Event Planning Toolkit

Woman in orange dress dancing
Four ROTC members celebrating around a cake
Crowd of attendees looking presentation boards

Welcome to the Event Planning Toolkit! Whether you are new to Princeton, new to events or just looking to update your event planning knowledge, the Toolkit will contain the resources, tools and information you need to make your event the best that it can be. 

This site is a living resource that will be constantly updated with submissions from event planners across campus. Do you want to highlight an event that you've done? Share your favorite tips? Write or suggest a How To guide? Reach out to [email protected] to become a part of the Event Planning Toolkit.

Taylor Commons with round tables with black chairs. Tables have full place settings and flowers.
Seven people wearing all white sit at a table with a white tablecloth and food and waive white napkins in the air. There are string lights illuminating the image
View of dinner in Chancellor Green Rotunda as taken from the balcony level.
Rainbow banners leading to Nassau Hall


New Wayfinding App
Nov. 10, 2023

Princeton University has launched a new wayfinding app, geared towards an improved campus experience for visitors. Users of the Princeton Wayfinding app are able to identify options for routes between buildings on campus, taking into account options for…

New University Events Calendar
Aug. 2, 2023

We are thrilled to announce a new and improved University events calendar on the Princeton University homepage, launching just in time for the fall semester! Beginning today, 8/1, event planners will be able to update event details on the Event Management System. System of record for all space reservations on campus (including classes, exams, and events, conferences, meetings, etc.).  scheduling system, either at the time of request or anytime after, and simply opt to submit an on…

Reunions 2023: New Process for Making Space Reservations
Feb. 22, 2023

From: University Advancement, Alumni Engagement, Held on the weekend preceding Commencement, this unique event brings approximately 18,000 alumni and family members to the campus each spring.  Department


Tigers of every generation — an estimated 26,000 attendees — return to campus every year for Princeton Reunions. In recent years, the number of events sponsored by alumni and student groups and University departments has grown to …