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Residential Dining Centers

Cooper

RESIDENTIAL DINING CENTER

Cooper serves as the dining hall for Central Campus and is connected to both Funnelle and Hart Halls.

Lakeside

RESIDENTIAL DINING CENTER

With a breathtaking view of Lake Ontario, afforded by large windows along the north side of the building sets the stage for a great meal. The large dining center features modern design, furniture, and decor that creates a relaxed atmosphere where students can enjoy their down time for meals and socialization. This dining center has specialized food stations around a large oval structure: a salad bar, fresh fruit, soups and desserts stands in the center of the serving area. Other stations include pizza, pasta, a deli bar, and featured meals on the menu as well as and grilled and vegetarian selections. Lakeside is connected to Johnson and Riggs Hall.

Littlepage

RESIDENTIAL DINING CENTER

Littlepage Dining Center is situated on the southwest side of the SUNY Oswego campus, overlooking Glimmerglass Lagoon. Littlepage serves Onondaga and Oneida Residence Halls.

Mackin

RESIDENTIAL DINING CENTER

Mackin Dining Hall is housed between the residence halls, with Lonis to the north and Moreland to the south. Two factors setting Mackin apart from other dining halls around campus are its years of service and weekly schedule.

Pathfinder

RESIDENTIAL DINING CENTER

Pathfinder Dining Hall serves Seneca Hall and Cayuga Hall. To combat the unpredictable weather at the college, tunnels were built connecting Pathfinder to its accompanying residence halls.