A Princeton University community that is fully equitable and inclusive of all identities, and people of all a/sexual orientations and a/gender identities feel they belong, are valued and respected.
• Undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, staff and faculty of all identities are welcome.
• Students’ needs, interests and passions are the drivers of our programming and initiatives.
• We seek to identify, address and reduce racism, heterosexism, misogyny, cissexism, ableism and other forms of discrimination on campus.
• Deepening and developing partnerships, both inside and outside of the University, makes our work more effective and far-reaching.
• Everyone is at a different place in their learning processes, and we do not shame or turn away anyone who wants to authentically engage.
• We approach our work with a historical analysis of discrimination and injustice to serve the campus more intentionally and equitably.
• There is no one way to be LGBTQIA at Princeton.