Any member or visitor who is a non-resident of the United States and receiving a stipend from the Institute is required to complete and submit a "Nonimmigrant Tax Status Form" to Tina Gaspari (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Review all insurance information for Members and Visitors (according to the nature of your appointment). Any health insurance-related questions should be directed to Human Resources (email@example.com).
(No later than June 1st) Use this form to provide research statements and photos for the Faculty and Members publication and online profiles. New scholars should log in using the email address and password you submitted to create your online application or provided to you by your School Administrative Officer; returning scholars should log in using your Institute credentials. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are eligible for campus housing, obtain, complete, and return the Housing Form to Sharon Tozzi (email@example.com) to reserve your apartment. While we make every effort to assign you a unit that meets all of your stated preferences, availability is limited so prompt completion of the form increases the likelihood that you will receive your preferred unit type.
Make arrangements for care and education of any children accompanying you to the Institute.
If your child(ren) will be enrolled in public school, please take a moment to review all of the information about the Princeton Schools and be sure to register your child in a timely fashion.
If you will be accompanied by children who are not yet school-aged, visit the website for Crossroads Nursery School to learn about child care opportunities there. Space at Crossroads is limited, however, so contact them promptly to help ensure your child can get a placement.
At your own pace:
Read these FAQs to find the answers to many of our incoming scholars’ commonly asked questions.
Consider joining the IAS Community Facebook Group. This private forum provides an opportunity for Institute Members and their families to participate in conversation, collaborate on projects, and engage in activities before, during, and after their Institute stay.