This section is designed to provide some helpful information about the recruiting process for the mens' heavyweight and lightweight rowing programs at Princeton University and to answer some of the initial questions you may have.
Communication with the Princeton coaching staff and your college counseling office lies at the heart of the recruiting and application process. If you can effectively communicate with us, all of your achievements and hard work will be recognized. The Princeton coaching staff will work tirelessly in attempting to discover you, but if we do not regularly hear from you there is a risk that we will not be able to help you as effectively as possible.
This questionnaire will provide us with all the initial information that we will need to help guide you through the rest of the process.
You can begin to contact us as early as you want, although the real recruiting process will not begin until the start of your junior year.
If you have specific questions about the heavyweight or lightweight teams at Princeton or would like to contact a coach directly, please email:
- Heavyweights – Matt Smith (email@example.com )
- Lightweights – Bill Manning (firstname.lastname@example.org )
We have put together a step by step timeline that we feel will help each student athlete approach the recruiting process in a timely fashion. Click here to see our suggested timeline .
There are many rules that address how coaches are allowed to communicate and interact with prospective student athletes during the recruiting process. Click here to learn more about the NCAA rules that relate to the recruiting process .
Here are some helpful links that will provide additional information on Princeton and the admissions process.
- Princeton University (www.princeton.edu )
- Princeton University Admission and Financial Aid (www.princeton.edu/admission )
The 2014-2015 Common Application and Princeton Supplement are now online and can be found here: https://www.commonapp.org/CommonApp/default.aspx 
Princeton does require that you have taken either the SAT Reasoning Test (if you take the Reasoning Test more than once, they will use your best individual sections to produce your best combined score) or the ACT in addition to at least two SAT II Subject tests. You can find more information on the SAT and ACT test dates here:
- SAT and SAT II - http://sat.collegeboard.com/register/sat-dates 
- ACT - http://www.actstudent.org/regist/dates.html 
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