On-campus Residential Housing
As mandated by the state to reduce risk, TCNJ will significantly decrease density in the residence halls. All residential students will be housed in single-occupancy rooms. Doubles will become singles, and suite-style units with five or six residents will house three or four residents, respectively.
TCNJ Dining will provide extensively modified services — including reduced capacities in dining locations, modified service hours, reinvented serving stations, and additional to-go options — to ensure the campus community’s well-being.
Athletics, Student Organizations, and Activities
Consistent with the college’s approach to spring instruction, operations, and residential education — with the health and wellness of the TCNJ community as the top priorities — in-person student activities will be subject to restrictions this spring. The Division of Student Affairs and others around campus look forward to working with student organizations to engage the community in a variety of exciting, virtual community-bonding experiences.
TCNJ is committed to our students’ health, well-being, and success. As providing comprehensive services to address these needs is essential to the student experience, TCNJ will offer the full spectrum of student support services, including academic advising and office hour appointments, virtually.