Visitor Parking

Visitor parking information

Monday through Friday, 7 am to 4 pm

Visitors coming to the University on weekdays from 7 AM to 4 PM are welcome to park in Stadium Drive Garage. Frequent TigerTransit service is available from the garage to stops on Washington Road, Nassau Street, and University Place. Click for more information on TigerTransit routes and schedules.

Visitors parking in the garage are asked to register for a daily visitor permit. Registration can be done online in advance or at the garage during arrival.

After 4 pm and on weekends

After 4 PM on weekdays and all day on the weekend, University visitors may park in any numbered and non-restricted parking lots, including the Theater Drive Garage, Prospect Ave Garage, and Stadium Drive Garage. 

Please see the Princeton University Visitor Parking Map for lot locations and access.

University admissions tours

Visitors participating in admissions tours starting at the Admissions Information Center located at 36 University Place (adjacent to the University store) should follow parking instructions provided during the registration process.

Elm Drive access

In order to maintain safety for all and livable space for Princeton’s undergraduate residents, Elm Drive is closed to all unauthorized vehicles outside of the University’s yearly Move In and Move Out activities. Visitors may take TigerTransit to many campus locations. For mobility needs, please see the transit and parking options on the Campus Accessibility page.


Visitor parking FAQs

Local Movement, Global Impact

The University is committed to achieving carbon neutrality for all campus emissions by 2046 as well as support sustainable action at all scales, from personal to global.  

In New Jersey, more than 40% of greenhouse gas emissions come from the transportation sector, with significant climate and human health implications, particularly for overburdened communities. Through Revise Your Ride and the Campus Mobility Framework, the University looks to double the percentage of alternative commuters and expand the use of campus as an incubator for lifelong sustainable transportation habits.  

Check on our progress