Yunifásítì Princeton

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Princeton University
Látìnì: Universitas Princetoniensis
Motto Dei sub numine viget (Latin)
Motto in English Under God's power she flourishes[1]
Established 1746
Type Private
Endowment US$12.6 billion[2]
President Shirley M. Tilghman
Academic staff 1,172
Admin. staff 1,103
Students 7,567
Undergraduates 5,047[3]
Postgraduates 2,520
Location Borough of Princeton,
Princeton Township,
Plainsboro,
West Windsor
, New Jersey, USA
Campus Suburban, 600 acres (2.4 km2)
(Princeton Borough and Township)
Former names College of New Jersey (1746–1896)
Colors Orange and black         
Athletics 38 varsity teams
Ivy League
NCAA Division I
Nickname Tigers
Affiliations

MAISA;

AAU
Website http://www.princeton.edu
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Yunifásítì Princeton je yunifasity aladani asewadi to budo si Princeton, New Jersey, orile-ede Amerika.



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  1. This is sometimes humorously translated as "God went to Princeton." "Princeton Dictionary A-G," The Daily Princetonian, 15 June 2008, accessed 5 September 2008 at https://archive.is/20120723104552/www.dailyprincetonian.com/2008/06/15/19904/
  2. "President Tilghman's Letter to the Campus Community (9/29/09)". Princeton University. http://www.princeton.edu/savings/tilghman-letters/President_Tilghman_Community_Email_9-29-09.pdf. Retrieved September 29, 2009. 
  3. [1]. Princeton University "Facts & Figures". Retrieved on 2010-01-23.