The School of Engineering and Applied Science spans seven buildings indicated in the map below: the Engineering Quadrangle (E-Quad), the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Bowen Hall, Computer Science, the Friend Center, Sherrerd Hall, and Hoyt Laboratory.

Tiger Transit

TigerTracker shows the routes and locations of the campus bus system, which is free and open to all visitors.


An interactive Princeton University campus map app is available for download for iOS and Android.

Also available: Interactive and printable maps of the engineering neighborhood

Driving Directions

The main entrance to the E-Quad is at the intersection of Olden and William streets. If using Apple or Google Maps, entering “Princeton Engineering” is more effective than entering a street address.

From U.S. 1, take Washington Road toward Princeton. Cross the lake and turn right at the light on Prospect Ave. This is the 3rd light after Rt 1. The first street to the left is Olden Street.

From the center of Princeton, take Nassau Street (aka Route 27) east, past Washington Road. Olden Street is the 2nd street on the right, and first traffic light, after the intersection with Washington Road.