When you are established as a reviewer for applications in Princeton University's Global Programs System, you will receive an automated message from GPS with your username, a temporary password, and a link to login.
Users with a Princeton University NetID will login using the “Princeton Users” link. These users will authenticate via CAS.
Others will use the “General non-Princeton Login” link. The link we take you to a User Identification Wizard.
Select the button for “I have login credentials to this site that I received by email.”
On the next page, enter the username and temporary password you received via email. The first time you login, you will be prompted to answer security questions to be used in the event that a password reset is needed. Next, you will be prompted to change your temporary password.
Once you are logged in, you will be on a page titled “My Reviews”. On this page, you will see a list of applicants for your review. Some of these applications are “Not Ready for Review” and you cannot yet view them. Those that are marked “Ready for Review” can be opened and viewed by selecting the student’s name.
When you open a student’s application, you may see profile information about the student, answers to questionnaires, links to open uploaded documents (e.g. resume, transcript, essay), and/or links to recommendations. You will see the applicant information and application components for which the program administrator has given permission.
At the bottom of the application page, you will see a text box in which to enter "Reviewer Comments" and an opportunity to indicate your recommendation. Note that your comments and recommendation will not be visible to the applicant, will not directly impact the status of student’s application, and will be seen only by the program administrator(s).
Once you are finished, select “submit”.
Notice that you can read that you have submitted your review for an application in the status field of your Reviews list.