Public Spaces and Buildings

Princeton’s new Campus Advocate program will help support a safe campus environment amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Dillon Gymnasium and Stephens Fitness Center will re-open on Monday, Sept. 14, only for undergraduate and graduate students approved to be on campus. Students are required to reserve times in order to use the gym; face coverings must be worn at all times except when in the pool.

On Aug 24, the University updated its visitor policy. Read the full policy on the Environmental Health and Safety website.

On Aug. 24, the University updated its policy on indoor and outdoor gatherings, meetings and events. Read the full policy on the Environmental Health and Safety website.

The Transportation and Parking Services website answers questions about getting to campus and getting around campus, including on the Tiger Transit shuttle, for individuals approved to work and live on campus in fall 2020. 


For the safety of visitors and our campus community, the Office of Undergraduate Admission is not holding in-person visits for the summer or fall semester. You can explore Princeton's campus remotely on the virtual visit section of the Admission...

Every person on campus, including visitors, must follow the University's face coverings policy when indoors and outside.

 University suppliers, contractors and vendors should consult the detailed guidance for contractors and vendors on the Environmental Health and Safety website. 

As of March 21, all campus events and tours are canceled until further notice. Summer programs are canceled as well. Guests are also restricted from dormitory buildings. 

Starting March 14 at 7 am campus academic and administrative buildings will be following an extended hour weekend building schedule until further notice. This means building exterior doors will be locked and will not be open to the general public. 

Students, faculty and staff will have access to buildings with card access systems using...