Princeton identifies potential sites for residential college, engineering and environmental studies
While its full campus plan framework is expected to be completed and made public in the fall, Princeton University has identified a potential site for a new undergraduate residential college and potential sites for the expansion of engineering and environmental studies.
The residential college site is south of Poe Field and east of Elm Drive. The site for engineering and environmental studies is on lands along the north side of Ivy Lane and Western Way, west of FitzRandolph Road. The recommendations are for the general siting of new facilities, but not for specific configurations within the sites or for building designs.
“We have more work to do and more consultations to conduct before making final decisions, and we welcome comments from members of our campus, town and alumni communities as we continue to refine our planning,” said Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber.
Anyone wishing to comment may do so through the University’s Campus Plan website or through our Princeton Campus Plan Blog.
After final decisions about siting have been made, the University will do more detailed planning, select architects and pursue the fundraising necessary to proceed with the projects.