Campus Club

Library Door

There's Room for Everyone 

Campus Club is a gathering space for Princeton undergraduate and graduate students. The building includes spaces that can be reserved by student organizations for dinners, receptions, musical and other cultural and social events. In addition to hosting student initiated events, the building also has great spaces where you can study or hang out. 

Building features include free coffee, three TVs with HD, two pianos and lots of great study spaces.  During good weather, the front and back yard add to the offerings at the Club. There is no charge for student organizations to use the rooms, other than direct event-related charges such as food service.

We will make every effort to accommodate your event request, however, please keep in mind that the more complex your event is, the more time you will need to plan for use of Campus Club. Particularly for special requests, for example events using multiple rooms or those involving alcohol, please make your request at least two to four weeks in advance.

Please visit our policy page to review the Campus Club Policies >

Plan an Event

Campus Club is designed to be for students, by students, and we are pleased to host your student event at Campus Club.   Groups planning events for students, undergraduate or graduate, may request space in the building.  Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis and we encourage you to make your requests early.  

The sponsoring organization is responsible for the details of the event.  We are happy to work with you to identify the necessary resources to ensure that you have a successful program.  Reservations requests should be made through the online reservation form.  Additional information can be found in the building policies section as well as through the floorplans.  If  you have additional questions, please contact Dianne Spatafore.


Layout and Floorplans

Please click on the link to see a pdf of each space.  Reservations are made in the order they are received and are the schedule is updated regularly.  Please note, you can check space availability on the Resource 25 scheduler but there may be events that are already in the queue. 

Ground Floor

  • Tap Room/Lounge The Tap Room and Lounge area features cafe seating, pub height tables and bar stool seating, as well as a lounge area with soft seating and a TV.

First Floor

  • Dining Room The PDF iconDining Room includes seating for approximately 35 - 45 guests. Movable seating and built in booths and benches.  
  • Living Room The PDF iconLiving Room features soft seating in two main seating areas. Furniture can be moved to create space for a stand-up reception or a dance floor.  
  • Sun Porch The PDF iconSun Porch includes small square and round tables for seating or an open reception space. 
  • Prospect Room The PDF iconProspect Room features a conference room setup for 16 - 24 people.

Second Floor

  • Library The Library features the option for a large conference table, seating approximately 18, with additional seating of 6 to 8. 

  • Den The Den offers soft seating around a large screen TV, bench seating along two window walls and small side seating.  Please note, the furniture is not movable in this space.

Hours of Operation

  • M - W  8 am - 12 midnight
  • Th - F  8 am - 2 am 
  • Saturday  10 am - 2 am
  • Sunday 10 am - 12 midnight

After 8:30 pm and on the weekends, students must swipe their TigerCard to gain entrance into the building.

Mission

We actively seek to involve all students in the day-to-day life of the club. At Campus Club, we promote social interaction that is community-oriented, while fostering intellectual curiosity and the free exchange of ideas. We recognize the vital importance of both collaboration among students and cooperation between this club and other co-curricular organizations at Princeton. By bridging the social, cultural, and intellectual differences among students at Princeton, we are committed to making Campus Club a vibrant and inclusive community.

Employment

Campus Club employs a staff of student Facilities Managers to maintain the building and assist with special events during the evening and weekend hours.  If you are interested, please complete the Employment Application and please send your resume to Dianne Spatafore, Director of Campus Club.

Available resources

60" TV with HDMI, VGA and Apple TV connectivity - Den

32" TV on a Mobile Cart with HDMI, VGA and Apple TV connectivity movable within the building

 

Alumni, Homecoming and Reunions

Campus Club alumni will continue to use the building for major events like homecoming and Reunions.  For more information, please contact campus@princetoncampusclub.com.

Building Contact Information

Dianne Spatafore

Director of Campus Club
5 Prospect Avenue, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544
(609) 258-3748
dspatafo@princeton.edu or campus@princeton.edu

The Director's Office is located right on the first floor of Campus Club just inside the front doors. Please feel free to stop by if you have any questions. If you would like to make an appointment, please call or email to schedule.