Princeton Splash
splash@princeton.edu
Email: splash@princeton.edu
contact us
FAQ | facebook

Student registration for Splash 2023 is OPEN!

You can register here!


Learn Anything

Come spend a day on Princeton's campus taking classes on everything and anything, from computational neuroscience and K-pop dance to classical mythology and botany, taught by passionate Princeton students.

Are you interested in beatboxing? Skincare? Calligraphy? Whatever your interests, there are Splash classes for you!

We want to give you, the high school student, a chance to take a full day of classes at Princeton University. Hear from your "professors" who are college teachers attending Princeton University. 

2023 Course Catalog

Check out our amazing 2023 classes here! You can take these classes at Splash 2023! Register now!

Program Details 

  • Cost of admission: Free, includes lunch
  • Eligibility: High school students in grades 9-12. If you're in homeschool or other types of educational programs, email the Splash admin team to ask about eligibility. You can live anywhere, so long as you can make it to the university campus on the day of the event. That means we take students from places like New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and other states. 
  • Date: 9 a.m. (check-in) to 5 p.m. on April 22, 2023. Splash participants must check in anytime between 9 a.m. and the start of their first class. 
  • Location: Princeton University campus. Check-in will be at the Louis A. Simpson International Building. More details for parents here.
  • Check-in site: Meet at the atrium of the Louis Simpson International Building. The area features a cafe with white tables, and you can get inside from across the fountain at the School of Public and International buildings (building with white columns). We recommend that students check in anytime from 9-10 a.m. 
  • Pick up students: You can pick up your students at any location on campus after their final class. We do not require that after the program, students meet parents at a designated location. Just be safe! 
  • Parking: We don't have designated parking for the Splash event, though we suggest parking by the curb and paying a parking fee or parking at one of the garages and walking to the Louis Simpson International Building. Click here for a parking map.
If you're having trouble registering an account, please try incognito mode or use another device. Reach out to splash@princeton.edu via email if you have questions. 

Student Testimonials

I think just the fascinating classes offered were the best parts of the program. The instructors were incredible and super engaging!

I enjoyed talking to students there and connecting with them about subjects they study and I'm interested in personally.

I thought it was great how everything was an open learning opportunity, and I got to meet a lot of friendly new people.

The classes, food, and campus were awesome. I loved the people and the teachers. Art Block Printings was so much fun!!!! I made a Charmander stamp and it’s sooooooo cute!!!!



Last modified by us1464 on March 03, 2024 at 08:38 p.m.