The GradFUTURES Mentorship program is intended to expand the ecosystem of support for graduate students. At times when our graduate students may be navigating particular challenges, the GradFUTURES team offers to assist in expediting additional support or sharing appropriate resources—while respecting the trust established in the mentor-mentee relationship. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Assistant Dean Amy Pszczolkowski, who is available to consult individually with mentors and/or mentees as questions or challenges arise.
In addition, below is a list of some of the campus resources available at Princeton University and the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School to assist graduate students as they navigate their graduate studies and beyond.
Health, Safety, and Well-being
The Graduate School’s Student Life Team
Counseling and Psychological Services
Other Health and Safety Support Resources
· In the event of emergency, please contact the Department of Public Safety directly at 609-258-3134.
The Graduate School’s Academic Affairs Team:
· Geoffrey Hill, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs (HUM/SOC)
· Christine Murphy, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs (ENG/NAT).
McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning – Click on the "Graduate/Postdoc Scholarly Success" programs (calendar of events)
· Laura Murray
The Writing Center
International Student Support
Davis International Center