PUID, NetID, and Email:
You can setup your Princeton account and email using a temporary password that will be emailed to you seven days before your start date. If not, please contact our OIT Helpdesk to retrieve it at https://princeton.service-now.com/$sp.do?id=chat (click on “I do not have Princeton credentials”).
A University photo identification card, also known as a TigerCard can be obtained in the TigerCard Office, located in New South, ground floor.
Parking permits can be obtained in the Parking Office, located in New South, ground floor.
Housing information is available at https://hres.princeton.edu/faculty-staff.
Arrival Information Form:
After you have a permanent address in Princeton, please complete the Arrival Information Form.
After-Hours Building Access:
The E-Quad building is locked from 7pm to 7am the next business day. Should you need to access the building after business hours, please submit your request here. 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.
If you need a replacement key or a key to another room, please submit your request here. We will obtain approval from your PI before processing your request.
Should you need to access to rooms equipped with SALTO Locks, please submit your request online here. We will obtain approval from your PI before processing your request.
Mailboxes are located on the third floor. Please make sure to empty it regularly. Mails that are too big for the mailboxes will be delivered to the Purchasing Office B321. You will receive an email to pick it up.
Network and Laptop Registration:
Once you arrive on campus, you will need to register to connect to internet and printers. Instruction on how to register are available here. Please contact our IT Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Visa check-in (for non US citizens/residents):
If you are not a US citizen/resident, please check in with the office of Visa Services, Louis A. Simpson International Building, A45, per their instructions.
Payroll (for salaried employees):
- The I-9 certificate must be completed within 3 work days of hire by both citizens and non-citizens. Please go to the Office of Human Resources located at New South, 2nd Floor. Please review the I-9 information included in this package prior to ensure you have the proper documentation with you.Please note that this form must be completed to be eligible to enroll in benefits.
- If you are not a US citizen/resident, you will receive an e-mail from email@example.com with your User ID and Password to get sign into the Glacier system. The system can be accessed from anywhere in the world. You must create your records, answer all the questions, print out the required forms, sign the forms and submit them to Payroll through campus mail, along with all the required copies of your visa documents. Further information can be found at http://finance.princeton.edu/how-to/payroll/international-foreign-emp/?sq=glacier.
Absence Tracking (for salaried employees):
Princeton University uses the CALM system (Centralized Accrued Leave Management) for tracking approved vacation, sick and personal time. We require all exempt employees to enter their approved vacation/leave time on a monthly basis online through HR Self Service.
All absences must be approved by your advisor and should be reported in the month they were taken. If you have any questions or trouble navigating the system please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by B210.
Responsible Conduct in Research Training:
All Postdoctoral Research Associates and Associate Research Scholars in the social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering are required to complete, or show proof of evidence that they have completed, a course in Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR). Our policy for RCR training can be found at https://www.citiprogram.org/citidocuments/Princeton_Instruction.html. Please see the attached for options for completing a course in Responsible Conduct in Research. If you have any questions, please contact ECE Executive Office at email@example.com. When you have completed the training, please provide proof of completion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laboratory Safety Training (mandatory if you work in a lab):
If you work in a lab, you must attend a Laboratory Safety training class as soon as possible. The training consists of online part and in-class part. Please go to www.princeton.edu/training to enroll for the in-class part. When you have completed the training, please provide proof of completion to email@example.com.
Preventing Sexual Harassment Training:
All faculty and staff (including visiting researchers) are required to complete Preventing Sexual Harassment Training at princeton.stridepoint.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-258-8541. When you have completed the training, please provide proof of completion to email@example.com.
Postdoctoral Policies & Resources:
Please be sure to visit http://dof.princeton.edu/working-princeton/benefits/postdoctoral-council-resources-for-academic-professionals to review the Dean of Faculty’s policies and procedures for postdoctoral appointments.
To learn about other University benefits and University general services, please go to http://dof.princeton.edu/working-princeton/benefits.