FRIST TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY
|Thank you for joining us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Frist Campus Center at Princeton University. Opened to the public in September 2000, the Frist Campus Center is the gathering place for all members of the University community. The facility blends the historic architectural characteristics of its original structure, the former Palmer Hall, a physics laboratory built in 1908, with modern features and support services.
We encourage you to explore the 10th anniversary section of our website and experience the history of Frist during the past decade. Here you will find information about upcoming commemorative events at Frist, while also getting a taste of some of the more meaningful events and experiences that have shaped Frist into the center it is today.
We are also looking for your help as well. This anniversary year is an opportunity for the Frist staff to hear from you, and let us know what you think. Please take a few minutes to visit us here and give us your thoughts and ideas. Most of the practices incorporated at Frist are the direct result of feedback from the community, and we are hopeful you’ll continue to let us know what you like and what you want to see as we move into our second decade of service.
The Frist Campus Center is first and foremost the central gathering place for the University community, and your input will ensure that Frist continues to meet the needs of the community and help shape the facility for the next 10 years.
We value the time you spend with us on campus and visiting us online. Please feel free to contact me directly for assistance if I can improve your experience in the Frist Campus Center.
Thank you for being part of our 10th anniversary celebration in Frist!