Procter Hall serves as the main dining hall for the Graduate College, and is the historic center of graduate student life here at Princeton. Grad students are invited to dine at Procter, enjoying delicious options ranging from themed meals to a legendary Sunday brunch. Our Six Free Meals Program All regularly enrolled, degree-seeking graduate students* years G1-G5 who are not currently living in the Graduate College or otherwise on a meal plan, along with DCE 1 and 2 students, have six free meals automatically loaded onto their PUIDs each semester. Meals may be used for partners/spouses. Cardholders must accompany partners/spouses at Procter Hall. Meals can only be used at Procter Hall in the Graduate College. *Does not include students who have In Absentia or Leave of Absence status. Hours of Operation Procter Hall's hours may vary based on the academic calendar. For the most up to date information, please visit the Campus Dining website. Curious about today's menu at Procter? Check out what's being served up by Chef Jerry and his team. Graduate Student Meal Plans Graduate students who live in the Graduate College are required to have a meal plan, and can dine not only at Procter, but all other dining halls across campus. Please visit Campus Dining for contacts and information regarding meal plans.