On February 25, 2017, reconnect with friends, fellow alumni and Princeton families. Hear lectures by the two award winners and distinguished faculty in the morning. Gather in Jadwin Gymnasium for a reception, followed by the Alumni Association Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. Join fellow Princetonians afterwards for the moving Service of Remembrance in the University Chapel. Campus is abuzz with other activities, as well, including workshops, exhibits, performances, student projects and much more.

Alumni Day 2017 Information

Arrival, Check-in & Nametags

Alumni Day participants will be provided a nametag, which will serve as your ticket into all events.

PLEASE NOTE: For security purposes, admittance to the award winner lectures in Alexander Hall and the luncheon in Jadwin Gymnasium will be limited to registered attendees with nametags.

Registration

Online registration closes on Tuesday, February 21.
NOTE: Prior to going to the registration form, login to TigerNet to pre-populate your information.

Walk-in registration and nametag pickup locations and hours:

  • Friday, February 24, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church (61 Nassau Street, next to Maclean House)
  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church (61 Nassau Street, next to Maclean House)
  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Jadwin Gymnasium Lobby

Events & Exhibits

See the schedule of events for the day, other campus events and exhibits.

Schedule of Events [PDF]
Campus Events & Exhibits [PDF]
Class Events [PDF]

Travel Logistics

Information on hotels offering special Alumni Day rates and getting around campus on Alumni Day.

Area Hotels
Campus Parking and Transportation


Alumni Day Awards

Princeton will present its top honors for alumni to Eric Schmidt '76, executive chairman of Alphabet Inc., and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski *61, president of Peru.

Read about 2017 recipients
View past award recipients

Service of Remembrance

The service remembers with honor and affection those Princetonians — alumni, students, faculty and staff — whose deaths were recorded during the prior calendar year.

Learn more

Alumni Day History

Designed to give alumni a glimpse of campus life when the University was in session, Alumni Day was first observed on Lincoln's birthday in 1915.