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After Enrollment

Classroom Locations

Classroom assignments will be announced approximately 1 week prior to the beginning of classes.  Visit the registrars' page to see classroom assignments.  To locate a building on campus click here for an interactive campus map. 


Parking

Auditors are encouraged to park free of charge in Lot 21.

A valid parking permit must be displayed on your dashboard in order to use Lot 21. Vehicles in Lot 21 without a valid parking permit risk receiving a Parking citation.

A new parking permit for Lot 21 will be required each semester. A list of all registered auditors will be supplied to Transportation & Parking Services (TPS) after the third day of registration. In order to receive a valid permit, you will need to notify TPS after the third day of registration that you intend to use Lot 21 for the semester in which you have registered. Auditors shuld contact TPS by email at parking@princeton.edu or by telephone at 609-258-3157. Auditors may choose to have their permit mailed to their home address or picked up from TPS in person. Please note that neither of these options will be available until after the third day of registration and that permits will not be issued unless requested by the auditor.
 
Current vehicle information must be in the CAP database prior to registration. You can view and edit your vehicle information by clicking on the My Profile tab after you logon to the system. Then click on My Vehicles. If your vehicle information should change, you need to update your data and contact the Community Auditing Program immediately in order to avoid receiving citations.
 

For directions to Lot 21 click here.

The East Line Shuttle to campus departs from the shelter, located in Lot 21.   Click here to view the schedule.  The shuttle travels in a clockwise loop beginning and ending at Lot 21 with stops at South Campus, Frist/Guyot, Woodrow Wilson, Nassau Street/Charlton Street, Friend Center, and Fisher Hall. 


Blackboard

Blackboard is an online site where course information such as the course syllabus, announcements, and reading assignments are posted for students.  If you are an enrolled community auditor and your professor uses Blackboard you may have access to this site.

To login to the Blackboard site you will need your CAP username and password.

Once at the site, choose the second login option "I have a special Blackboard ID and Password (Community Auditor or other)".  You will then be directed to the login page.

In the box titled:

Blackboard ID:

Type "au_" followed by your CAP username.  For example:  au_MarySmith

PASSWORD:

Type in your CAP password

Click here to go to the Blackboard login page.