Resources and Form Library
In addition to world class faculty, Economics students have access to a wealth of resources designed to enhance their academic career at Princeton.
Undergraduate Liaison Committee and Funding Opportunities
Prospective and current concentrators can reach out to elected student members of the Undergraduate Liaison Committee for advice on the economics curriculum and requirements. In addition, the department also has funding opportunities available to support selected independent research and unpaid internships in economics.
Library, Writing, and Other Resources
Students also have access to professional library, writing, tutoring and mental health resources made available through the University. See the full list of student resources here.
Join a student club. All are welcome. A list of popular Economics-related student groups can be found here.
Forms frequently filled out by our majors can be found here.
Career Services Links
Handshake (job postings, events, appointments with advisors)
First Destination (post-grad planning for grads with data for the last 5 years)
Predoctoral Research Opportunities
We often field questions from our undergraduate students about opportunities to work in the department after graduation as Predoctoral Research Assistants.
Below is a list of groups within the department who regularly hire these positions. This hiring typically occurs in September and October of each year.
Industrial Relations Section
Learn more on the IR website.
Princeton Program in Public Finance
Contact: Ellen Graf
International Economics Section
Learn more on the Princeton IES website.