Virtual Tour Map
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Start your tour at Trenton Hall, home to the nursing and public health departments (as well as admissions). Nearby Packer Hall is home base for the Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Creativity abounds in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building. Students fine-tune their craft in the Music Building and go live on TV, radio, or the stage in Kendall Hall.
You’ll find criminology, African-American Studies, and political science majors—plus a gorgeous atrium—in the Social Sciences Building. Bliss Hall is where programs such as English and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies live.
Have time between classes? Head to the Brower Student Center. While it’s a hub for student organizations and activities, it’s also a lively spot to catch up with friends, grab a bite, play pool, or relax.
Packer Hall is only one of many campus facilities where our athletic Lions roam. Visit the aquatic center, track and field complex, baseball field, Lions Stadium, and other spots to see TCNJ’s NCAA Division III stars in action.
Step inside the R. Barbara Gitenstein Library for a modern research and study experience: all the traditional and online collections you need but also comfy seating, study rooms, a café, and librarians available via live chat.
Choose from 10 “microrestaurants” in Eickhoff or dine at one of many other options on campus that range from the always popular Traditions and TDubs to one of many locations with café-style, grab-and-go fare.
First-year students start their TCNJ experience in one of six traditional residence halls. Travers and Wolfe, the largest options, have easy access to TDubs on the ground floor for late-night noshing. Let the memory-making begin!
Beginning sophomore year, students can live the suite life — literally — in a traditional residence hall or townhouse. Upperclassmen are eligible for coveted single rooms in townhouses or in apartment-style residence halls.
Our teachers-in-training hit the ground running early in the Education Building’s model classrooms. And we take STEM education to new heights thanks to a classroom with partially exposed structural and mechanical systems overhead.
The STEM Building and Armstrong Hall — part of the larger STEM Complex — are like open, collaborative academic playgrounds, filled with the latest instrumentation and design technology as well as numerous specialty labs.
Rounding out the STEM Complex are the Physics, Math, Chemistry, and Biology buildings, joined by a photo-worthy courtyard and fountain. Have an evening class? Enjoy the glow of the Golden Spiral sculpture as you walk by.
Whether you plan to go global and study abroad or co-op at a Fortune 500 company, it all starts at the Business Building. Feeling entrepreneurial? Pitch your business plan in an annual competition for some serious startup funding.
Student apartments (singles plus two and four bedrooms), a fitness center, shops, restaurants, and services — Campus Town’s 11 buildings, built in 2016, are conveniently located right across Metzger Drive from Trenton Hall.
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