Description Princeton has you covered with TigerCard electronic access to your dorm and meal plan, high speed Internet and computer resources. Room Access for Undergraduates You gain entry to your dorm though a keyless lock, using your TigerCard for access. The University’s system of keyless locks for all undergraduate and graduate dormitories allows a higher level of security by requiring a dual validation for entry, meaning that a TigerCard and your four-digit PIN are required for entry into a dorm room. Access My Housing for Undergraduates to obtain your PIN. Student Computer Purchase Program If you plan to buy a computer, check out the Student Computer Purchase Program which provides Princeton students with special rates, extended warranty and on-campus support on highly capable Apple and Dell computers. Tiger Card Your TigerCard is your official Princeton University ID card, and you will receive it when you pick up your housing packet at move in. It’s also an all-in-one campus card that gives you access to your dorm, library, and athletic facilities; allows you to buy food or use your meal plan; offers free admission to many athletic events; use copiers; purchase apparel and books; and more. Through Paw Points—money added to your TigerCard—you can purchase items at the Princeton University Store, all campus dining halls and the Frist Campus Center, ticketing offices, and student agencies. Wireless Internet All dorms are wireless enabled, using the eduroam network. Students should connect their devices to eduroam as their primary wireless network. A dedicated wireless network, servicenet, is also available for gaming consoles and streaming devices. Need support? Visit the Princeton Service Portal, email [email protected], or call 609-258-4357.