PUID, NetID, and Email
We will be using your Princeton email address for all communications going forward. Please set up your Princeton email using a temporary password that will be emailed to you seven days before your start date. If you have not received it, please contact our OIT Helpdesk to retrieve it using this chat option (click on “I do not have Princeton credentials”). You will also need to set up Duo two-factor authentication for security.
Appointment Confirmation Letter
Your appointment confirmation letter will be available for download at HR Self Service under the “DOF Appt/Salary Letters” tile within two weeks after your start date. Please contact [email protected] if you have any issues.
Please send a professional headshot for our website to [email protected].
Arrival Information Form
After you have a permanent address in Princeton, please complete the Arrival Information Form.
Preventing Sexual Harassment Training
All faculty and staff (including visiting researchers) are required to complete Preventing Sexual Harassment Training. You will receive an email when the training is ready, so you can login and take the training online. The program typically takes less than 45 minutes to complete. You do not have to complete the entire program in one sitting – the program will automatically bookmark your stopping point, and you may return to it at a later time. If you have additional questions, or if you need assistance to access or complete the program, please contact the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration at [email protected] or 609-258-8541. For postdocs and visiting researchers only, please provide proof of completion to [email protected].
Information Security Training
You will receive an email from Princeton's Information Security Office (ISO) to complete the online training. Please forward the completion email to [email protected].
Please read about our building policies.
Emergency Action Plan
Please read about our emergency action plan.
Rights, Rules, Responsibilities
Rights, Rules, Responsibilities is intended to provide a concise reference and guide for all members of the Princeton University community. Included here are brief statements of University policies most likely to be applicable to and of interest to all University constituencies.
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Explore the University benefits on this page.
A University photo identification card, also known as a TigerCard, can be obtained in the TigerCard Office, located in New South, ground floor. Please fill out a form to request your card at this page and you will be notified when the card is ready for pick up.
Parking permits can be obtained using a form on this page.
The desk assignment is available at this page.
Mailboxes are located on the third floor of the B-Wing at E-Quad. Please make sure to empty it regularly. Mails that are too big for the mailboxes will be delivered to the Purchasing Office B317. You will receive an email to pick it up.
After-Hours Building Access
The E-Quad building is unlocked between 7am and 7pm Monday to Friday. Please submit a request to have your Tigercard programmed to open the building outside those hours. We will obtain approval from your PI before processing your request.
If you need to access to rooms equipped with SALTO Locks, please submit your request online here. Lab access requests have to be submitted with a proof of completion of the Laboratory Safety Training. We will obtain approval from your PI before processing your request.
If you need a key or a replacement key, please submit a request. Lab key requests have to be submitted with a proof of completion of the Laboratory Safety Training. We will obtain approval from your PI before processing your request.
Office and lab keys are issued under the agreement that the holder will reimburse the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering $25 upon failure to return each key issued to them. Lost keys will be replaced at a cost of $25 per loss. The replacement fee must be paid in cash or check prior to the key being re-issued. Excessive requests for replacement keys may result in the need to replace the room core or multiple cores. Many department keys have multiple layer access such as unlocking main doors in addition to individual offices. Lost keys compromise the security of the entire building not just the office to which they are issued. The cost of these re-cores will be the responsibility of the key holder.
IT resources for new staff are available here. Please contact our IT Team at [email protected] with any questions.
Princeton faculty, students, and staff should use eduroam to connect to the Internet. When prompted, enter your full email address (including @princeton.edu) and password. Use this link for additional eduroam information.
Princeton University is a participant in the international eduroam network access service. This service allows members from participating institutions to gain instant and secure access to the eduroam wireless network using credentials from a participating home institution. If you are eduroam-enabled and you have authenticated at your home institution, the eduroam wireless connectivity at Princeton is seamless and invisible to you. For Princeton faculty, staff and students, you can travel the world and use eduroam for wireless connectivity at all eduroam participating partners.
Please contact your faculty assistant before making any conference travel arrangements. All travels have to comply to university policies in order to get reimbursed. If not, you will NOT be reimbursed and will be responsible for the expenses. Please go to your PI webpage to find your faculty assistant's information.
All purchases must be approved by your PI and submitted to the Purchasing Office. Instructions are available here.