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is a vibrant community of scholarship and learning that stands in the nation's service and in the service of all nations. Chartered in 1746, and known as the College of New Jersey until 1896, it was British North America's fourth college.
Recognized globally for academic excellence, Princeton University today is a vibrant community of scholarship and learning. As President Shirley M. Tilghman noted in her 2003 Commencement address:
“The specific components of a Princeton education have evolved over time, but our central aim has remained the same: to instill in each graduate those qualities of mind and character necessary for good citizenship and wise leadership. They include a broad intellectual curiosity that embraces open-mindedness coupled with critical thinking; respect for our moral and cultural inheritance coupled with a capacity for innovation and change; an appreciation of the shared destiny and common humanity of all peoples; and core principles of responsibility, integrity and courage.”
In the conclusion of his book, "Princeton University: The First 250 Years," published in connection with the University's 250th anniversary in 1996, Don Oberdorfer, journalist and member of Princeton's Class of 1952 wrote: "Princeton has been able to change with the times, it seems to me, on something of its own terms, without compromising its purposes or its standards. That is no small achievement with which to face the future."
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