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Location & Directions

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Princeton is an academic, research, business, and residential community located midway between New York and Philadelphia. Residents and students have access to libraries, museums, churches, theaters, concerts, athletic events and public lectures in the immediate vicinity.


Maps 

Princeton Area Map (pdf)
Princeton Seminary Main Campus Map
(pdf)
Charlotte Rachel Wilson Campus Map (pdf)

Airports

Newark Liberty International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport
Trenton Mercer Airport

Bus

New Jersey Transit
Suburban Transit

Train

Amtrak
New Jersey Transit
Shuttle Service


Area Construction and Road Closures

*When planning your visit, please note the following construction updates from the Arts and Transit Project

  • Expect overnight road closure on Alexander Street and University Place, now through August 10
  • Sections of Alexander Street and University Place in the vicinity of Princeton Station and McCarter Theatre will be closed for overnight paving work through Thursday, August 10 from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
  • Access to Princeton Station, the Princeton Station parking lot, Princeton University West Garage and local businesses will be maintained during the closure. Parking on sections of University Place, Alexander Street and adjacent to Princeton Station will be closed for the duration of the project to permit the milling, paving, and striping work to proceed. 
  • Please follow posted detour routes and no parking signage in the project area.
  • Pedestrian and bike pathways through the Arts and Transit Project have been opened to the public including access through the site from University Place to Princeton Station, the Princeton Station commuter parking lot, Wawa and the West Garage.   A map indicating the pathways that are now open has been added to the Arts and Transit website


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Scholar and Theological Educator

Kathleen M. O’Connor , Class of 1984

“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature, altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”