Annual Giving

Tiger statues outside Nassau Hall

Unrestricted gifts from undergraduate and graduate alumni, parents, and friends help provide the “margin of excellence” that makes a Princeton education second to none. Annual Giving sustains and enhances the University’s distinctive academic programs and brings together Princetonians of all generations. This year’s campaign ends on June 30. 

The Tiger mascot, dressed in orange regalia

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Deborah Yu, Tiger and Chris Olofson in Rocky dining hall
Partner with Tiger in this month’s Annual Giving Forward Together Challenge

During the 31 days of the Annual Giving Forward Together Challenge, the first $50 of your gift will be Tiger-matched, dollar for dollar. This is great news for you, for your class and for current Princeton students. Your gift — of any size — will make an important difference.

East Pyne arch



Annual Giving Impact Report 2022-23

The impact of Annual Giving is visible everywhere at Princeton, and last year’s campaign helped provide the “margin of excellence” that makes transformative student experiences possible.

Headshots of the current Annual Giving chairs



It’s the secret sauce of Annual Giving: the dedication and commitment of Princeton alumni volunteers. They rally classmates and keep the Tiger spirit burning bright. 

Annual Giving Stories

Explore stories and videos about the impact of your Annual Giving support, on campus and beyond.

A collage of four Princeton undergraduates who participated in the LENS program.

Annual Giving is helping students experience life-changing service internships

Side portrait of the Nassau Hall tigers on a sunny day

Princeton’s Annual Giving campaign raises $73.8 million

A collage of portraits of Princeton alumni dressed in orange and black.

Annual Giving campaign: A tradition of giving grows stronger every year

A Black Princeton student plays the piano in one of the new residential colleges

Annual Giving presents a look inside the newest residential college communities

A photo collage for the new LENS program.

LENS will make summer service internships possible for all Princeton undergraduates

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Over nearly three centuries, Princeton alumni have helped build the future and open the gates for the next generation of leaders. New challenges await us, and the path to a brighter tomorrow points forward together