All students admitted to Princeton are eligible for fellowships covering living expenses, including summer support, and tuition, which includes the use of the library and gymnasium, access to the clinical service of the McCosh Health Center, and a health and accident insurance policy.
Considered one of the largest open-stack libraries in existence, the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library functions as the main library on the Princeton University campus and assumes primary responsibility for Princeton’s humanities and social sciences collections and specialized research support services. It also provides unique spaces for research, studying, and group work.
In addition to the Library's Course Reserve Services for accessing books and articles relevant to current seminars, there is a departmental library and reading room for graduate students in philosophy located on the first floor of Marx Hall. It contains the current and recent issues of many major philosophical journals and a collection of frequently used works in philosophy. The University also subscribes to electronic editions of many philosophy journals, making these accessible from any university computer.
For students with special interest in logic, mathematics, and physics, the mathematics and physics library possesses one of the most extensive collections anywhere of books and journals in those fields.