Hinman Dining Center to reopen for the Fall 2021 semester
The newly renovated Hinman Dining Center will reopen for the Fall 2021 semester with state-of-the-art enhancements ready to greet the future of the Hinman and extended campus community. The new, all-inclusive dining center will be home to a re-imagined servery with up to nine dining concepts, and a view-worthy dining room with expanded seating. Hinman Dining will also feature Starbucks Coffee, a Garbanzo’s Mediterranean Grill, student programming and study space, a rooftop terrace, a convenience store and a student culinary makerspace — a commercial-grade kitchen created for student culinary exploration.
The University renovated the 55-year-old dining center to bring a renewed sense of community to Hinman and to support the current and future needs of one of our most popular residential communities. For renovation updates and photos, visit the Hinman renovation website.
Binghamton University Dining Services
Binghamton University offers a wide variety of dining options to suit everyone's needs on campus. We're proud to partner with Sodexo to deliver quality meals with superior service. All residents living in University housing, except those living in Susquehanna and Hillside communities, are required to participate in one of the resident dining plans.
All residents living in University housing, except those living in Susquehanna and Hillside communities, are required to participate in one of the resident dining plans. Both resident and commuter dining plans are available.
Binghamton University has a lot of retail dining as well.
Binghamton University Dining Services ensures food safety through the use of the following Food Policy.
During a self-catered event the Food Policy Waiver of Liability Form must be submitted to Auxiliary Services 15 days prior to event date.