September 2013 Newsletter: Visit Princeton's Campus

Written by
Maura M. Fennessy
Sept. 10, 2013

We hope you had the opportunity come to campus this summer - to see a performance of the  Princeton Summer Theater or a Summer Chamber Concert; to participate in one of the many summer outreach programs for New Jersey students and teachers; or, perhaps, to join in the "yoga at the museum" outdoor class.

But keep in mind that the campus is open all year round, for the arts, athletic events, public lectures and community events. In fact, FitzRandolph Gate at the entrance to campus on Nassau Street has remained open to welcome the public to visit since 1970.   You can link to the University's  Public Events Calendar to see what is happening on any given day. 

This issue of highlights the variety of opportunities to come to campus - to learn, to watch a performance, to stargaze, or catch a game.


  • Attend public lectures
  • Discover the arts at Princeton
  • Princeton University Art Museum
  • Go Princeton Tigers
  • Observe the night sky
  • Check out Firestone Library
  • University Chapel

To read the full newsletter, click here: September 2013 Newsletter Final.pdf