Princeton University supports students in many different ways. Consider the resources below if you need someone to talk to, need information from experienced staff, or have a situation that you need to report. If you are not sure where to start, it may be helpful to contact the Dean of Student Life of your residential college. Also, check out our “Tips from those who care!” and feel free to submit tips of your own by emailing the Office of Disability Services.
- Frist Campus Center, Room 246
- Email the GSRC Center
- 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton
- Email the Fields Center
- 205 Nassau Hall, Princeton
- Email the Title IX and ADA Coordinator, Vice Provost Michele Minter
- Murray Dodge Hall, Princeton
- Email Deal of Religious Life, Rev. Dr. Alison Boden
- Email SHARE
Tips from Those Who Care!
- Navigating the transition from relying on family members for support in treating your medical condition to taking on full responsibility over your health could be tricky. GotTransition includes great advice for undertaking this transition.
- Consider bringing a close friend to specialist medical appointments with you since it is often difficult to retain information during periods of high stress. A friend could help you remember the details of your treatment and ask questions that you forget to ask.