SCHOLARSHIPS EDUCATION CAMARADERIE NETWORKING
WELCOME The Women’s College Club of Princeton annually awards college scholarships to outstanding young women attending Princeton public or private secondary schools who are in need of assistance to meet the high costs of tuition. We invite you to learn more about the history of our Club, and the wide range of informative programs and activities planned by our members, many of which are open to the public. Explore the categories of our website and discover why The Women’s College Club of Princeton, NJ is THE CLUB to join for service-oriented, college-educated women living in Princeton and in the Princeton area.
MEMBERSHIP One of the greatest benefits received from membership in The Women’s College Club of Princeton is participating in the camaraderie generated among members with diverse backgrounds and interests who unite to financially help outstanding young women pursue their education. Membership in our club is open to all women, without regard to age, race, creed or color, who are college-educated, live in the greater Princeton area, and who will pledge to actively support the mission of the Club.
Board Members: 2017-2018; Photo courtesy of Nora Ananos
Several members have expressed interest in Lorraine Haucke and Kathy Hutchins’ proposal of a handiwork group. If you hook rugs, crochet, sew, quilt, knit, needle point, embroider, cross stitch, need to sew on a button or two, shorten something, or just like the idea, this group wants YOU. Come share ideas or socialize. For more details, go to the left side-menu, and click: News/Recent Updates
2016 SCHOLARSHIP TEA was hosted by Ginny Mason on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., organized by Beverly Kestenis. Click the links to read news articles published in Town Topics, and The Princeton Sun, and the list of awardees published in Town Topics, and The Princeton Sun. (click to see Annual Committee Report)
April 10, 2016 – the 100th anniversary of The Women’s College Club of Princeton. CLICK HERE to see more photos of the celebration. (Photo credit: Nora Ananos)