Princeton University puts the town of Princeton, New Jersey on the map.
Roughly 8,000 students attend the Ivy League school, in a town that has a population of about 17,000.
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Princeton University was originally founded in 1746 in Elizabeth, New Jersey before moving a year later, but in 1756, the school finally settled on its current location as its new home.
Many notable people attended Princeton. A few examples are presidents James Madison and Woodrow Wilson. Grover Cleveland wasn’t an alumnus but served as a trustee. John F. Kennedy attended his freshman fall semester at Princeton before eventually transferring to Harvard. First Lady Michelle Obama also attended Princeton.
Several TV show and movie references have been made to the University.
Movies and TV shows that were mentioned and/or filmed at Princeton include, A Beautiful Mind, A Cinderella Story, Accepted,
Transformers 2, The Happening, Salt, and much more.
Many citizens of Princeton also attend Mercer County Community College in West Windsor.