Open Access returns us to the values of research, scholarship, and knowledge to help advance and improve society.
By providing immediate and unrestricted access to the latest research, we can accelerate discovery and create a more equitable scholarly communication system that is open to all.
If you have any questions about Open Access publishing and financial support, please contact: email@example.com.
Princeton University Library supports Open Access publishing and has agreements in place that allow Princeton University authors to publish their research articles as Open Access without paying Author Processing Charges (APCs).
During the article submission process, self-identify as a Princeton University author. Choose Princeton University as your affiliated institution, and use your @princeton.edu or @pppl.gov email address during the submission process.
ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)
Publish your article in more than 50 peer-reviewed ACM journals with no APCs.
Cambridge University Press
Publish your article in Cambridge University Press peer-reviewed journals with no APCs.
IOP (Institute of Physics)
Corresponding Princeton University authors can publish their research as Open Access in 79 IOP eJournals without APCs.
PLOS (Public Library of Science)
Author processing charges reduced to $400 for all PLOS peer-reviewed journals: Computational Biology, Digital Health, Genetics, Neglected Tropical Diseases, PLOS ONE, Pathogens, Biology, Climate, Global Public Health, Medicine, Sustainability and Transformation, Water. Please apply for a $400 waiver during the publishing workflow. PLOS graciously agrees to grant the waiver to Princeton University authors. If you have any questions or issues claiming the waiver, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corresponding authors affiliated with Princeton University may publish Open Access at no charge to the author. To qualify, articles must be published in a Wiley or Hindawi fully Open Access journal (submitted on or after 1 January 2023), or published Open Access in a hybrid journal (accepted on or after 1 January 2023).