Service Providers

  • To buy guest passes and find gym use information for event participants, when applicable.

    *Access to The University gymnasium used for intramural and recreational athletic activities. Schedule permitting, the basketball courts may be used for large event space.  Gym is currently restricted to Princeton University community members enrolled in the COVID testing protocol*

  • Princeton Catering provides distinct on-campus catering services from preparation to presentation. Catering menus are designed to suit individual taste, event style and budget. An equal focus is placed on service and the flawless execution of events.

    Brenda Wood
  • The Princeton University Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) provides leadership, technical support, information and training, consultation, and periodic audits of environmental, health and safety practices and regulatory compliance.

    The EHS staff works in a coordinated effort to address health and safety issues in several broad areas: workplace safety, occupational health, laboratory safety, emergency management, environmental programs, and general health and safety for the campus community.

  • The Facilities Organization supports the University's educational mission by stewarding the University’s campus in a sustainable way to create an environment of exceptional quality where learning and research thrive.

    Facilities is comprised of a number of departments necessary for events including

    -Building Services
    -Engineering and Campus Energy
    -Grounds and Building Maintenance
    -Site Protection
    -Office of Sustainability

  • Princeton is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive community, which includes ensuring that its information technology supports and encourages participation by a broad range of people. The profound impact of technology in education and research continues to grow, presenting both opportunities and challenges. While technology enables those with sensory, physical, and cognitive differences to engage in ways that were not previously available to them, it can present barriers to access. Princeton is continually working to help ensure that its digital resources are accessible for teaching and learning, research, administrative activities, and engagement. 

    Mary Albert
  • Princeton University is committed to ensuring equal access to its curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities. Offering a range of services, The Office of Disability Services facilitates reasonable accommodations to support our students with disabilities. The Office of Disability Services also serves as a resource to the many University administrative units and academic departments that have responsibility for or obligations to accommodate faculty, staff and campus visitors with disabilities.

    Liz Erickson
  • Financial services for Princeton events, such as buying supplies and equipment, paying for services, paying for travel and reimbursements.

  • The Department of Risk Management strives to systemically and effectively support the ongoing identification, review and prioritization of identified risk management, safety, and insurance-related issues that arise from the University’s teaching, research and support operations.

    Missy McGinn
  • Assitance with AV setup in rooms and video production services.

    Josh Brown
  • Print & Mail Services is a full-service University resource, including project planning/consultations, estimating, graphic design, copywriting, printing of all sizes and quantities, mail services, list processing, USPS mail design compliance review and distribution/fulfillment.

    Digital Print Center
  • Restaurant Associates @ Private dining facility serving the faculty and staff of Princeton University. Prospect House is also available for catered events for University departments and personal functions for University employees.  is available throughout the year for catering events. They specialize in departmental banquets, luncheons, dinners, cocktail receptions and meetings for up to 2,500 at Prospect House, Located at Bayard Lane and Nassau Street, Palmer House serves as the Princeton University’s official guest house. Within walking distance of campus, Palmer House also is available for meetings and conferences. Palmer House is also available for catered events for University departments and personal functions for University employees.  , Café Short for 701 Carnegie Center. Home of the Office of Finance and Treasury and the Office of Information Technology. Three multipurpose rooms are available for events at 701.  and over 40 locations across campus. An extension of Campus Dining; Restaurant Associates works with campus partners to execute exceptional events with the highest quality service and food using fresh and local ingredients whenever possible. Menu selections can be made from seasonal catering menus or the catering team will create customized menus to meet any special request, budget or dietary needs.

    Kari Jeanne Bowman
  • DPS support for events. Lock and unlock requests for on campus rooms. Events that expect a large number of people, serving alcohol with minors in attendance, or potential of protesters are required to hire a Public Safety officer to be present for the duration of the event. The Events Registration form is used to notify Public Safety about your event, provide details about the event, and to hire an officer.

    Duncan Harrison
  •  Restaurant Associates provides food service on behalf of the University for Private dining facility serving the faculty and staff of Princeton University. Prospect House is also available for catered events for University departments and personal functions for University employees.  and four other locations on campus.

    Kari-Jeanne Bowman
  • The Service Point is the central location where the campus community and visitors can receive an integrated suite of services related to student housing, parking, transportation, and TigerCard in support of the University’s academic mission and service to the community.  is the central location where the campus community and visitors can receive an integrated suite of services related to student housing, parking, transportation, and TigerCard in support of the University’s academic mission and service to the community.

  • Provides events planners with parking & mobility resources and options

    Praveen Rajasekaran
  • The group travel Can refer to an area of study or a set of grouped co-curricular activities designed to achieve a specific educational curriculum or experience. May also refer to digital or printed programs connected to an event, conference, etc.  supports groups traveling from the University (e.g. course travel, internships, and global seminars) as well as groups traveling to the University for conferences and events.

    Group travel support includes arrangements for air, ground transportation, lodging, activities, events, meals, tours, interaction with experts, cultural immersion experiences, conferences, meetings, and fly-ins. University group travel must be conducted in full compliance with the University Travel Policy.

    Susan Godfrey
  • Reserving Meetings achieve a business purpose, and facilitate the sharing of information, decision-making and collaboration and/or innovation. space on campus

  • Princeton University departments can utilize University ticketing is the gateway for ticketed events throughout the campus including Athletics, Frist Campus Center, Princeton University  Chapel, Princeton University Concerts, Program in Theater and Dance, Richardson Auditorium, and Theatre Intime.  services for department events in University facilities. University Ticketing will provide night-of ticketing service for most events at The David B. Richardson ‘33 Auditorium. The University’s principal concert and lecture facility, located in the northwestern end of the  campus. The auditorium is inside Alexander Hall, which was erected in 1892 as a convocation hall for Commencement exercises and other large gatherings.  , Short for Frist Campus Center. A gathering place for the campus community; includes classrooms, faculty offices, lecture halls, performance spaces, student government offices, all undergraduate student mailboxes and package lockers, computer clusters, meeting spaces,a variety of retail dining services, and a ticket office. Frist also provides diverse programming for the campus community. Frist and Frick sound similar but are two separate buildings.  Theater, and the Lewis Arts complex.

    Mary Kemler