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Subscribe to Academic Calendar Instructions


IOS (iPhone/iPad) Instructions:

  • Touch Settings --> Main, Contacts, Calendars --> Add Account
  • Touch Other at the bottom of the list
  • Touch Add Subscribed Calendar
  • Type the address below in the Server field
  • https://registrar.princeton.edu/academic-calendar/acad-cal.ics
  • Touch Done
  • Keep the default values on the Subscription page and touch Next

If you followed the directions above, you should now be able to see the Academic Calendar in the Calendar app on your iPhone and/or iPad.

Mac OS X Instructions:

  • Open the Calendar program in the Applications folder
  • In the menu bar on the top of the screen, click File --> New Calendar Subscription
  • Type the address below in the Calendar URL field
  • https://registrar.princeton.edu/academic-calendar/acad-cal.ics
  • Click the Subscribe button
  • On the "Academic Calendar" Info page click the drop down menu for Auto-Refresh and select the interval that best suites you.  We suggest Every day as a refresh interval
  • Click the OK button

If you followed the Mac OS X directions above, you should now be able to see the Academic Calendar in the Calendar program on your Mac OS X computer.

Windows 8 & 7 Instructions (Outlook 2013):

  • You will need Outlook installed on your PC to subscribe to the Academic Calendar.  Also, you can use a free program like Mozilla Sunbird or Google Calendar.  These instructions are for Outlook.  The OIT helpdesk can provide help for anyone who needs Outlook installed (609-258-HELP). 
  • Open Outlook
  • Switch to the Calendar section of Outlook
  • In the menu ribbon on the top of the Outlook window, select Open Calendar --> From Internet
  • Type the address below in the New Internet Calendar Subscription window
  • https://registrar.princeton.edu/academic-calendar/acad-cal.ics
  • Click the OK button
  • Click the Yes button on the next window that asks to "Add this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates?"

If you followed the Windows directions above, you should now be able to see the Academic Calendar in the Outlook 2013 program on your Windows computer.

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