Residential Dining Halls

  • Check out Campus Dining’s newest venue, the Dining Pavilion, at Whitman/Butler College.
  • Exciting programs and events are planned for this year including health and wellness pop-ups and chef’s tables in the dining halls. These events will provide you an opportunity to meet our chefs and the entire culinary teams. Keep an eye out in the dining halls (posters, napkin inserts, and electronic signage) and our website for information about dates and registration.
  • Daily menus and allergens can be found on menus.princeton.edu
  • If you have special dietary needs, you may schedule an appointment with our Campus Wellness Dietician, Puneet Sethi at [email protected].

Retail Dining

  • Late lunch hours are now from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Late dinner remains from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Café Vivian, located at the Frist Campus Center, is now open weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • The Frist Food Gallery will continue to have grab-and-go halal and kosher menu items available. We will also be bringing in items from local Princeton retailers.
  • A food truck will be parked in front of Laura Wooten Hall, Thursday through Saturday 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Pay with Points Program

  • Unlimited meal plans include 150 Dining Points each semester for a total of 300 Dining Points per academic year
  • Dining Points can be used to purchase food and non-alcoholic beverages at all on-campus dining retail locations and select off-campus locations starting September 2, 2023
  • Sophomores have the option to apply points to eating club spring dues
  • Dining Points have a 1:1 value to dollars. Unused points from the fall roll over to the spring. All unused points at the end of the academic year expire. 
  • Paw Points can also be used to make food and non-alcoholic beverage purchases and more wherever Dining Points are accepted and additional locations
  • Card holders must present TigerCard to make purchases
  • Learn more about points at tigercard.princeton.edu/points
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Year-round Campus Dining resources

Descriptions of meal plans, menus, and the numerous dining programs that Campus Dining offers are always available on dining.princeton.edu. You will also find locations, hours of operations, recipes from the Campus Dining team, and contact information.

Get involved with Campus Dining

If you want to get involved with Campus Dining, we are offering several ways:

Campus Dining’s Student Committee
Join Campus Dining's student committee, which gives Campus Dining feedback on programming, helps promote exciting new events, and more. If you are interested in joining, email [email protected].

Student Job Opportunities with Campus Dining
Positions will be available on JobX. Benefits of working for Campus Dining include competitive wages, flexible scheduling, incentive program, and more.

Give In-the-Moment Feedback
Our Txt and Tell program is back, and we want to hear from you! Whether it be about food, customer service, or just have a question for us, you can send us your feedback. Each dining hall will have its own code, so look out for the Txt and Tell signage in the dining halls and retail locations.

Contact Info

Campus Dining Contact Information:

[email protected]