The revitalized Butler College showcases Princeton’s commitment to residential life and environmental sustainability. Composed of five new dorms named for those who made them possible -- Jane and Mark Wilf ’84, John (Jack) Bogle ’51, Nanar and Anthony Yoseloff ’96, and the classes of 1967 and 1976 -- the Butler complex includes a courtyard that memorializes the alumni who contributed to the original Butler College.
Today’s Butler offers students comfortable suites, a food court, an amphitheater and green roofs that help regulate temperatures within the buildings while serving as outdoor laboratories for students and faculty.
“It’s a big enough campus that you never run out of places to explore, and yet it's small enough that I see friendly faces wherever I go.”
—David Slovenski ’12