Yes! The Princeton Theological Seminary Carol Gray Dupree Center for Children is licensed by the State of New Jersey and offers full-day and half-day child care from September through June, and a summer session from July through the third week of August, for children ages three months through pre-kindergarten of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and visitors to the Center of Continuing Education.
The center is located in the Charlotte Newcombe Center at 400 Emmons Drive on the Seminary’s West Windsor Campus.
The school district your children attend depends upon where you live. For persons living in the Princeton area (Tennent Campus residents), visit the Princeton Regional Schools web site. For persons living in West Windsor (the CRW or Witherspoon apartments), visit the West Windsor School District web site. For children living at CRW, the elementary schools are Maurice Hawk and Village. The Junior School is Grover and the high school is High School South.
The Seminary provides a variety of housing options for students, at about half the cost of local non-Seminary housing. Electric and telephone are billed to the student, and all other utilities are supplied without charge. All Seminary housing has telephone and cable jacks, with free high-speed Internet service provided.
Main Campus Housing includes three dormitories for single students: Hodge, Alexander, and Brown Halls. All three dormitories are air-conditioned and fully carpeted, and are furnished with a bed, pillow, desk, chair, chest of drawers, mirror, and bookcase.
Tennent Campus Housing for families includes Tennent and Roberts Halls, and is located two blocks from the main campus and the library. It is a short walk from the restaurants and shops of Nassau Street. The Tennent campus includes a playground. Tennent and Roberts Hall offer one- two- and three bedroom apartments that are fully carpeted and include an electric stove and refrigerator.
The West Windsor Campus Housing includes the Charlotte Rachel Wilson (CRW) Apartments for married students and single students with children, and the Witherspoon Apartments for single students. The West Windsor campus is located three miles from the main campus and includes the Seminary indoor pool, a campus center and the Dupree Center for Children. A frequent shuttle service is provided between the West Windsor campus and the main campus. The CRW Apartments are one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments with air-conditioning, parquet wood floors, and a gas stove, refrigerator and dishwasher. Up to two pets are allowed in all CRW apartments. Witherspoon Apartments are one- and two-bedroom apartments with air-conditioning and include an electric stove, refrigerator and dishwasher.
For more information about housing options at Princeton Seminary, please use this link to contact housing.
The Seminary offers students the facilities of Whiteley Gymnasium, featuring a basketball court, racquetball court, and fitness center with weight-training equipment. Fitness classes are also available at the Whiteley Gymnasium. At the West Windsor Campus, the seminary has an indoor pool and outdoor basketball court.
Several intramural sports are available for students and their families to participate in. Such activities include flag football, frisbee, volleyball, basketball, and a host of other team sports.
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