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Financial Aid Operating Status

Following University guidelines, the Office of Undergraduate Financial Aid and Student Employment is working to implement remote operation procedures. The office is currently unavailable for phone calls, but inquiries may be directed to

For questions about COVID-19-specific procedures, including move out and billing, please review the University's earlier communications to students and to parents.

DACA and Financial Aid

Princeton meets the full demonstrated need of all aid applicants, including DACA and undocumented students.

In addition to the standard aid award, the University will provide additional grant aid of up to $495 to reimburse students for employment authorization and biometrics fees associated with DACA status renewal.

In order to work on campus, DACA students must complete an I-9 form and provide a valid Employment Authorization Card to the Student Employment Office.

For additional details and to request DACA reimbursement, please contact Benjamin Eley (