Students who wish to change the terms of their fall 2015 semester meal plan to a smaller plan may do so once in the fall semester; Monday, October 5 through Sunday, October 11. Upgrades in meal plans may be made at any time. All changes in meal plans are made by entering the online Housing System and selecting the Modify Your Meal Plan option. Once you have selected and accepted a new meal plan a contract addendum will be issued to you in an e-mail with y
The period for meal exchanges will begin for this academic year with breakfast on Monday, October 12, 2015. The Meal Exchange Program which makes it possible for students with meal plans to dine with their friends at eating clubs without expenditure of additional funds is administered jointly by the Inter-Club Council and Campus Dining. To find out more about the Meal Exchange Program read about it on the Campus Dining website.
Campus Dining provides the option of a bag lunch to undergraduate students with meal plans when eating in either a residential dining hall or at Late Lunch at the Food Gallery at Frist Campus Center is not convenient. The Lunch to Go program is available Monday through Friday beginning with lunch on September 16 and allows students the option of ordering and picking up a bag lunch at residential dining halls and select retail locations. To participate certain policies apply. Submit Your Order
Princeton students in the spring course "Food, Literature and the American Racial Diet" worked in teams to create dishes that illustrated various aspects of how food interacts with racial identity.
The day before Valentine’s Day saw over a foot of snow in Princeton, NJ but that did not stop Campus Dining chefs from serving up the winning recipes from our “There’s No Place Like Home” recipe contest. The annual contest invites parents to submit their son or daughter’s favorite recipes and this year’s entries consisted of some fantastic dishes. The winning recipe, Pau Bhaji, is a favorite of Rockefeller College student, Agastya Parikh ’17