The Assistant Dean of the College manages Athletic-Academic Affairs and works closely with the Deputy Dean of the College in supporting the Freshman Seminars Program.
As the liaison between Athletics, faculty, administrators, and students, the Assistant Dean works to maintain a quality educational experience for varsity student-athletes and represents the Office of the Dean of the College (ODOC) in all matters of University policy and curriculum relating to students involved in a varsity athletic program at Princeton. The Assistant Dean advises on matters at the intersection of academics and athletics, and provides auxiliary academic advising to student-athletes in close collaboration with the residential college advising staff, which has primary responsibility for the academic progress of all Princeton students.
This role also supports the day-to-day management of the Freshman Seminars Program, a flagship program designed to provide first-year students with an early opportunity to experience the excitement of working closely with a professor and a small group of fellow students on a topic of special interest. Occasionally, the Assistant Dean leads special projects designed to enhance the undergraduate academic experience of student-athletes.
Liaison for Athletic-Academic Affairs:
As part of the advising team, exercise appropriate independent judgment and foster strong collaborative relationships with residential college deans, directors of studies, and directors of student life.
Athletic Fellows Program:
Freshman Seminars Program:
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