The Seminary provides a variety of housing options for students at about half the local market rate. Most Princeton Seminary students live in Seminary housing.
Main campus housing includes three dormitories for single students: Hodge, Alexander, and Brown halls. Brown Hall will be the only residence hall in use for the 2021-2022 academic year. All three dormitories are air-conditioned, and include communal kitchens, lounges, and laundry facilities. All rooms house a single student and are furnished with a bed, bedside table, desk, chair, chest of drawers, mirror, and bookcase.
Tennent Campus housing, located two blocks from the main campus and the library, provides apartments for both single students and families in two historic buildings. Tennent and Roberts halls offer one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments with kitchens that include an electric stove and full-sized refrigerator. The Tennent campus has laundry facilities, a lounge, a common green, and a playground.
West Windsor campus housing, located approximately three miles from the main campus, includes the Charlotte Rachel Wilson (CRW) Apartments for families and Witherspoon Apartments for single students. The CRW Apartments are made up of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units with air conditioning, balcony, dishwasher, microwave, electric stove, refrigerator, and washer/dryer. Pets are only allowed in first- and second-floor apartments at CRW; availability is limited. Witherspoon Apartments are one- and two-bedroom apartments with air conditioning and balcony, and include an electric stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher; laundry facilities and a lounge are provided in the building. The West Windsor campus has a courtyard with a playground and a picnic pavilion.
More information about housing options at Princeton Seminary is available here.