The Alumni Association seeks to nurture a growing number of volunteer alumnae initiatives, an enduring legacy of two important events that engaged and inspired Princeton women: She Roars, Princeton’s first conference celebrating Princeton women, and the University’s Report of the Steering Committee on Undergraduate Women’s Leadership. Here you will find opportunities for alumnae to connect around issues and interests they share.
Princeton Women's Network
Princeton Women's Networks (PWN) are regional communities of alumnae who connect on issues that matter personally and professionally.
The legacy of the first-ever Princeton Women's conference lives on.
History of Women at Princeton
Did you know that Princeton once had a sister school? That the wife of an alumnus safeguarded treasures during the Revolutionary War? That McCosh Infirmary was named for a woman? That WPRB greeted the news about co-education by broadcasting the Hallelujah Chorus?