Answered By: Jeremy Darrington
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2014     Views: 17

From the Office of the Provost: "The Priorities Committee is a subcommittee of the Council of the Princeton University Community and is advisory to the President. The committee reviews the operating budget of the University, considers issues that arise in the course of the preparation of that budget, and reviews plans for the development of the University."

Reports 2001/2002+

Printed reports 1970/1971+ in Firestone, call number (F) LD1583 .xP69.

A paper copy of the most recent PriCom report is at the Firestone reference desk.

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