Before 4PM on weekdays: Weekday visitor parking is available at Stadium Drive Garage (map: Princeton Stadium Drive Garage), with frequent TigerTransit, the University’s campus shuttle, service. Visitors using the garage are required to register for a daily parking permit. Registration can be done online in advance or at the garage during arrival.
Once you have parked, please proceed to the covered transit waiting area directly adjacent to elevators. A climate-controlled indoor waiting room is also available at this location offering live shuttle arrival information. Click to view TigerTransit schedules.
Ride the shuttle to the McCosh stop, depart the shuttle and cross Washington Road at the traffic light. Turn left and follow the walkway down the hill to the Frist Campus Center. At the front of the building, turn left and use the descending stairs to enter the building on the 100 level, and proceed to the Welcome Desk for information.
After 4PM on weekdays or on weekends: Visitors may also park in most other University lots and garages, no daily parking permit required. Click to view the University parking map.
Alternative Parking Arrangements: Other parking options include the municipal parking lots and garages in downtown Princeton. Entrances are located on Chambers Street, Hullfish Street, and Spring Street. Metered parking on Princeton streets is limited to one hour in most cases, and overtime and illegal parking regulations are strictly enforced.
For additional travel information, contact the Frist Campus Center Welcome Desk at (609) 258-1766.