Date & Location
The third iteration of the Princeton Diplomatic Invitational will take place from February 28th to March 1st. PDI will be held on Princeton University's campus.
Delegation Fee: $70 USD
Early Per-delegate Fee: $40 USD
Early Per-delegate Fee: $50 USD
Registration for PDI will become available in the summer of 2019. Early registration will run through November 11th, 11:59 PM EST. Otherwise, regular registration is open until January 19th. If you’d like to register after January 19th, you must receive approval from the conference director. Please email our Director of External Affairs at email@example.com.
Lodging & Travel
PDI takes place on the University’s historic campus, rather than a hotel or conference center. As such, there is no "conference hotel." That said, PDI recommends the following accommodations:
The Nassau Inn
10 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542
Located directly adjacent to Princeton's campus
102 Carnegie Center Dr, Princeton, NJ 08540
5-minute drive to Princeton's campus; complimentary shuttle service is provided, beginning at 7:30 AM and concluding at 10:00 PM
Homewood Suites Hilton
3819 US-1, Princeton, NJ 08540
5-minute drive to Princeton's campus; complimentary shuttle services is provided between 7:00 AM and 10:00 AM and between 4 PM and 9 PM
The Westin at Forrestal Village
201 Village Blvd, Princeton, NJ 08540
10-minute drive to Princeton's campus; shuttle service is not provided
Additional hotels within driving distance to campus are available in the Princeton and West Windsor areas.
Princeton University is conveniently nestled between Newark, New York City, and Philadelphia. Delegations may opt to get to Princeton one of several ways:
NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor passes through the Princeton area and stops at Princeton Junction; at Princeton Junction, delegations visiting Princeton's campus will find a rail shuttle that takes riders directly from Princeton Junction to the southwest corner of Princeton's campus; delegations flying into Newark, New York City, or Philadelphia airports will likely find NJ Transit to be the most efficient means of getting to campus.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) are all connected to Princeton's campus via rail networks:
EWR: Take the Airtrain to Airport Station; at Airport Station, transfer to the Northeast Corridor train to Princeton Junction; at Princeton Junction, transfer to the rail shuttle to Princeton (approximately 1.5-hour transit time).
JFK: Take the Airtrain to Jamaica Station; at Jamaica Station, transfer to the Long Island Railroad train or E Line subway to New York Pennsylvania Station; at Pennsylvania Station, transfer to NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor train to Princeton Junction; at Princeton Junction, transfer to the rail shuttle to Princeton (approximately 3.0-hour transit time).
PHL: Take the Airport Line train to 30th St. Station; at 30th St. Station, transfer to the Trenton Line train to Trenton Transit Center; at Trenton Transit Center, transfer to NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor train to Princeton Junction; at Princeton Junction, transfer to the rail shuttle to Princeton (approximately 2.5-hour transit time).
Princeton's campus is also accessible via car. Consult a navigation system for real-time driving directions.
All delegations are responsible for concluding their own lodging and travel arrangements.