From the KnowledgeBase
Where can I find Internet and e-mail access while visiting Princeton?
Frist Campus Center
On the University campus, there are kiosks in the Frist Campus Center which allow for Princeton web and Princeton e-mail access. The kiosks are located on the 100 level (along the north side) and on the B Level (near the elevator).
Conference and Event Services
Visitors to the University who will be staying in one of the dormitories may connect their computers to the Internet via Dormnet. Visitor registration for Dormnet is coordinated through the Office of Conference and Event Services. Please see kb.princeton.edu/5856 for cost and contact information.
OIT Visitor Wireless Network Access
OIT Visitor Wireless network access provides short-term Internet connectivity to wireless devices brought by visitors to Princeton University. Visitor Wireless is intended to provide service to wireless devices belonging to short-term visitors, for example, vendors giving presentations, or colleagues from other schools attending meetings. It provides service to a device on up to seven days within a calendar month. Visitor Wireless is not intended to provide service to devices belonging to Princeton University faculty, staff, and students, or to longer-term visitors. It only provides service to wireless devices. For more information, please see: www.princeton.edu/visitorwireless.
The Nassau Inn has free high-speed ethernet connections in the corporate Business Center for those registered and staying in the hotel. Guests may utilize a full-size copy machine and computer workstation with high-speed Internet access. There is no charge for this service.
Princeton Public Library
The Princeton Public Library at 66 Witherspoon St. has public-access computers. Any guest to the Library may get a visitors card to utilize Library services; e-mail and the Internet are then accessible on available computers. Wireless access is also available. There is no charge for either.
The Princeton University Guest House provides data lines for Internet connection as an amenity to registered guests. See the OIT GuestNet service web site for more information about Internet connectivity while staying here.
Internet Cafes (WiFi Access)
For a list of WiFi Internet access spots in Princeton, see: OpenWiFiSpots.com
Devices that use a cellular connection are viable while in Princeton.