From dodgeball to chocolate making, there’s an opportunity for every student to find an activity that matches their interest and shapes their Princeton experience.
There are many options to participate in fitness and recreation at Princeton. In addition to intramural and club sports, student have access to a pool and dance studio at Dillon Gymnasium, and fitness equipment and classes at Stephens Fitness Center.
The intramural sports program is a great way to get active while meeting new people. Leagues range from basketball, broomball and ultimate frisbee to other fun activities in which residential colleges, eating clubs, independent groups, faculty and staff face off in friendly competition.
Students of all skill levels are invited to participate in any of our 37 Sports Clubs. Teams compete against other colleges throughout the Northeast and nationally.
There are more than 300 student-run organizations across campus that range from a cappella groups to Model Congress. While some groups are deeply rooted in traditions created over a century ago, the University encourages students to create new groups that fit their interests and hobbies.
Undergraduate Student Government
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) provides an opportunity for undergraduates to be directly involved with student life on campus. USG represents the needs and serves the student body by working with Princeton administrators, organizing campus events and funding student groups and activities.
Student entrepreneurs can expand their business pursuits and gain practical experience by joining the Princeton Student Agencies program. Some 14 agencies provide students an opportunity to earn income while also gaining valuable business skills.
There is no shortage of events and activities for graduate students to get involved in during their time at Princeton. Organizations span social, cultural and academic interests; there also are many undergraduate organizations that are open to graduate students.
Graduate Student Government
The Graduate Student Government advocates for the interests of graduate students at Princeton, provides a forum for matters affecting graduate students, and financially supports social events for graduate students.