Pat Rounds

Arts Program Coordinator
Office Phone
203 48 University Place
Pat plays a central role in supporting the work of nearly 60 registered student arts organizations, as well as individual student artists using ODUS-managed resources.  As the Arts Program Coordinator, Pat serves as the primary administrative point of contact for all activity, from group and individual students in the video production studio, recording studio, and digital editing suite to produce artistic work on campus.  In addition to developing and implementing policies for these facilities, Pat hires and supervises student staff working in these spaces.  Pat also works collaboratively with colleagues across campus, serving as a conduit between student arts organizations and various University departments, including the Lewis Center for the Arts, Music Department, McCarter Theater, and Event and Venue Support Services.
Pat graduated from Princeton in 2015, earning an A.B in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and a certificate in Theatre through the Lewis Center for the Arts. He also earned an Ed.M. in Higher Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Pat previously worked in the Princeton University Undergraduate Admission Office, and now eagerly engages with the arts at Princeton, a community he was deeply involved in as a student, having performed with groups such as the Triangle Club, Princeton University Players, Theatre Intime, and Princeton Shakespeare Company.