A staff member at Princeton University died in Green Hall on Tuesday, school officials said in an email to the campus community.
“Princeton University is saddened to inform the community that a staff member died on campus today. The death is under investigation and access to Green Hall might be limited,” the Tiger Alert sent out Tuesday evening read. “The Department of Public Safety has determined that there is no ongoing threat to the campus community.”
The death appears to be a suicide. The Middlesex County Medical Examiner is handling the review of the death.
If you or someone you know is feeling suicidal, immediately call or text 988 or 800-273-TALK (800-273- 8255). The national suicide hotline is staffed around the clock. For information about warning signs, information for veterans, and local crisis centers, visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org. You can also call your local police department and they will help you get the resources you need for a loved one or yourself.
Princeton University has resources available for employees and students seeking support. For employees, Carebridge counseling services are available 24/7 by calling (800) 437-0911
Student resources include:
Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) at 609-258-3141
Office of Religious Life Deans and Chaplains at 609-258-3047
Directors of Student Life (DSLs) and Residential Life Coordinators
The staff in the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
Editor’s note: Suicide is a public health crisis. We believe it is important to report on suicide, to name it, and to raise awareness about the issue. We do not, however, report the name of someone who has died by suicide without the express permission of the family. Some families choose to be named, while others still feel a stigma when death is by suicide. We respect their wishes in an attempt to do no harm as a journalism organization.