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Student Health and Well-Being

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A Registered Dietitian can assist you with medical nutrition therapy needs including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, food allergies, eating disorders and other dietary concerns. 

What to Expect

If you've been referred by a doctor or have a known medical condition, you can make an appointment for one-on-one nutrition services with a registered dietitian.  Dieticians use Health at Every Size principles and will not make weight loss a goal.


Before your Appointment

Before your appointment, you will need to complete a food record form [docx] and bring it with you. Initial nutrition appointments may involve gathering a health history, reviewing the food record form, discussing medical nutrition interventions or education, and behavior change guidance. Follow up appointments may also be offered to monitor progress.

Nutrition consultations are free of charge for students. Faculty and staff can schedule a consultation for a fee. Call our office for fee specifics.


Cooking Workshops

Cooking Workshops  are offered throughout the semester to students and campus groups. 


People with eating disorders can come in any shape or size. We have a team of health care providers here to help if you're struggling with your eating habits or your relationship with food. For more information or to make an appointment, visit Counseling and Psychiatry.

Meal Support Group

This group is focused on helping the student appropriately follow their meal plan, achieve individualized goals, gain support and accountability from their peers, learn coping skills, and decrease behaviors that sabotage eating and recovery. Meals eaten at the group should follow the Rule of 3s or otherwise prescribed meal plan. Register for the group on myhealthspace.


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