The Dean of the Faculty, Dean for Research and Acting Dean of the Graduate School have announced next steps in the resumption of on-campus research and scholarly activities. The update makes it possible for faculty, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and others in academic departments and institutes to request permission to work on campus...

On Nov. 24, the University announced plans for the spring 2021 semester. Please visit and for details and information about the spring semester 2021 and public health guidance.

Faculty, staff and researchers should read the following considerations for travel and gathering during Thanksgiving; requirements for return to New Jersey from certain states; and changes to the schedule for the University's screening and testing program during Thanksgiving week.
As of Nov. 9, staff, faculty and researchers must complete a Daily Symptom Check online or by a paper form each day they are scheduled or plan to work in any University building or worksite, including those located on and off campus. This follows a new requirement issued by the state of New Jersey. The following email from Human Resources and the...
The following message from President Christopher L. Eisgruber was emailed to undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, postdocs and researchers on Oct. 19, 2020.

On Aug. 26, Deborah Prentice, provost, Sanjeev Kulkarni, dean of the faculty, and Pablo Debenedetti, dean for research, sent a message to department charis and directors about fall resumption of in-person, on-campus operations. The message reads as follows:

Dear Colleagues,

On Aug. 27, Princeton University Library announced extended hours for Fall 2020. Read the full announcement on the PUL phased resumption of operations webpage. Beginning Aug. 31, all library locations will be open for study and browsing by appointment from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

On Aug. 26, University Health Services (UHS) updated its fact sheets on isolation and quarantine for employees, and undergraduate and graduate students, both on and off campus. You can access them on the University Health Services website.

In response to the needs of an increased number of students and faculty researching, teaching, and learning remotely this fall, we are pleased to announce the resumption of the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) effective August 31.


A post-doc researcher injects goo in a box in her biology lab

Researcher Guidance

Detailed guidance for academic research, including lab research on campus, is available on the Princeton Research and ORPA webpages.