Princeton Courses is the most popular student-created tool for exploring Princeton University's course listings; aroung 45% of Princeton students use the website to plan their courses.
Princeton Courses was originally built by a group of students as their final project for COS 333: Advanced Programming Techniques taught by Brian Kernighan in Spring 2017. The website has since joined TigerApps and is now maintained by the Undergraduate Student Government. The source code for the website is available on GitHub.
G'day! I'm from Australia. I like to wear colourful T-shirts and spell colourful with a 'u'.
Hello! I'm a Computer Science Major from the Class of 2019, and from Turkey. I draw, play the violin, and sing a cappella.
I'm from New Zealand. I do improv comedy and quite enjoy eating pasta.
Hey-o! I love eating raw fish, making snap judgments, and unironically using the word "fam."
Spring 2017 COS 333 Advisor
Spring 2017 COS 333 Instructor