Princeton Admits 13 Transfer Students

Last year, Princeton University reinstated a transfer admissions process for the first time since 1990. The university had long been an outlier among its Ivy League peers in not offering a transfer admissions process and we were glad to see the school change course. After all, the transfer admissions process … 

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Michelle Obama’s Princeton Experience

In “Becoming,” a book that’s flying off the shelves at Barnes & Noble, Michelle Obama offers insight into her undergraduate experience at Princeton University. Up until the book’s publication, the former First Lady had remained fairly tight-lipped about what it was like to attend the elite Ivy League institution in … 

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Princeton’s Single Choice Early Action Policy

In 2006, Princeton University along with Harvard University and the University of Virginia eliminated their Early programs. Princeton and Virginia eliminated their Early Decision programs, while Harvard eliminated its Early Action program — all in the hope of attracting students from a larger socio-economic cross-section of the world. But when … 

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A Princeton Admissions Story

File this one under juicy Ivy League admissions stories — this one coming out of Princeton University from way back in the day. An article in “The Washington Post” written by Samantha Schmidt entitled “This con man lied his way into Princeton. Decades later, he was found squatting in mountain … 

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Princeton Admissions

This past Thursday, the Princeton Tigers took on the Kentucky Wildcats in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Ivy League’s representative in the 14th seed proved a formidable opponent, pushing Kentucky to the final seconds when a Wildcat layup clinched a 59-57 victory for the 3rd seeded favorites. … 

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