Question: Whats special about Princeton?

Princeton is an “athletes school.” It is the only Ivy that has produced the best player in college basketball (Bill Bradley, 1965) and the Heisman Trophy winner in college football (Dick Kazmaier, 1950).

What is Princeton known for?

The Princeton Tigers, members of the Ivy League, are well known for their consistently strong mens and womens lacrosse teams. Princeton includes highly ranked graduate programs through the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and School of Engineering and Applied Science.

What is so good about Princeton?

A top-of-line academic experience doesnt come at the expense of a social life at Princeton — the school earned an A+ student life rating from Niche. It received especially high marks for its beautiful campus and diverse student body, but Niche found that the school was also very safe and offered a robust party scene.

Why did you choose Princeton?

I chose to stay at Princeton because of the community, academic rigor and growth Ive experienced here were unprecedented. I am very big on community and Princeton has provided me with the spaces where I am able to be myself while exploring different facets of my identity, the ways I learn and my academic interests.

Why is Princeton University Important?

Princeton University is a vibrant community of scholarship and learning that stands in the nations service and the service of humanity. As a world-renowned research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding.

What makes Princeton different from other Ivies?

Princeton is the “most suburban” Ivy. Cornell and Dartmouth are in isolated places, the other Ivies are in cities. Princeton, the community, could be considered a commuting suburb of New York or Philadelphia, depending on whether you drive or take a train. The campus is also going to feel less crowded and congested.

Why Princeton is better than Harvard?

Princeton does have the advantage over Harvard in the diversity of its students and faculty, ranking joint 21st in the diversity and internationalisation indicator, compared to Harvards joint 44th.

Is Princeton harder than other Ivies?

Like other Ivy Leagues, getting into Princeton is notoriously difficult. Of the record high number of applicants in 2021 — 37,601 — only 1,498 were admitted.

What makes Princeton Engineering special?

There are several outstanding characteristics of Princetons engineering program: * The faculty and students are among the best in the country. Our school comprises about one quarter of the undergraduate student body, and Princetons exceptional strengths in the liberal arts play a large role in the B.S.E.

How do I choose between Harvard and Princeton?

For example, if you prefer a larger campus and urban environment, Harvard is the better pick. Youre surrounded by the bustling, intellectual Cambridge community. On the other hand, if youd rather have a less busy feel, Princeton is your choice.

Is Princeton good in engineering?

Princeton University is ranked No. 22 (tie) in Best Engineering Schools. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Do Princeton alumni interviews matter?

While interviews are considered for Princeton, they are by no means a large part of your admissions decision. Your grades, recommendations, tests scores and essay all hold much higher precedence, so dont sweat it if your interview isnt the best conversation youve ever had.

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