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Please bring any tableware back to eateries or place in these bins!

Have you borrowed a cup, bowl, plate, or silverware from one of Cornell Dining's cafes or dining rooms? Found a wayward tumbler or tray in your travels? Please bring it back before you leave for the winter break, no questions asked!

The result of lost dishware, flatware, and drinkware is thousands of dollars spent on replacements each year. Please help keep Dining rates low by returning borrowed items.

You're welcome to bring any Cornell Dining tableware back to any of our dining rooms or cafes, or just place it in one of our Amnesty Boxes located in the lobby areas of these North Campus and South Campus residence halls.

  • Akwe:kon
  • CKB
  • Dickson
  • Donlon
  • Ecology House
  • High Rise 5
  • Jameson   
  • HILC
  • JAM
  • LLC
  • Low Rise 6
  • Low Rise 7
  • Townhouses
  • Hu Shih
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • Barbara McClintock
  • Mews
  • Risley
  • Ujamaa
  • Toni Morrison Hall
  • Ganędagǫ:
  • Veteran Program House
  • Equity & Engagement Living-Learning Community
  • 109 McGraw
  • 118 McGraw
  • 122 McGraw
  • Cascadilla
  • Sheldon Court
  • Schuyler
  • 112 Edgemoor

West Campus House System residents can bring their items right to the dining rooms in their buildings.

A bin that says, Borrow a cup, bowl, plate, or silverware? Please bring any tableware back, no questions asked


About Cornell Dining

Cornell Dining is consistently ranked in the Princeton Review's top ten for best campus food among all colleges and universities in the country! That high rating comes from customer surveys, and reflects Cornell Dining's commitment to serving high-quality foods that are healthy and creatively prepared with genuine care for a diverse community. Cornell Dining operates about 30 on-campus eateries -- which include residential dining rooms, cafés, coffeehouses, food courts, and convenience stores -- and serves more than 23,000 meals a day to members of the Cornell community. For more information, visit