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Title:
Electronic Mailing Lists at Princeton University
Synopsis:
Guide to Electronic Mailing Lists at Princeton University


Solution:

Princeton University has several e-mail list services for different constituencies.

E-mail lists for academic courses

These lists are automatically built and maintained in the University's Blackboard system. Please see the Blackboard site for more information: www.princeton.edu/as/bb_main.shtml

E-mail lists for Princeton University alumni

These lists are built and maintained by the Alumni Council Tigernet service. Please see the Tigernet site for more information: tigernet.princeton.edu

Official University Mass-Mail lists

A number of University electronic mailing lists exist for official University communications. Mass electronic mailings to any one of these lists is permitted only by permission of the appropriate University office. In general, the same authority which approves large paper mailings approves the use of large e-mail lists to the same audiences.

  • See http://kb.princeton.edu/9307 for detailed information regarding faculty, staff, and graduate student official University lists as well as the procedure for using them. OIT Support and Operations Center staff can be reached at 8-4357, option 3 or by e-mail at pu-email@Princeton.edu.
  • To send to undergraduate class lists, contact the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS) at 258-5750.

E-mail lists for research, administration, or other recognized University activities

These lists are hosted on the University's lists servers and managed by OIT. Any member of the Princeton community -- whether faculty, staff, or student -- may establish an e-mail list, as long as it supports research, administration, or other recognized university activities. (Academic course lists are created automatically by the CourseInfo system.) There is no charge for creating a list or using the OIT list server. For information on requesting a list, see http://kb.princeton.edu/9151.

Last Updated:
June 2, 2011

Solution ID:
2838