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Ideas and Strategies from the Office of Gift Planning at Princeton University

Opening Doors, Transforming Lives

Princeton’s commitment to admitting high-achieving students from every sector of society has many facets to assist students to, through, and beyond their campus experience. Learn … Continue reading

An Evolving View of Princeton Sparks Plans for Robert D’Acquisto ’72

Late morning, Chancellor Green, 1972. Robert D’Acquisto meets to hammer out his sociology senior thesis with Professor James Sorenson. “Have you thought about this?” Sorenson … Continue reading

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Why I Joined the 1746 Society

From across the generations, these alumni share a commonality: they have fortified their commitment to the University by adding a gift to Princeton in their … Continue reading

Tiger-ize Your Assets at the 1746 Society Reunions Seminar and Breakfast

Learn how to preserve your assets for your family and your charities by avoiding bad choices and unscrupulous individuals in relationships, investments, and businesses, at … Continue reading

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