Aramark has a long record of successfully serving more than 600 colleges and universities throughout North America and is working with the College to transform the campus dining environments through changes such as:
- Bringing in a mix of national and proprietary restaurant brands
- Providing knowledgeable chefs, fresh food, healthier and vegan options
- Improving dining spaces and value
Dining area renovations commenced in July 2015. The main dining areas on both the Ammerman and Michael J. Grant campuses, as well as the satellite food locations in the Southampton Building on the Ammerman Campus and the Health, Sports, and Education Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus were upgraded and rebranded.
As part of the transition, the College implemented a $100 meal plan charge per semester for students taking nine credits or more on the Ammerman and Michael J. Grant campuses. These funds are then made available for use by students who want to purchase food or drinks in any of the campus dining locations and campus vending machines. Purchases made through the meal plan are tax-free, creating significant dining value.
Please review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section for more specifics about the College's dining plan.
Main dining locations operate in the Babylon Student Center on the Ammerman Campus and the Captree Commons Building on the Michael J. Grant Campus. Typical dining options take advantage of fresh foods served in a variety of regional and international cuisines featured in rotating stations that will change weekly.
Satellite dining service locations are located in the Southampton Building on the Ammerman Campus and the Health, Sports and Education Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus. The College has also added snack and beverage vending machines on all three campuses. A coffee vending machine has been added to the Huntington Library on the Ammerman Campus.
Suffolk County Community College continues to work with Aramark to bring in a mix of national and proprietary restaurant brands, such as Starbucks, to our campus dining locations. The introduction of these brands will require completion of construction and/or renovations to existing spaces. Additional information regarding these renovations will be released as soon as it becomes available to the College.
Since student life is fast-moving, campus dining options include Provisions on Demand® (POD) Markets. POD Markets blend the features and quick convenience of a "corner store," with modern market style and service. They include a variety of "grab-and-go" fresh food and produce, deliciously prepared meals and everyday essentials.
The Ammerman Campus Cafe features Grille Works, Bene Pizzeria, Boar's Head Deli, Sushi House, and Global Station, while the Michael J. Grant Campus features Grille Works, Bene Pizzeria, Sushi House and Subway.
Grille Works features fresh grilled burgers, turkey burgers, Philly cheesesteaks and two types of French fries, as well as a full breakfast menu.
Bene Pizzeria features Neapolitan pizza by the slice with choices of various toppings, as well as calzones, Stromboli and melts. This station also offers a daily baked pasta dish, as well as entrée items such as chicken cutlet parmesan or sausage and pepper heroes.
The Global Station is a traditional entrée station with a rotating menu that features authentic menus from around the world. The station menu changes every week; one week the menu features Mexican burritos and tacos, then changes to Indian Tikka Masala and Vindaloo the following week.
The Boar's Head Deli features mouthwatering deli sandwiches, wraps and Paninis made with fresh-cut deli meats, cheeses, vegetables and premium sauces, all served on delicious, fresh baked bread.
Subway is America’s favorite sandwich shop. The Michael J. Grant Campus location has a full Subway menu, utilizing the same meats, cheeses, toppings, sauces and fresh baked bread options.
Sushi House features hand-rolled sushi, fresh sashimi and seafood salads, all made-to-order or available as a quick grab-and-go option.
A POD Express location is available in the Southampton Building on the Ammerman Campus. POD Express is the right destination for convenience items you need on campus. It offers everything from a quick salad and bottled water, to a pack of gum, headache medicine, or lip balm. You can find just about anything you need at the POD!
The Grant Campus Café also features F'real Frozen Shakes and Smoothies, and Jamba Go. The salad/smoothie bar stations have fresh fruits and vegetables available to be added to a garden-fresh salad or blended into a smoothie, your choice.
The campus dining site in the Captree Commons along with the campus' Health, Sports and Education Center's satellite dining location, both serve Starbuck's drip coffee.
Future plans include adding a full-service Starbucks location to the Babylon Student Center on the Ammerman Campus, offering the same delicious menu and world-famous customer service experience. The store will provide drink specials and weekly promotions, as well as soft seating and a true coffee house vibe.
The vending machines on all campuses already include cold Starbucks options.
Updates on the progress of campus dining renovations and the introduction of new proprietary and national brands are provided via the website as new details become available.
Catering menus are now available through the Campus Dish website. The process and procedures for placing catering orders remains the same and can be accessed on the College's website.
The Campus Dish dining website will be a one stop shop for information about anything related to the dining programs at Suffolk County Community College. Here you can find locations and hours of operation, menu and nutritional information, how to contact the dining managers, catering services, and information about health and wellness and sustainability programs. The Campus Dish Dining website address is www.sccc.campusdish.com.
Health & Wellness and Sustainability Pages
You can find nutrition facts for the food items you eat on this page, as well as tips on healthy and sustainable practices on campus.
All Aramark menu items are available on the My Fitness Pal app, so you can track what you eat throughout the day for a thorough analysis of your dietary intake.
Download and use the Campus Dish mobile app for detailed information on the food you are eating, as well as to access your account, to add funds, or get information about a dining location closest to you.
Healthy for Life
Healthy for Life is Aramark's comprehensive Health & Wellness platform, which reflects that company's ongoing commitment to create healthier environments, build healthier communities and deliver healthier outcomes to all of its constituencies on campus.
Through Healthy for Life, Aramark's goal is to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of its customers, clients and communities. With Healthy for Life, they seek to Enable, Educate, Encourage and Engage with students through healthy menus, healthy promotions, literature displays, wellness walks, and educational events.
The Aramark management team is here to serve you. For information about anything concerning Suffolk County Community College's dining programs, please contact the management team—they will be happy to assist!
You can contact the Aramark management team through its Food Service Director Rob Prokopiak at email@example.com or its Manager at the Michael J. Grant Campus, Michelle Robb at Robb-Michelle@aramark.com. Ammerman Campus: 631-732-1838 and Michael J. Grant Campus: 631-273-4374. Website- www.sccc.campusdish.com