Register for On-Campus Recruiting
Thank you for your interest in Princeton students and alumni. Career Services can help you post your jobs, as well as schedule on-campus space for your information sessions and interviews. (Please see step #6 for a list of our fees).
Step 1: Register & Review Policies
Each year, all organizations wishing to recruit on campus must register, regardless of whether you have participated in on-campus recruiting previously. At the time of registration, you may select your:
- Desired interview slot duration
- Preferred interview dates & locations
- Information session details, if applicable
Please note that on-campus recruiting in the fall is for full-time positions only. Spring is for both internships and full-time positions.
Step 2: Receive Confirmation
If you register for on-campus recruiting for the upcoming academic year in March, you will receive an initial confirmation of dates in April. If you register for On-Campus Recruiting at a later time, you will receive your confirmation within a few business days.
Princeton on-campus recruitment is handled through a system called TigerTracks, powered by ExperienceTM. If you are new to the system, you will receive instructions on setting up your account.
Once your registration has been processed you will receive a confirmation of your location, dates and times.
Step 3: Manage Location Logistics
Typically, interviews are held at the Office of Career Services and information sessions are held in the Frist Campus Center. If you plan to use any venue other than Career Services, please contact us as soon as possible to discuss the details of your event. This allows us to minimize scheduling conflicts among similar recruiting organizations and the pressure on students who must move back and forth between locations.
If you have chosen to have your interviews at the Nassau Inn or your information session at Prospect House, please contact them directly to reserve your rooms, after you have confirmed your preferred date and time with Career Services.
Please see our policies for information on canceling room reservations.
Step 4: Post Your Open Positions
In July, you will receive an email asking you to post your positions on Experience/TigerTracks for the upcoming academic year. Complete instructions and the required link will be provided.
Please note that positions must FIRST be posted on Experience/TigerTracks before we can attach interview schedules.
Step 5: Consider Advertising
At this time, you may want to consider advertising options to further promote your opportunities and events. There are several opportunities to advertise your on-campus programming or interviews to Princeton students, including:
Step 6: Receive Invoice
At the close of the recruitment cycle, you will receive an invoice by email. On-campus recruiting fees are as follows:
- $100 per-semester, non-refundable registration fee
- $250 classroom presentation fee for information sessions (includes use of A/V equipment)
- $60 interview room fee
- $250 career services conference room fee
Nonprofit organizations, government agencies and educational institutions may use the On-Campus Recruiting Program free of charge.
Need to make changes?
If you would like to schedule additional on-campus recruiting activities or make changes to your registration or current room reservations or cancel, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that:
- The Interview Rooms fee is refundable if the cancellation is made at least 30 days in advance.
- The Information Session Room fee is refundable if made at least 48 hours in advance.
- The per-semester Registration Fee is NONREFUNDABLE, regardless of when any cancellation is made.
- Any fees associated with Prospect House or the Nassau Inn are the sole responsibility of the recruiting organization.
Looking to post jobs without on-campus interviews?
If the position you are listing will not have on-campus interviews, please complete a job posting form.