Undergraduate Housing Residential Living Policies Guide
University housing is central to the University’s goal of creating a community of scholars. All freshmen and sophomores are required to live in a residential college and have a dining contract because it is an integral part of the Princeton experience. (Students granted advanced standing must still live and dine in a residential college for their first two years.) Typically, most juniors and seniors live on campus as well. All individuals living in University housing do so with the understanding that they must abide by all applicable regulations. They also agree to avoid any actions which may inconvenience other community members, cause damage to University facilities, or result in disruption to the community at large. Failure to meet these standards may result in the University terminating the occupancy agreement and the removal of the individual from University housing.