The Conference is held at Frist Campus Center at Princeton University. Below is the facade of the center that is across Washington Road from Ivy Lane.
For GPS directions to Frist Campus Center, enter 5 Ivy Lane Princeton, NJ 08542. This is the lot across the street from the center.
What you need to know information:
Alexander Road Bridge is Closed. Parts of Alexander Road are detoured. Other roads are experiencing delays also and traffic builds up in the late afternoon.
Please allow plenty of time to arrive at the conference.
Princeton University has put together a web page with lots of information about the detour, including real-time traffic information. Visit this page for all the details. Bridge Closure.
Directions/Transport for Getting to the Frist Campus Center:
- Public Bus Transportation: The 606 bus that leaves the Foxmoor shopping center in Hamilton at 3:27 pm and travels through Trenton, follows Rt. 206 from Princeton Pike in Lawrence Twp. and arrives at Palmer Square at 4:43 pm. For a return trip, the bus leaves Palmer Square at 9:52 pm. arriving at Foxmoor at 10:50 pm. The bus will pick up and discharge passengers at Washington and Nassau Streets. The Frist Center is a short walk down Washington Street. Visit NJ Transit’s website.
- FROM the center of Princeton: Nassau Street to Washington Road. Turn left onto Ivy Lane. See Parking instructions below.
- FROM Route 1: Exit Route 1 for Princeton onto Washington Road. Follow Washington Road to second traffic light. Turn right onto Ivy Lane. See parking instructions below.
There are multiple parking choices:
Downtown – There are 3 major parking garages in downtown Princeton. The Spring Street garage, behind the library, is a municipal garage and charges $6.50 for 4 to 5 hours (9 a.m. to 9 p.m.). The other two, one on Hulfish Street and the other on Chambers Street, charge a $3.00 flat fee when entering after 4:00 p.m. and leaving before 7 a.m. Note it is a bit of a walk to Frist Campus Center, so allow ample time.
Street Parking – There is parking on Prospect Avenue, but all the spaces are metered. You can pay by credit card, coin or dollars – but these spaces are expensive, and the town will ticket you if the meter runs out.
For the municipality of Princeton, there is an online parking page – including how to use the parking meters and other pertinent information. Princeton’s government provides this parking map of metered streets in town.
University Parking – There is also free parking in several of the University parking lots.
After 5 pm parking in lots 4, 5, 25 and 14 is permitted. There is also North Garage on Prospect and Lot 21 near Jadwin Gym.
A map in PDF is available here for download to help find these location: Princeton U Parking Maps.
At the Frist Campus Center
The campus center was built over time so it has multiple levels, and classrooms on multiple levels. We start downstairs in one of the biggest spaces. It may take a bit of walking to get to your workshop. Wear comfy shoes. There is an elevator but it gets crowded, so if you are able, be prepared to climb some stairs.
There will be greeters to direct you to you classrooms. Feel free to ask them questions!
Remember to bring business cards and network with people!
Wireless Access at Princeton University Frist Center:
Here is the link to access the network through PUWireless:
Visitors will have to enter name and email to receive a confirmation to make use of the WiFi.
We encourage photos and sharing! Use this hashtag: #PrincetonCW20 Share and find others who are attending!
Here’s a great handout with more info on the building, dinner selections and schedule.