Interested in touring Princeton? Here’s what a day with a Sherpa might look like.
2pm: I’ll meet you at Frist Campus, which is the busiest student center here. There’s a game room, several lecture halls, a TV room, and a food court. From there, we can tour the Woodrow Wilson Center Building, Fisher Hall, the Friend Center, and Sherrerd Hall, some of the academic buildings you’ll probably be spending a ton of time in.
2:30pm: Since you’re interested in economics and engineering, I’ll give you an extended tour of E-Quad (no one calls it Engineering Quad), which includes our Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering (my major).
3pm: You can sit in on ECO 202 (Statistics & Data Analysis for Economics) with me and see what it’s really like to attend a college class.
3:30pm: I’ll give you a tour of Firestone Library, University Chapel, McCosh Lecture Halls, East Pyne, West College, and Richardson Auditorium-some of the coolest places on campus-and then let you into Mathey Residential College. One of the coolest thing about Princeton is our residential colleges-you’re part of a community the second you step foot on campus.
4pm: We’ll end the tour at my townhouse on University Place.
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