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Alumni Office
Alumni Council of Princeton University
Maclean House
Phone: (609) 258-1900
Alumni Services
  • @princeton Courseware, courses for Princeton alumni who want to continue their education online. Each semester, distinguished professors conduct an online course, complete with video lectures in some instances.
  • Alumni Careers Network (ACN) is a database of Princeton alumni who have volunteered to provide other alumni as well as students with professional advice, site visits, and job and project assistance.
  • Alumni Colleges are alumni trips sponsored by Princeton several times a year to locations around the world. Led by noted professors and staff members, recent trips have included Alaska, the Amazon, and Ireland.
  • The Alumni Schools Committee (ASC), which includes over 5,000 volunteers, interviews applicants in an effort to help the Admissions Office select the members of the incoming class. Over 10,000 interviews are conducted each year.
  • E-mail Services
  • Online Alumni Directory
  • Transcript Requests
Alumni Publications
Princeton Alumni Weekly, or PAW, is sent to all Princeton alumni for no charge. It includes regular columns about campus life, engaging letters to the editor, feature articles, and alumni updates.
Major Alumni Events
  • Alumni Day is considered a mid-winter alumni celebration during which alumni return to campus for lectures by distinguished faculty. The Woodrow Wilson Award and James Madison Medal are given, and the day ends with a Service of Remembrance.
  • Princeton's biggest alumni events include Alumni Day, Reunions, and Homecoming. Homecoming takes place in the fall and includes class gatherings and tailgates before some Tiger football.
  • Reunions, lasting several days, are Princeton's biggest alumni event. From fireworks to lectures to the P-rade, Princetonians take reunions very seriously, and attendance is always impressive.
Famous Alumni
  • James Baker (Class of '52) - former secretary of state
  • Jeff Bezos (Class of '86) - founder of
  • Bill Bradley (Class of '65) - basketball star and politician
  • Dean Cain (Class of '88) - actor, star of television show "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"
  • David Duchovny (Class of '82) - actor, star of television show "The X Files"
  • John Foster Dulles (Class of '35) - former secretary of state
  • Steve Forbes (Class of '70) - president and editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine
  • Bill Frist (Class of '74) - former Senate majority leader
  • Lisa Najeeb Halaby (Class of '76) - Queen Noor of Jordan
  • James Madison (Class of 1771) - former president of the United States
  • Ralph Nader (Class of '55) - consumer advocate, ran for president under the Green party
  • Donald Rumsfeld (Class of '54) - former secretary of defense
  • Brooke Shields (Class of '87) - actress, star of television show "Suddenly Susan"
  • George Shultz (Class of '42) - former secretary of state
  • James Stewart (Class of '32) - star of "It's a Wonderful Life"
  • Meg Whitman (Class of '77) - former CEO of eBay, current president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard
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