Getting Around Campus

Princeton's 500-acre campus is most easily negotiated on foot, on bicycle or on one of the convenient shuttle buses.

Campus Shuttle

Pedestrians and bicyclists share paved paths that criss-cross the University. Lots and ramps at the perimeters — especially the south end of campus — provide places to park cars and serve as stops for the free TigerTransit campus shuttle system.

Campus Maps

Campus maps in a variety of formats — interactive, printable — or with different focuses — accessibility, biking — help visitors and members of the University community navigate the grounds.

Welcome Desk and Campus Tours

The Frist Campus Center Welcome Desk is the place for visitors to go for information about Princeton University. It can be reached at 609-258-1766. The campus tours page provides information (or links) regarding the various tours, their departure sites and their schedules.

Bikes

Through the University's student-run U-Bikes program, campus community members may rent bicycles or purchase refurbished bikes.