Travel and Expenses

Participants traveling by air should fly to Newark Liberty International Airport, take the AirTrain to the NJ Transit station, board a Trenton-bound train and get off at Princeton Junction or Princeton (see NJ Transit’s Trip Planner for more information).

Amtrak offers rail service to nearby Trenton, New Jersey, from points between Boston and Washington, D.C., via its Northeast Regional and Acela Express routes.

Taxis or rideshare services provide transportation from train stations to the Nassau Inn or Institute for Advanced Study.

Participants who are driving may park in one of two parking garages in downtown Princeton during their stay: at 11 Hulfish Street or at 25 Chambers Street. They are both self-parking garages. When Scholars arrive, they may pull into either garage and take the ticket provided at the garage. When they check in at the Nassau Inn front desk, they may exchange the garage ticket for one of the hotel-issued parking passes (the parking will be paid by the Foundation). The parking pass will allow them to go in and out of the garage as much as they need to during their stay. Or, they may park briefly by the hotel entrance at 10 Palmer Square and leave their bags with the front desk, and then proceed to park.

Sessions on Monday afternoon and evening will take place at the Nassau Inn. Sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday will take place at the Institute for Advanced Study, most occurring in the Bloomberg Lecture Hall (4e on this map).

The Foundation will pay directly for lodging and parking at the Nassau Inn, as well as group meals, and will reimburse Scholars for other travel expenses.

Click here to download an expense policy and reimbursement form.

Please contact Ruth Stevens with any questions about travel or other aspects of the program.