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Princeton to aim for 70 percent financial aid, 22 percent Pell Grant eligibility for undergraduate enrollment

The University will aim to increase enrollment of financial aid-eligible students by three percent. The new recommendations aimed at increasing socioeconomic diversity came out of an ad hoc committee of the Board of Trustees that formed following the Supreme Court’s overturning of affirmative action last year.

The University will aim to increase enrollment of financial aid-eligible students by three percent. The new recommendations aimed at increasing socioeconomic diversity came out of an ad hoc committee of the Board of Trustees that formed following the Supreme Court’s overturning of affirmative action last year.


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Eisgruber faces questions on mental health at CPUC meeting

Council members and members of the audience raised concerns about academics' intersection with mental health, additional support for first-generation students, and coverage of mental healthcare treatment.

Council members and members of the audience raised concerns about academics' intersection with mental health, additional support for first-generation students, and coverage of mental healthcare treatment.


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Princeton brings top investor from MIT to run PRINCO

The new PRINCO president appointee will replace current president Andrew Golden, whose tenure saw a nearly tenfold increase in Princeton's endowment. Tuohey will join PRINCO with 13 years of experience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Investment Management Company.

The new PRINCO president appointee will replace current president Andrew Golden, whose tenure saw a nearly tenfold increase in Princeton's endowment. Tuohey will join PRINCO with 13 years of experience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Investment Management Company.


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Director of Accessibility and Disability Services retires after 17 years at Princeton

Erickson’s retirement marks another moment of turnover for the University. Administrators, including Dean of the College Jill Dolan, the Director of the Office of Sustainability Shana Weber, and the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne all announced their leave from the University in the past year.


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Aiming to spread impact, Princeton runs program for community college transfer applicants

The program garnered attention after Eisgruber mentioned it at the White House during a panel unveiling the Department of Education’s new report: “Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Opportunity in Higher Education.”

The program has garnered attention after President Eisgruber mentioned it at the White House during a panel unveiling the Department of Education’s new report titled “Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Opportunity in Higher Education.”


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