Princeton University is a vibrant community of scholarship and activism. When you walk on campus and head to a performance, you might be wowed by the eye-catching posters attached to lamp posts which advertise concerts and calls-to-action from visiting scholars and world leaders. We hope you will engage in all that the Princeton community has to offer!
The University home page lists events and features articles on all the great things going on at Princeton. Many of our ushers include the homepage in their weekly news reading.
Please refer to: public events calendar for a comprehensive University event listing
This page, Engage at Princeton, will curate upcoming events open to the community that we think might particularly appeal to our ushers. Think of it as a quick guide in planning your week!
In addition to special events, Princeton offers outstanding opportunities to learn and grow.
Princeton offers a wonderful Community Audit Program, CAP, which opens University classroom doors to members of the community. Join your fellow ushers in auditing many of the amazing undergraduate classes Princeton has to offer.
Please refer to CAP for program details.
The Princeton Art Museum is a campus gem which is free and open to all.The museum maintains a world famous permanent art collection. Additionally special exhibits are offered throughout the year along with guest lectures, movie nights and late night special programming.
Please refer to: ART MUSEUM for calendar details.
The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, the Univeristy school of politics and policy, hosts a regular lecture series throughout the academic year in Dodd’s Auditorium weekdays at 4:30pm. These lectures are free and open to the public. Guest lecturers are chosen based on the relevant and often “hot” global topics. This year’s lectures and topics included General Michael V. Hayden (USAF, Ret.) and Ambassador Michael B.G. Froman '85 US Trade Representative .
Please refer to: spia.princeton.edu for program information.
Princeton also boasts many lovely paths that wind along inspiring architecture and beautiful, sometimes rare, horticultural sights. Our by-ways and uphill routes make for a wonderful way to get your steps for the day!
Please refer to: campus map for a walking map.
New Lewis Center for the Arts! Features innovative and dynamic programming available for the community, check out up-coming events at: arts.princeton.edu