, these ventures provide meaningful interaction with content, faculty, and fellow learners.