The Arts and Transit Project will transform a space that is a nexus of both campus and community life when it is completed in 2017.
New public plazas and improved traffic circulation will complement a new NJ TRANSIT Dinky station and Wawa, a restaurant, a café, other public amenities, and new University arts facilities associated with the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music. The site will make it possible to expand engagement with the arts, indoors and ou
The Office of Information Technology has launched a new mobile application suite where students, faculty, staff, and visitors can access information about Princeton via any device. Princeton Mobile is available for free at m.princeton.edu and as an app for Android and iOS. It replaces iPrinceton. A few features of particular interest to students include the campus map and directory, public, USG and residential college events, detailed dining information, news stories including fro
Keyless Lock Program Lock Out Policy
Lockout Procedures for the Keyless Lock System during Academic Year, Non-break, Periods
This policy pertains to Keyless Lock Lock Outs only. If you have lost your TigerCard, please see Lost TigerCard.
Monday–Friday, Regular Business Hours
After Business Hours Requests and Weekends
Loaner Card Drop-off Locations
Monday-Friday, Regular Business Hours
During regular busines
Want to connect with other Forbes students? You can use the Re-INNformer list to post lost items, ask if you can borrow an iron, tool kit, textbook or whatever you need. This is the place to advertise your theatre or dance performance, post sign-up information, open houses or announcements for extracurricular clubs and events. Are you looking for a running buddy, or other musicians in Forbes who want to start a band? Looking for someone to cook with or play games?
The Forbes College Council Facebook page is the place to go to learn about study breaks, special events and pictures of events.