We begin at the Frist
Campus Center, which is a hub of student and community life at Princeton. Frist
is home to Café Vivian, a convenience store, a box office, the Welcome
Desk, lounges and study spaces – all on the first floor! Frist's extensive
facilities also include a film/performance theater, classrooms, computer
clusters, student government offices, and several academic department
offices. Students may use their meal plans and dining points at the Frist
Food Gallery, which was rated "Best Food Court" by the National
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in 2002.
Frist hosts a variety of
social and student government programs, such as film series, lectures, and
late-night activities. Frist is also a popular study space, open 24 hours a
day during midterm and final exams.