The Old Graduate College (OGC), built in 1913 and expanded in 1927, consists largely of one- and two-room suites for one or two students; many rooms have private or semi-private bathrooms. Take a look inside MPA1 Adam Kent’s apartment, where he lives in a one bedroom unit by himself. Adam moved to Princeton last fall from Washington, D.C. Floorplans are not available for OGC apartments.
A group picture of the WWS and LSE students who participated in the conference.
Written by Cheryl Cooper
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Today we’re taking you inside MPA1 Elena Serna-Wallenders’s home at Butler, where she lives with her husband Alex, who will be studying at the Princeton Theological Seminary this fall. They moved to Princeton last fall from San Antonio, Texas. Their apartment is a “two bedroom large” and the average size for Butler units. Click here to view the floorplan.
Curious to see what graduate housing looks like in Princeton, New Jersey? Take a look inside MPA1 Corey Parson’s apartment at Stanworth, where he lives with his partner Jessica (a CUNY PhD candidate) and their two cats, Henry and Oliver. They moved to Princeton last fall from Jersey City. Their Stanworth apartment is a two bedroom duplex unit and one of the largest available – click here to view the floorplan.