Our allergen-friendly stations are equipped to prepare made-to-order items and it is recommended that students use these stations for made-to-order items. Staff are trained to follow certain policies and procedures when food allergies are disclosed.
Students wishing to eat from our self-serve stations are encouraged to request a serving from behind the line.
Our allergen-friendly stations are equipped to be able to prepare meals on request.
We have an allergen-friendly station located in each of our all-you-care-to-eat dining facilities. These stations are operated by dedicated staff and take extra precautions for allergen safety.
Food allergy 101, anaphylaxis, avoiding cross-contact, college and university policies, identifying major allergens, food label reading, etc.
Every employee receives basic food allergy training when hired and at least once per semester. Topics covered are top 8 allergens, avoiding cross-contact, signs of an allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, and how to respond to a food allergic reaction. Managers of the Dining Halls are AllerTrain certified and FARECheck Certified. Designated employees for our Allergen-Friendly stations undergo additional training on policies, procedures, and allergen safety.
The Office of Accessibility is the primary contact for student accommodation needs.
Students can communicate with the Office of Accessibility by phone, email, Zoom appointment, or in-person meeting. Walk-ins are welcome.
The Office of Accessibility encourages students to submit documentation as early as possible.