Campus Dining News

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018
Each October 16, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations promotes World Food Day to draw worldwide awareness and action to the need to ensure food safety and nutritious diets for all. Our approach focuses on incremental steps at the individual level.
Thursday, Oct 4, 2018

On a sunny September Sunday, Princeton University Campus Dining hosted the inaugural Student Employee Team Fair on the south lawn at Frist Campus Center. Students had the opportunity to meet staff members while enjoying food, games with prizes, a live DJ and a photo booth complete with chef coats, pots, pans, and whisks as props.

Thursday, Oct 4, 2018
The Meal Exchange Program makes it possible for students with meal plans to dine with their friends at eating clubs without spending additional funds.
Monday, Sep 24, 2018
Campus Dining and Athletics kicked off a program this year to offer student athletes tours of the Princeton dining halls. Melissa Mirota, RDN, campus wellness dietitian, and Alexa McDonald Moriarty, MS RDN, clinical and sports dietitian, led the women’s soccer team through the Whitman dining hall on August 16 and the women’s track and field team...
Monday, Sep 17, 2018

Over the summer the Campus Dining Retail team has been hard at work reimagining the dining experience at the Frist Food Gallery and among the campus cafes. The changes fall into two categories. The first involves the menus.

Sunday, Sep 16, 2018
Follow Rachel Yee, Class of 2019, on a tour of some of the options available to students on the Princeton campus. From residential dining halls to cafes, there is something for everyone.
Monday, Sep 10, 2018

Due to rain, tonight’s BBQ for upperclass students with meal plans has been moved to Jadwin Gym from 5 to 7 p.m.

TigerCard required for admission.

All first-year students should dine in their home residential colleges.

Sunday, Sep 9, 2018

Due to rain, tonight's BBQ will be served in the undergraduate residential dining halls.

Dinners will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug 15, 2018
As part of the Princeton Food and Agriculture Initiative, the departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Campus Dining designed a course that blended theory and practical application in an exploration of food challenges facing the planet.
Friday, Aug 3, 2018

Smith Haneef, assistant vice president, University Services, discusses some of the challenges that face higher education dining programs as well as future opportunities at the Fancy Food Show in New York City. The interview was conducted by the Specialty Food Association.