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Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
Responsible for activities, student event management, community service, the recreation program, club sports, intramural sports, student governance, and student clubs and organizations on the Lawrenceville campus.
Inter-faith activities are sponsored jointly by the Board of Chaplains, which represents various denominations.
Provides access to online coursework.
Provides resume assistance, interview preparation, job search/postings, networking, career fairs, graduate school preparation, alumni services, employer partnerships and more.
Provides a host of secure payment methods and other financial services to members of the University community.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, the Center for Business Forensics provides multidisciplinary instruction and professional development programs to prepare students for careers with corporate, law enforcement and government organizations.
Fosters student-teacher collaboration, incorporates student life experiences in the learning process, and adapts instruction to accommodate individual learning styles.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, The Center for the Development of Leadership Skills provides training that produces innovative leaders and confident professionals.
To help students discover and nurture their entrepreneurial potential for the creation of new ventures and the enhancement of their entrepreneurial spirit.
A Center of Excellence in the College of Business Administration, the Center for International Business provides students with the resources they need to effectively engage in the global economy.
The Center for International Education is the University’s “gateway” to a world of opportunities for academic, professional and personal growth in the 21st century.
Part of the School of Education, the Center for Reading and Writing provides individualized instruction to children aged 6 through 16 to help them improve their reading and writing skills.
At the undergraduate level, offers 13 major fields of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Graduate students are offered Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration and Executive M.B.A. programs.
Offers non-traditional adult students courses, certificates and degree programs that are designed to help them continue their education while balancing work and family responsibilities.
Offers 28 undergraduate fields of study that lead to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Arts, Education or Sciences.
Offers reprographic services to the campus community. Collegiate is also the place to order stationery, request copier servicing, obtain graphic design assistance and more.
Information related to Commencement on the Lawrenceville and Princeton Campuses.
Auxiliary Services helps plan and coordinate camps, conferences, meetings and events on campus.
Manages the University's budgeting, accounting and financial reporting. Functions include tax compliance, grants accounting, and assisting campus departments in analyzing their financial performance.
Home to The Bronc swimming and diving program.
Partners with corporations, foundations and other private entities to enhance educational opportunities for students and academic opportunities for faculty.