The Academic Expo is an open house for first-year students to explore academic departments and programs at Princeton. This year's expo will be held in Frick Laboratory.
Come meet students and faculty in the Classics Department at Chancellor Green Courtyard and learn about opportunities to study the history, language, literature, and thought of ancient Greece and Rome. Treats to be offered.
A 1000 word description accompanied by a 15-20 item bibliography is due to Eileen Robinson and Professor Mairhofer, DUS. This prospectus must be approved by your advisor and will provide the basis for the conversations you will have with the Undergraduate Committee in December when you meet to discuss your thesis proposal.
Individual meetings with the Undergraduate Committee for feedback on senior thesis proposal, and guidance on moving forward.
Focal point for first JP due by email to Professor Mairhofer, Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS), along with a list of possible advisors.
First (draft) chapter of senior thesis due to advisor and Professor Mairhofer, DUS (PDF format)
Fall JP (PDF format) due by email to advisor and Professor Mairhofer, DUS.
Spring JP topic due by email to Professor Mairhofer, DUS, with list of possible advisors.
Spring JP prospectus due to advisor and Professor Mairhofer, DUS by 5 p.m.
All sophomores are welcome to the annual Department of Classics Sophomore Open House. Come learn about all the department has to offer and meet faculty and current majors in Prentice Library located in East Pyne.
Review of summer funding applications through SAFE system begins. The deadline to submit applications via SAFE is May 6, 2024. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until funds are disbursed.
Senior Thesis Due: Electronic copy (PDF format) should be sent by 3pm to advisor, Eileen Robinson, and Professor Mairhofer, DUS. One bound copy should be deposited with Eileen Robinson (141 East Pyne) the following week.
*Nota bene: late submissions will be penalized -3% per day.
Spring JP (PDF format) should be emailed to advisor and Professor Mairhofer, DUS.
This prize, established at Princeton in 1870, is given to the sophomore or junior who passes the best examination based on the Odes of Horace, and Eclogues of Vergil, and the Latin Grammar and Prosody, as well as the Anabasis of Xenophon or Plato's Euthyphro, Crito, Apology and Phaedo and the Greek Grammar. The exam will be held in 161 East Pyne.
Applications for summer funding are due May 6, 2024. All applications must be submitted via SAFE.
30-minute oral examination of the thesis and related research, conducted by a committee of the advisor, second reader, and Professor Mairhofer, DUS.
A brief description of the planned senior thesis topic is due to Professor Mairhofer, DUS, along with a list of possible advisors.
Upper Hyphen Chancellor Green - East Pyne