There’s a reason more than 70% of graduate students live in campus housing. On-campus life at Princeton includes a wide array of activities, amenities and experiences that bring us together as a community. Our Residential Communities The Graduate College and the Annexes The historic Graduate College is the oldest residential college devoted to graduate studies in the U.S, and serves as the traditional center of graduate life at Princeton. Lawrence Apartments Studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments bring together students and their families in a quiet, wooded part of campus. Lakeside Apartments Community defines life by Lake Carnegie, with a playground, barbecue space, a garden, and more. Take a Virtual Tour Meet Your Team The Graduate Student Affairs team, working with our Community Associates and alongside the Graduate College House, Lakeside, and Lawrence Committees, seek to enhance your experience through community-centered programming and support. We’re here to help you with everything surrounding your on-campus experience. Resources Campus Housing Apply for housing, find move in / out details, and view useful resources for incoming & current students. Dining Explore historic Procter Hall, find today's menu, and learn about meal plans and our six free meals program. Transportation & Parking Get around campus with TigerShuttle schedules, bike info, carshares, and commuter discounts.