A visit to our campus will likely give you a good feel for all that Princeton has to offer.
Princeton University's park-like campus is revered for its architectural and natural beauty. Our 500-acre residential community is located in central New Jersey in a cosmopolitan town of approximately 30,000 residents. The University is centrally located between Philadelphia and New York City and is accessible by many means of transportation, including Amtrak and NJ Transit. Princeton University has its own NJ Transit train station on campus.
Our 23-stop virtual tour of the main campus is available in four languages — English, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish — and is accessible via your desktop or smartphone. (It's available as virtual reality too!) The virtual tour is led by students and includes 360-degree panorama photos and videos.
We recommend you consult our list of local resources, including restaurants and lodging, as well as directions to Princeton’s campus. Our Getting to Campus page provides a detailed interactive map with key admission information session and tour locations. Visitor parking is located in Lot 23 along Faculty Road on the south end of campus. Please follow signs for admissions visitor parking.
The following admission publications are available in braille editions. Please visit the Admission Visitor Center in Whig Hall or the receptionist at 110 Morrison Hall to borrow a copy.
“Pursue Your Passion: Undergraduate Research at Princeton”
“Learn with Leaders: Faculty Access at Princeton”
“Affordable for All: Financial Aid at Princeton”
“Princeton At A Glance”
In addition, all of our admission publications are available for download as a .PDF file and are 508 compliant.
The University is an Aira hotspot. Aira is a mobile app that uses artificial intelligence and augmented reality to connect people who are blind or low vision to a live agent who can guide them through our campus via a smartphone. The app is free and can be downloaded from your app store. An informational brochure about Aira is available in braille at Clio Hall.