Living & Dining: Overview
The residential experience is a central feature of a Princeton education. While all students are required to live in residential colleges as freshmen and sophomores, most enjoy the variety of housing and dining options available and remain on campus throughout their undergraduate years.
Students play an integral role in building and maintaining a spirit of community within their residential environments through programming, social and cultural activities and by assuming leadership and advising roles such as residential college advisers or dormitory assistants.
Many students join Prospect Street eating clubs as juniors and seniors and become active members in the clubs’ social, intramural and educational activities.