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Special Dietary Accommodations for Students

Dietary accommodations are reasonable modifications or necessary forms of assistance that give a student that has self-identified as having a documented disability whose health, mobility or other issues may impact their ability to equally access the services or programs. Students may request legal and reasonable dietary accommodations to mitigate the impact of their disability to meet their needs.

Students residing in traditional residence halls are required to be on a resident meal plan based on their class standing. However, we realize that in certain situations, students may need to request special dietary accommodations. Accommodations are tailored to a student's need on a case-by-case basis.

As part of the interactive process, students will be referred to meet with the on campus Registered Dietitian and a member of The Office of Academic Success, Support and Accessibility to review requested need(s) and together will determine the appropriate accommodation(s).

Some common dietary accommodations include:

  • Housing/Dining Options
  • Meal Plan Adjustments
  • Dining Services Coordination

If you are interested in receiving dietary accommodations due to a disability, please read the Dietary Accommodations Policy.

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