Both dining halls (the Hot Spot and DuB), offer Simple Servings at lunch and dinner, which features an entree, starch and vegetable sides free of most major allergens (fish is still served on occasion due to low number of students who have disclosed a fish allergy).
Students should contact Disability Resources to begin the accommodation process.
Disability Resources will process accommodation requests, and works closely with Residence Life, Campus Dining, and the Campus Dietitian to process a range of accommodations and connect students to resources, such as dining tours to help students feel safe dining on campus.
Undesignated epinephrine is stocked in the Campus Health Services Blue Clinic (which provides urgent care) for emergencies. Epinephrine is not available for patients to take with them for future use.
Not all emergency responders in Flagstaff carry epinephrine. When possible, it is important to clarify when calling 911 that a person is having an allergic reaction and will need ephinephrine.