Several established summer programs provide Princeton students, as well as students from other colleges and universities, with the opportunity to obtain hands-on research experience in specific fields. You can search the database below for research program opportunities that match your interests. If you are an employer interested in sharing your opportunities with Princeton students, please visit the Career Services website.
Princeton offers paid research assistantship positions and research-focused fellowship opportunities for undergraduates.
Office of Undergraduate Research Student Initiated Internship Program (OURSIP)
The Office of Undergraduate Research provides a limited number of grants to Princeton freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who have independently created or secured an unpaid faculty-mentored research internship over the summer.
A program aimed at fostering meaningful research collaborations between first and second year undergraduate students and graduate students.
Launched in the fall of 2014, Princeton Correspondents on Undergraduate Research (PCUR) is a cohort of undergraduate researchers engaged to write about their experiences with research on the PCUR Blog.
Princeton Research Day (PRD)
Princeton Research Day is a campus-wide celebratory event for undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs to present their work to the Princeton community.
Princeton supports a number of research-focused student organizations.