International Students

On Aug. 7, Jill Dolan, dean of the college, sent this email message to all international undergraduates about President Eisgruber's announcement that all undergraduate learning will be remote this fall. Below is the text of the message.

In an Aug. 7 message to the University community, President Eisgruber announced that the undergraduate program will be fully remote in the fall 2020 semester. Read the President's message for information about Princeton's updated plans for fall 2020.

On August 6, Aly Kassam-Remtulla, associate provost for international affairs and operations, issued an email message to the University community regarding guidelines for University-sponsored and personal travel, ongoing support for Princeton’s international students and scholars, and Princeton’s broader international operations

On July 31, the Davis International Center provided the following update regarding international undergraduates studying remotely or in person, the visa process, and the move-in deadline for undergraduates returning to campus this fall.

In a July 8 letter to the University community, President Eisgruber addresses how Princeton is exploring legal and policy options that might solve the problems created by the United States Immigration and Customs...

The University acknowledges additional challenges for international students wishing to travel to the U.S. and realizes that some students may be unable to come to campus in the fall due to visa issues or travel restrictions. Read more about support for international undergraduates and graduate students.