Dining Services announces the following schedule of operations during Spring recess. Retail Hours Retail operations will follow an abbreviated schedule beginning Friday, March 14 through Sunday, March 23. See Spring Recess Hours of Operations for the hours of each retail venue. Residential Hours All dining halls will close after dinner on Friday, March 14 with the exception of Forbes College which will remain open for students with a Spring Recess Meal Plan.
Campus Dining is pleased to provide a meal plan to students who remain on campus during spring recess. Conditions of the Plan Spring recess plans include 2 meals daily (not unlimited meal swipes); brunch and dinner. The plan begins with brunch on Saturday, March 15 and ends with brunch on Sunday, March 23. All meals are served at the Forbes College dining hall. Plan Registration Students are required to register for the plan. Registration and fees will depend on whet
The Lunch to Go bag lunch program is not available during reading period and exams. The program is not available Monday, March 17 through Friday, March 21. The program resumes Monday, March 24.
Beginning Monday, March 24, Lunch to Go will be available for pick up at the following retail Locations: Food Gallery at Frist Campus Center, Chemistry CaFe, and the EQuad Café between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Pick up at the Residential Dining Halls remains the same - 7:45 a.m. to10:45 a.m. Full information about the Lunch to Go Program may be found here.
Campus Dining offers students the opportunity to be a part of the Reunions experience by becoming a student worker. If you agree to work for Campus Dining during Reunions you must be available to work any shift on both Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31. In addition, a mandatory meeting for students who are hired to work reunions will be held on Monday, May 5 at 8:30 p.m. in the Wilcox College Dining Room. The conditions for employment are contained in this FAQ. Who is Eligib
The day before Valentine’s Day saw over a foot of snow in Princeton, NJ but that did not stop Campus Dining chefs from serving up the winning recipes from our “There’s No Place Like Home” recipe contest. The annual contest invites parents to submit their son or daughter’s favorite recipes and this year’s entries consisted of some fantastic dishes. The winning recipe, Pau Bhaji, is a favorite of Rockefeller College student, Agastya Parikh ’17
Sophomore Club Meal Participation Program Registration The Sophomore Club Meal Participation Program enables new sophomore eating club members to use their meal plan to take occasional meals at their club during part of the spring term of their sophomore year. Conditions of the Program Conditions of the program include the following: Participating clubs are required to register new club members for the program. Sophomores are limited to no more than tw
You may not be familiar with the Princeton Garden Project although you have tasted its contribution to the food on your plate. Two gardens on campus supply Dining Services with a large variety of fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables that are used in dishes served both in the residential dining halls and in the Food Gallery at the Frist Campus Center. The gardens at Forbes College and Frist Campus Center are planted in early spring by Princeton University students. The students c