Wellness Resources Tool
2nd.MD is a free, confidential service that provides expert medical opinion services for individuals facing a healthcare concern. 2nd.MD experts are comprised of board-certified doctors who are recognized leaders in their fields. Receiving an expert second opinion and support can help provide confidence in one’s diagnosis and treatment plan.
Available to Princeton medical plan participants, AbleTo can help individuals gain control of their medical condition or life change by addressing emotional challenges that can come with a diagnosis.
The University provides reimbursement for the following family planning expenses up to a lifetime maximum of $40,0
The University provides up to five days during an employee’s employment with the University to find and arrange care for aging and/or disabled eligible family members.
The Princeton University Art Museum contains a permanent collection and special exhibits and hosts guided tours, gallery talks, symposia, lectures, and special programs.
Season tickets for varsity football, basketball, and hockey games are available at the Jadwin Gymnasium Ticket Office. Many other events are free.
The Bright Horizons Back-up Care Program provides faculty and staff with back-up care when there are temporary disruptions in one’s child, adult, and/or elder caregiving arrangements that would otherwise prevent fulfilling work obligations. The benefit also includes College Coach, which provides one-on-one guidance from college admissions experts, including strategies for applying for college, personalized essay review with feedback, online resources, and virtual events.
If your child has a mental health issue, the Brightline team of licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists can assess, diagnosis, develop a treatment plan, and provide medication management. In addition to therapy, coaching is available for everyday issues like stress or transitions.
From retail to residential dining, to private events, catering and hospitality, University Services provides many options and services.
Faculty and staff and their families can purchase recreational facility permits for a small fee to use theUniversity recreational facilities, including swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts, and fitness center.
CAPTRUST is an independent investment advisory firm that provides confidential investment and financial advice to participants in the Princeton University retirement plans.
Castlight is a confidential and personalized healthcare tool, accessible online or through a mobile app.
Princeton University provides access to an excellent child care center on campus for faculty, staff, students, and community.
The Children’s Educational Assistance Plan is a tuition grant for 100% of their eligible child’s tuition and mandatory education fees up to an annual maximum amount defined by the University.
Each fall, local residents join Princeton faculty, staff, and students for Community and Staff Day, a celebration of sports, entertainment, and community.
Princeton University’s Community Auditing Program (CAP) enables members of the community, high school graduates ages 18 and above, to audit, or sit in on, University lectures as listeners, on a non-credit basis for $200 per cours
Each spring, the annual Communiversity Arts Festival brings the University and the town of Princeton together for a day of performances, food, games, and fun.
The Commuter Benefits Program allows faculty and staff to deduct monthly public transportation commuting expenses pretax from their pay.
Faculty, staff, and eligible dependents can enroll in Princeton’s Program in Continuing Education to attend most Princeton courses for advanced training.
Regular pay continues for time spent as a subpoenaed court witness when reporting to work on any day or part of a day when excused.