Travel and Parking
DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS
Detailed travel instructions to the Princeton University campus is available online here.
DIRECTIONS TO THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
Travel directions to the Engineering Quadrangle may be found here.
PARKING ON CAMPUS
When visiting campus, guests are asked to use the new Stadium Drive Garage (SDG), which is located near the intersection of Fitzrandolph Road and Faculty Road (view parking lot map). If using a navigation device, enter “Stadium Drive Garage, Sweetgum Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540”. Follow the University’s signage for Stadium Drive. Parking in SDG is free.
From Alexander Street: Turn onto Faculty Road (traffic light). At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on Faculty Road. Turn left onto Fitzrandolph Road, turn left, and then turn right. The Stadium Drive Garage will be on the right.
From Washington Road: Follow Faculty Road east (turning right if coming from Route 1; left if coming from Nassau Street). Turn left onto Fitzrandolph Road, turn left, and then turn right. The Stadium Drive Garage will be on the right.
Prior to coming to campus, the Princeton’s Parking and Transportation Services Office asks that you preregister your vehicle. The start and end dates should be the day you are planning your Princeton visit.
If you plan to attend an event and have accessibility concerns, please contact the office you are visiting, Transportation and Parking Services or the Office of Disability Services. View the Accessible Buildings, Walkways and Parking Areas map.
An eruv is a symbolic enclosure that allows observant Jews, mostly of the Orthodox community, to carry objects outdoors on the Sabbath. View the Eruv Map.
DIRECTIONS AND MAP TO E-QUAD WITH METERED PARKING
SEAS is located on the corner of Olden Street and Prospect Avenue (K3 on the campus map). If you are using a GPS navigation system to find the Engineering Quadrangle (E-Quad), please enter “41 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ.”
Limited street metered parking is also available on the street in Princeton Borough, including nearby Prospect Avenue, and Olden and William Streets. We strongly recommend that you bring plenty of quarters with you, as the Princeton Borough aggressively patrols for expired meters. Please see the Municipality of Princeton’s website for more metered parking information and maps.
CAMPUS SHUTTLE SERVICE TO E-QUAD
A free campus shuttle operates from Stadium Drive Garage during weekdays until early evening. The University’s TigerTransit transportation system operates frequently, and is wheelchair accessible.
The campus shuttle has a 7-minutes frequency from the Stadium Drive Garage and is serviced by two different shuttle lines. The McCosh Walk on Washington Road stop should take about five minutes, followed by a very short walk to the Engineering Quadrangle (E-Quad), which is (K3 on the campus map). The campus shuttle routes and schedules are posted online here
The shuttle buses are equipped with web-based GPS and can be tracked in real-time by downloading the TripShot app to your mobile device.