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Brown Hall (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
Brown Hall

At the end of sophomore year, many students move out of their residential colleges, but more than 90% continue to live on campus. Upperclassmen have a wide array of dormitories to choose from, including Brown and Dod halls. Upperclassmen may also choose to remain residents of their colleges, continuing to live and dine in the four-year college facilities.

Since most upperclass dorms do not have dining facilities, juniors and seniors who do not remain in their colleges choose from a variety of meal options, including joining an eating club, participating in a co-operative, retaining a dining contract, or becoming "independent."

Just north of Brown is McCormick Hall, which houses the Department of Art and Archeology. McCormick shares an entrance with the Princeton University Art Museum.

Dod Hall (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
Dod Hall

McCormick Hall (Photo by Jacob Bregman '06)
McCormick Hall


History and Lore

         History of the eating club system

More Information

         Upperclass dining options and eating clubs

         Princeton University Art Museum

Tour Map (click to expand)

Tour Map, Stop 13