Outside the classroom, Princeton students participate in activities sponsored by centers and programs dedicated to specific interests and concerns, including the International Center, Women’s Center, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Center. They learn leadership skills and strengthen bonds with their classmates through adventures offered by Outdoor Action. They explore spiritual and cultural traditions through programs such as those offered by the Center for Jewish Life. They broaden their personal perspectives and celebrate diversity at the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, now in a newly renovated home at 58 Prospect Street. And they volunteer for service projects with Community House, the Student Volunteers Council, and other efforts coordinated by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. All of these centers received essential support during the Aspire campaign.
“Princeton has allowed me to pursue all the things I knew I loved and all the things I never thought I'd have the opportunity to try.”
—Jasmine Chen ’12