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School of Engineering & Applied Sciences building
(also known as Engineering Quadrangle or E-Quad building) (Click here for building)
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ


The main entrance (C Wing) to this building is located on the Olden Street. There is free a parking lot on the back side of the building. See below for directions and location of the parking lot on Google maps.

Directions to E-Quad

From Route 1 take Washington Rd.(County Rt. 526), turn right at third traffic signals to Prospect Av., and take the first left to Olden St. E-Quad is the second building on right.

From Rt 206, take Rt 27 north (Nassau st.) as you approach Princeton, look for Olden St. on your right at traffic lights after CVS pharmacy, which you will see on your left). E-Quad is the second building on your left on Olden St.

There is street parking on Olden street but you have to pay $1 an hour.

Directions to Free Parking lot

During weekends, many of the numbered parking lots of Princeton University are free. There is one such parking lot (Lot 2) behind the E-Quad building. You can park in this lot and walk to the Olden street for main entrance of the E-Quad building. There is one more parking lot (Lot 3) behind E-Quad buildingthat is accessible from Prospect avenue. There is a road to this parking lot between Murray road and Olden street.

Location for free parking Lot 2

This parking lot is behind Engineering Quad building and accessible from the Olden street (opposite to William street). This is the preferred parking lot if you are coming from Route 1 taking Washington Rd. or Rt 27 north (Nassau st.).
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Location for free parking Lot 3

This parking lot is behind Engineering Quad building and accessible from Prospect avenue (between Murray place and Olden street). This is the preferred parking lot if you coming from Rt 1, and Harrison street (Plainsboro).
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