From New York
Take NJ Transit Bus No. 126, or the Academy Bus, from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 8th Ave. and 40th Street. The bus goes directly to Hoboken and travels down Washington Street. From New York City, buses stop on even numbered streets. Please exit at 8th Street for main campus or 6th Street for academic buildings and walk east across Washington Street.
Take Port Authority Trans Hudson (PATH) subway, marked Hoboken. Single ride tickets are $2.25. For more information on fares click here. Stations are located on 6th Avenue at 33rd, 23rd, 14th, and 9th Streets, and at Christopher Street. Once in Hoboken, take a local Washington Street bus, taxi ($5) or walk uptown to 6th Street and turn right (east) for the campus.
Take a NYWaterway ferry from Pier A at Battery Park, Pier 11 on Wall Street in Manhattan, the World Financial Center in Downtown Manhattan, or Pier 78 (weekends only) at West 38th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattan to the Hoboken South Terminal. From the Hoboken South Terminal take a local Washington Street bus, taxi ($5) or walk uptown to 6th Street and turn right (east) for the campus.
Ferries from Pier 78 (everyday) also arrive at the Hoboken North Terminal (13th Street). From the Hoboken North Terminal take a local Washington Street bus, taxi ($5) or walk downtown to 8th Street and turn left (east) for the campus.
From Points West of the Hudson River
Use Newark International Airport. Cabs are available from the airport, and the fares are stated at the Airport terminal taxi stand. Please check with the uniformed taxi dispatcher. A complete list of Ground Transportation Services is also available. Or else take "Airlink" (NJ Transit bus service, 1-800-772-2222) from the airport to Penn Station, Newark. Then go by PATH train to Grove, Jersey City, and switch to the train for Hoboken.
Connections may be made in Journal Square, Jersey City, for Downtown Bus no. 5-6 marked Jersey City-Weehawken, to Washington Street in Hoboken. Northbound buses on Washington Street stop on odd number streets. You would have to exit at 7th Street and walk one block north, or at 9th Street and walk one block south, before turning east on 8th Street and heading up the hill towards the Howe Center.
Many NJ Transit trains stop in Hoboken. Other NJ Transit and Amtrak train lines stop in Newark. From Newark, Mon through Fri, take a PATH train to Grove, Jersey City, and switch to the Hoboken train, as explained above.
Once on Campus
Stop at the Howe Center (13-story building) to obtain information.