DDA is supported through the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life, the Office of the Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, and facilitated by the staff of the Carl A. Fields Center, LGBT Center, and Women*s Center. Please find our contact information below.
Office of the Vice President for Campus Life
220 Nassau Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544
Phone: (609) 258-3056
The Office of the Vice President for Campus Life plays an important role in bridging all aspects of the curricular and co-curricular experience, helping students find their place within the University community.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion-Campus Life is committed to supporting and challenging all undergraduate and graduate students by facilitating co-curricular experiences and learning about identity, inclusion, equity, and social justice education. We serve the campus community through education, advising and training, and university-wide programming.
Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
58 Prospect Avenue
Princeton, NJ 08544
Phone: (609) 258–5494
At the Fields Center, diverse perspectives and experiences of race, class, gender and their intersections are supported and challenged, questioned and answered. These values are cultivated through the celebration of heritage months, dialogues and discussions, our Princeton University Mentoring Program (PUMP) and the Carl Fields Fellows peer educator program. Additionally, our Center’s student friendly space offers numerous opportunities for relaxation and engagement — comfy lounges, study breaks, movie nights, galas, festivals and more.
The Princeton University LGBT Center supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual students and employees by providing community-building, education, events and initiatives. Our work seeks to affirm and help students explore their many identities, including a/sexuality, a/gender, race, ability, religion and class.
The Women*s Center mission is to recognize and redress historic and persistent gender inequality at Princeton and beyond. To achieve this we help students learn from the history of women’s and other movements for social equality, and empower them to identify systems that reproduce gender inequity in the present and to envision and create a more just future.