At Princeton Seminary, we know that the decision to enroll in graduate studies effects the entire family. That is why we are so committed to providing comfortable, safe, and accessible family housing. More than a place to live, family housing at Princeton fosters a residential community of learning and faith, where students and their spouses, partners, and children feel welcomed, supported, nurtured, and known during their years at seminary. These are the places where lifelong friendships are forged.
Princeton has three options for family housing: two residence halls within short walking distance of campus and the Charlotte Rachel Wilson apartments, which are located at the West Windsor campus approximately three miles away with convenient shuttle service to the main campus. All units have data ports for access to the Seminary’s computer network, access to the Seminary’s cable TV system, and phone jacks for telephone connection.
Completed in 2012, CRW offers 200 unfurnished apartments. Apartment amenities include: tile plank flooring, air conditioning/heating, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, and a storage closet located outside the front door of the breezeway.
This building features 28 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. It is located on the Tennent campus, about two blocks from the main campus. Apartment amenities include: electric stove, refrigerator, ceramic tile, bath with shower, stainless steel kitchen sink, carpeting,shades on all windows, and a 5'x5' storage bin (located in the basement).
Electric and telephone services are billed to each tenant, but all other utilities are provided without charge. There's also laundry facilities and a lounge.
Parking spaces are provided adjacent to the building.
This building is located on the Tennent campus, next door to Roberts Hall. It features thirteen unfurnished, fully carpeted apartments (12 one-bedroom and 1 two-bedroom). Apartment amenities include: electric stove, refrigerator, ceramic tile bath with shower, stainless steel kitchen sink, carpeting, roller shades on all windows, and a 5'x5' storage bin (located in the basement).
Electric and telephone services are billed to each tenant, but all other utilities are provided without charge. Parking spaces are provided behind the building. Tennent Hall has an elevator and two apartments that are handicap-accessible.
“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”