Schedule a class visit for a Princeton course

The Princeton University Art Museum and the Library welcome and encourage Princeton faculty to schedule a visit to their spaces. Classrooms are available to exhibit materials relating to a particular class or an entire course; please note that these rooms should be scheduled in advance, preferably early in the term for classes wishing to meet more than once during a semester, and items should be requested at least three working days before the class meeting.

Princeton University Art Museum
Princeton University Group Visits

Princeton University Library Special Collections
Classroom Information and Reservation Form

Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology
Classroom Information and Reservation Form

Past courses in the collections

A searchable list of courses that have taken advantage of the resources in the collections is available, as well as foreign language courses that have been taught in the Art Museum.

Consult with a curator, librarian, or McGraw staff member on a Princeton course

We invite Princeton faculty to schedule a consultation with us to discuss teaching with collections: these consultations may be exploratory or focused.

Princeton University Art Museum
Veronica White, Curator of Academic Programs

Princeton University Library, Rare Books & Special Collections

  • Firestone Library
    Gabriel Swift, Reference Librarian for Special Collections
  • Seeley G. Mudd Library
    Sara Logue, Assistant University Archivist for Public Services

Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology
Rebecca Friedman, Assistant Librarian

McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Kate Stanton, Interim Director