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.