The media relations team serves as the primary University contact for journalists. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-258-5733 to get in touch. We monitor email both during and after business hours and will respond to urgent queries as quickly as possible.
We can help you:
- Secure comment on a University matter.
- Identify and reach an expert source.
- Obtain photo/video credentials.
- Obtain photo files and reprint permission.
Some larger administrative and academic units have media relations teams that can help you in specific areas:
- Office of Athletic Communication
- Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
- Princeton University Art Museum
- School of Engineering
- Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
- Lewis Center for the Arts
The University offers a studio space and high-quality audio and video connections for use by media interviewing members of the University community remotely. For more information, contact Instructional Support Services at 609-258-7872 or email email@example.com.
The University manages several collections of images. Learn more about our image resources.
Below are print-quality photographs of recent Princeton newsmakers and events:
- Princeton president Christopher L. Eisgruber
- Commencement 2018
- U.S. poet laureate and Princeton professor Tracy K. Smith
- Nobel laureate and Princeton professor F. Duncan Haldane
- Nobel laureate and Princeton professor emeritus Angus Deaton
For Commercial Media
The Office of Communications reviews requests to use Princeton's name and/or image in films, television, advertisements, books, commercial websites and news releases, and other places.
If you are seeking permission to use the Princeton name or image in commercial media, you must contact the Media Relations Team. We will typically ask to review a script or other relevant materials that feature Princeton.
Commercial media and outside companies who are not affiliated with the University should adhere to Princeton's intellectual property and restricted images guidelines.