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Frequently Asked Questions about

Conference Details and Logistics

In an effort to help you plan for your journey and stay in Princeton during the conference, we’ve provided answers to many questions about conference details below.

12189618_10153415388028375_3578631722271337290_nWhere does the conference take place and when will it begin?

The conference will start with a Networking Event & Reception from 5:30 – 7:00 PM on Friday evening in the Frist Campus Center Multipurpose Room, followed by the opening remarks and keynote address at 7:30 PM in McCosh Hall, Room 50. View full conference schedule.

Breakfast will begin at 8:00 AM Saturday morning in the Frist Campus Center Multipurpose Room, followed by the first lecture session at 9:00 AM.

Is there a code of conduct for attendees and will I be photographed during the event?

Yes, we expect you to adhere to the standards of behavior listed in our Event Code of Conduct. We also have a Photo Consent and Media Release Form. All attendees must agree to both policies when they register to attend the conference.

What is the conference dress code?

We request that business casual attire is worn for the duration of the conference.

Should I plan on getting my own meals during the conference or will they be provided in the cost of admission?

All meals will be provided from Saturday breakfast through Saturday dinner. Friday evening there will be light refreshments at check-in.

Are there opportunities for student travel scholarships?

We offer a limited number of travel scholarships for undergraduate students traveling a far distance to attend the conference, based on need and availability.Priority funding will be given to groups traveling together. To apply, contact Brittany Basile at with a detailed breakdown of your total travel expenses and your requested scholarship amount.

If I am traveling from out of town, what is the best way to get to Princeton?

Those flying in to Newark Airport can take New Jersey Transit via train from the airport to Princeton. You should get off at Princeton Junction Station and then call a taxi to your hotel, or board the “dinky” (shuttle train) that runs between Princeton Junction Station and the station at Princeton University. If the latter, indicate “Princeton Station” as your final destination when buying your NJ Transit ticket. Frist Campus Center is roughly a 15 minute walk from the university station. Additional information about traveling to campus via train can be found here.

Shuttle buses will be provided to transport undergraduate participants between the Courtyard Marriott Hotel and campus Friday evening after the opening session, Saturday morning, Saturday evening, and again Sunday morning.

Where should I plan to park, and will I have to pay for it?

Parking on campus is available free of charge. Lot 10 is located closest to the conference locations. Please refer to the campus map for details. Please note: Do NOT park in Lot 10 during business hours. More information about parking at Princeton.


What is the best way to get to Princeton University if I am driving?

For driving directions to Princeton’s campus, follow the directions given here on Princeton University’s website.

How will I know where to go once I arrive on campus?

The conference events will take place in several of Princeton’s beautiful facilities: Frist Campus Center, McCosh Hall, Prospect House, Whitman Dining Hall, and Campus Club. Please refer to the maps below for guidance. Maps will also be included in the conference programs which can be collected at check-in on Friday evening and Saturday morning.

If I plan to stay in town through Sunday morning, what are my options for attending church?

Listed below are some of the available Sunday morning worship services in the Princeton area. More are listed in the conference program, which you will receive at check-in.

  • St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church
    214 Nassau Street
    Mass: 7:00 AM, 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, & 11:30 AM
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    901 Canal Pointe Boulevard
    Sacrament meeting: 9:00 AM & 2:20 PM
  • Nassau Christian Center
    26 Nassau Street
    Worship Services: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM
  • Nassau Presbyterian Church
    61 Nassau Street
    Worship Services: 9:15 AM & 11:00 AM
  • Princeton Alliance Church
    20 Schalks Crossing Rd.
    Worship Services: 9:45 AM & 11:15 AM
  • Stone Hill Church of Princeton
    1025 Bunn Road
    Worship Services: 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
  • The Orthodox Chapel of the Transfiguration
    Holds services on Princeton University Campus
    Green Hall (See map)
    9:50 AM – Reading of the Hours
    10:00 AM – Divine Liturgy
  • Lutheran Church of the Messiah
    407 Nassau Street
    Worship Service: 10:30 AM
    Rides provided from 36 University Place at 10:15 AM


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