Campus & Community
Princeton University is committed to maintaining and strengthening its identity as a residential institution whose housing for students, faculty, and staff is on or near campus, fostering bonds and interaction both within the University and with the surrounding community.
For more information on University Housing, please visit our Housing website.
What's happening with housing?
The University is investigating additional planning and investment needed to provide for both the present and future housing needs of graduate students, faculty, and staff.
The University provides a significant amount of graduate student and faculty/staff housing, in addition to housing nearly all undergraduates. For graduate students, 750 apartment units and 440 dormitory units are located close to campus. For faculty and staff, 660 rental and 132 ownership units are also nearby. In addition, the University offers programs to help qualifying faculty and staff purchase housing in the private market.
The Princeton campus plan presents an opportunity to consider housing programs, capacity, and conditions in a larger context.
Photos: Courtesy of the Princeton University Office of Communications and Campus Plan consultants.
© 2006 The Trustees of Princeton University. Last update: December 20, 2006