Princeton University Campus

2018-07-22 - 2018-08-11 All day
Princeton University Campus
Address: Streicker Bridge, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA


SIG students and staff are usually housed in Whitman College, one of Princeton’s six residential colleges. Inaugurated in 2007, Whitman College has housed the SIG program in six different residence halls, in addition to offering academic and communal spaces via its dining hall, lounges and dance studio. Uniquely situated in the heart of Princeton’s campus, Whitman College offers easy access to Dillon Gym, Princeton classrooms, and Nassau Street, which affords students the opportunity to explore Princeton’s thriving academic, commercial, and creative community. SIG has been fortunate to enjoy classroom space in both Jadwin Hall and McDonnell Hall, which provide students and faculty with one-of-a-kind laboratory space and world-class lecture halls. When not in class, students have the opportunity to explore the Princeton Art Museum, Prospect Gardens, Frist Campus Center, and other cultural venues on campus.


The SIG Program located on the Princeton University campus is a Residential Program. An Extended Commuter Program is also available.

  • Choose from a wide variety of courses taught in Humanities, Math, Science, Technology, Multi-Disciplinary, Visual and Performing Arts, and Fitness and Recreation
  • Experience independence within a secure environment living in a college dorm for 3 weeks (commuter option also available)
  • Meet other gifted students from around the world who share common interests, abilities, and goals
    Enjoy a variety of fun social activities in the evenings and excursions on the weekends

  • Princeton is ranked No. 1 in the U.S. by the U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Colleges 2017” in the category of Best National Universities, and SIG has been on campus since 2004!
  • On November 19, 1969, Charles “Pete” Conrad, Class of 1953, became the third person to walk on the moon, and carried a flag during his walk on the moon.