Directions and Locations
Jersey City Campus
Saint Peter’s University main campus comprises nearly 25 acres in the heart of Jersey City, the second largest city in New Jersey. The campus is easily accessible by car or public transportation as it is minutes from the Journal Square PATH train (via campus shuttle, city bus, taxi, or walking). This station is a major hub connecting Jersey City with Newark, Hoboken, and New York City. The Jersey City campus hosts undergraduate day students (CAS/SBA), undergraduate evening students (SPCS), and graduate students. It includes seven residence halls which accommodate approximately one half of the full-time undergraduate student body. The Mac Mahon Student Center, O’Toole Library and the Yanitelli Recreational Life Center are located on our Jersey City campus.
The new Saint Peter’s University co-location with Bergen Community College offers on-campus, online and hybrid courses. With a variety of both adult undergraduate bachelor and graduate degrees, Saint Peter’s University at the Meadowlands is perfectly situated to serve the needs of our neighborhood as well as corporate neighbors and busy adult students even better.
North Bound Lanes Reopened!
The northbound travel lanes on the North bound Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway have been reopened by New Jersey Department of Transportation. Guests coming to the Jersey City campus must stay to the right to exit to Tonnele Circle. Because of the reopening of the Pulaski Skyway, Route 139 will have a variable lane configuration. Guests are advised to consult 511nj.org and @skywayrehab on Twitter as you plan your daily commute. For more information please see: