Current Student Information
Fund for Experimental Social Sciences
The Princeton Lab for Experimental Social Science (PLESS) will be closing as of January 1, 2014. The remaining funds from PLESS will be transferred to a new Fund for Experimental Social Sciences, which faculty and grad students in Economics, Politics, and Psychology can apply for in order to carry out lab experiments (elsewhere), field experiments, online experiments, or anything that sounds like an experiment. If you are interested in applying for support for your experimental research, please write up a short (5-10 page) substantive proposal and a budget. These proposals will be reviewed on an ad hoc basis, as they come in, by a committee comprising one member from each department. Proposals will be accepted starting immediately and until the funds are exhausted. Send your proposals to the Chair.
The General Exam Archives provide past exams given to assist students who are preparing to take field exams. Access to these archives will be given to you by the Graduate Program Adminstrator.
Job Market Process
Information and materials for students considering entering the Job Market.
Degree Application Completion Process
Information and materials for students planning to defend their dissertation.
Graduate Student Housing
The housing website contains information on the draw process, housing and dining costs, and apartment policies.
Graduate Economics Club
Graduate Student Government
DCE Handbook: Information for students who are past regular 5th year enrollment.
Request a Transcript: Students who need an official transcript should use this form to make their request.
Hooding Ceremony Information
Data and Computational Resources (NEW!)
DSS at Firestone Library: A lab for assistance with data processing software, etc.
GIS data: Geographic Information Systems at Firestone Library
Integrated Public Use Microdata