Classrooms and Lecture Hall
Six small classrooms seating 20 are located
on the 200 level. Four classrooms seating 20, one classroom seating
28 and one large classroom seating 48 are located on the 300 level.
All tables in classrooms are provided with
wireless internet for each student. All small classrooms are provided with portable
"media module" equipment, (including slide, overhead and
video /data projectors, VCR and boom box), two projection screens,
room darkening shades and chalkboards. All large classrooms are provided with installed
media equipment (including a video/data projector, slide projector,
overhead projector, audio playback system and remote controls),
a motorized projection screen, a manual projection screen, room
darkening shades and a chalkboard.
The Lecture Hall provides fixed seating for
170 people. It offers a projection booth with installed
data/video projection, dual slide projection and document camera projection
along with a speech and playback audio system, remote control and an
assistive listening system.
All classrooms and the Lecture Hall may be
reserved when academic classes are not in session. Please contact the University Scheduling office to request space.
Computer clusters are
located on the 200 and 300 levels.
Copy and ATM Machines
Two copy machines
are located on the 100 level and one on the 300 level. These
copiers copy cards only. Bank of America and Princeton
University Credit Union ATM machines are located on the 100 level
(Please note: these ATMs do not charge fees for transactions).
Get the word out! You can promote your
events, programs, meetings and conferences held in the Frist Campus
Center or on campus with the Electronic Message Board, located outside
on the North Plaza.
This service is free of charge
for Princeton University registered student organizations, University
administrative offices and academic departments. Click here for information on policies and procedures.
All requests must be made
through the Electronic
Message Board Online Form.
For more information or
questions regarding the Electronic Message Board, please contact
the Frist Campus Center Welcome Desk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 609-258-1766.
Enterprise Car Share (formerly WeCar)
Transportation & Parking Services has partnered with Enterprise Car Share to provide car sharing services for the Princeton University community. Car share vehicles are conveniently located on campus and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A fuel efficient vehicle is parked in four designated spaces at the following locations: Butler Apartments, Frist Campus Center (x2), Dillon Gym, Graduate College, Lawrence Apartments, Lot 21, Stanworth Apartments.
Car sharing at Princeton allows students, faculty and staff with a driver’s license to rent a car for a short period of time. Car sharing provides convenient access to cars and helps to reduce congestion and traffic on campus while supporting the goals of the University’s Sustainability Plan. To learn more about the car sharing program please visit Transportation & Parking.
With fixed seating for 197 on the main level
and 42 on the balcony, the Frist Theatre offers a 24 x 13-6"
The projection room offers film projectors
for 35mm, 16mm and DVD films with a surround sound audio playback system.
The raised performance area has a "Marli"
dance floor, crossover and wings. Dressing rooms and storage area are
located on the balcony level.
Frist Ticket Office
The Frist Campus Center Ticket
Office, located on the 100 level opposite the Welcome Desk, sells tickets
for various campus events and performances from Athletics, Berlind Theatre,
Concert Office, Frist Campus Center, Program in Theater and Dance, Richardson
Auditorium in Alexander Hall and Theatre Intime/Performing Arts Council.
Tickets may be purchased in person or by calling 609-258-1742. The
Frist Campus Center Ticket Office accepts cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard,
and American Express for advanced ticket sales.
Tickets may also be purchased online through the
University Ticketing website at tickets.princeton.edu.
Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted when ordering tickets
online. For more information on online ticket sales, please visit the University Ticketing website or email email@example.com.
For more information on ticket sales at Frist, please
call the Frist Ticket Office at 609-258-1742 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Frist Ticket Office is open Monday through
Saturday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and one hour prior to any ticketed
Frist Campus Center event during the academic year.
Located in the Frist Food Gallery, the Hydration Station is a quick, easy and sustainable way to refill your reusable water bottles with clean, filtered water and helps to reduce plastic bottle waste. The Hydration Station is provided by the Office of Sustainability.
Relax, study, or meet up with friends at one
of the several lounges located on the 100, 200 and 300 levels of Frist. The West TV lounge area next to the Healthy Eating
Lab offers a 70-inch television and the East TV lounge is located next to Café Vivian.
Mazo Family Game Room
Located on the 100 level, the Mazo Family Game
Room provides two billiard tables for the Princeton University Community.
To rent equipment, stop by the Welcome Desk.
and Private Dining Facilities
The Frist Campus Center offers a variety of
spaces to accommodate your needs for meetings, conferences and private
dining. For more information about available
rooms and capacity go to Meeting and Event Facilities
page . For information about room
reservation policies, visit our Room Reservation
Policies and Procedures page.
To submit a reservation
request, please fill out and submit an Online
Reservation Request Form at least two weeks prior to your event.
You will be notified of room availability within three business days.
For more information, please visit the University Scheduling page, call 258-2244 or email the University Scheduling
Office at email@example.com.
The OIT Solutions Center is located on
the 100 level of the Frist Campus Center. They offer the following
Tech Clinic offers
computer consulting services from software diagnostics to
hardware support. Open hours: Monday - Friday from 9:00 am
- 5:00 pm, with the last check-in at 3:00 pm (to insure all
problems are resolved by end of day); room 112 Frist.
OIT Store is the place to go to buy specially-priced software (for a full list
of available software, please see http://www.princeton.edu/software), hardware items such as power adapters, wireless cards, mice and
laptop security cables. Open hours: Monday - Friday from 9:00 am
- 5:00 pm (4:30 in summer); room 113 Frist.
Services will assist you with voicemail questions,
billing inquiries, cell phone rentals and other Telecom related
issues. Open hours: Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm;
room 111 Frist.
For more information please visit the OIT Solution Center page.
Orange Key Guide
All year-round weekday tours (Monday-Friday) will depart from Clio Hall. Academic year (September-May) weekend tours will depart from Frist Campus Center. Summer weekend tours will depart from Chancellor Green.
For more information please visit the Admissions website.
Room and Mailboxes
Frist room 118 is now the Package Room and Mail Services. All undergraduate students have a mailbox located in the Frist Campus Center.
For more information on mailboxes,
go to the Mail Services
Coin operated public
phones are located on the A level. Campus
phones are located on the B, 100, 200 and 300 levels.
Value Transaction System (VTS)
The Value Transaction System (VTS) machine is located on the 100 level by the ATMs. The VTS allows you to purchase TigerCard Paw Points for use at various locations on campus.
The Welcome Desk is the place to go if
you need information about the Frist Campus Center and Princeton University. Located on the 100 level, the Welcome
Desk is always staffed by attendants who are ready to answer questions
for all campus visitors and the Princeton University community.
For more information, visit or call the Welcome
Desk at 609-258-1766. If you have additional questions, please email the Welcome Desk
OIT is pleased to announce a new service
for campus visitors: wireless Internet access in campus wireless
zones. Officially called Temporary Visitor Wireless Network Access
(TVWNA), visitor wireless is intended to provide service to wireless
devices belonging to short-term visitors -- such as conference attendees,
visiting colleagues from other schools, vendors making presentations,
and those visitors with wireless Internet needs -- without having
to register the device with OIT. The service is available in several
dozen locations on campus, including areas in Firestone Library and
the Frist Campus Center.
wireless is not intended for long-term use; those visiting the campus
for an extended period of time should consult their host office for
further information. But for those briefly on campus, visitor wireless
provides a handy solution to the need for Internet access.
For more information, please visit www.princeton.edu/wireless
For the University community:
Now you can surf the web, check
your email, start up AOL Instant Messenger and much more at the Frist
Campus Center via a wireless ethernet connection. The Wireless Ethernet
Service at Frist allows you to connect your laptop to the campus data
network from anywhere in the Frist Campus Center.
For more information about this exciting service,
visit or call the Welcome Desk at 258-1766, or email your questions
For any technical questions, please contact the OIT
Help Desk via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 258-HELP. For questions regarding the use and functionality
of the software, click here, or email email@example.com.