Nassau Hall is the oldest building at Princeton University, and it once served as the US Capitol building in 1783. it is now the site of the office of the university’s president and other top administrators.

Princeton, New Jersey is undoubtedly most famous for being the site of Princeton University, routinely ranked as the top undergraduate university in the USA. All participants at the Olympiad will have the opportunity to tour the Princeton campus with official university guides. Sites include Nassau Hall (former seat of government of the USA), Firestone Library, the Princeton University Chapel, Frist Campus Center, the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and more. There will be also be an opportunity to spend an hour either exploring the town or the Princeton University Art Museum. International Academic Competitions’s Executive Director, David Madden (a member of Princeton’s undergraduate Class of 2003) is also working together with Princeton University officials, including the Admissions Department, to see if there might be further possibilities for collaboration and involvement between the Olympiad and the University.