Effective immediately due to COVID-19 and supply chain disruptions requiring ingredient substitutions, allergen and ingredient information on menu boards, recipe cards, and website may not be current. If you or someone in your party has a food allergy, please contact a food service manager, chef or dietitian on site. We will provide updates throughout the fall.
- Reach out to meet with our managers to make arrangements for specially prepared food when the daily menu offerings do not meet your needs.
Reasonable dietary alternatives currently available include, but are not limited to gluten-free and lactose-free food options, meals for medically-required diets, and the option to request alternative meals.
Our teams will work with you to enable you to dine with us safely and to be active in the management of your food allergy or food-related medical condition.
- Complete the New Student Application. Only one application is required even when applying for multiple accommodations, ie. academic & housing.
- Complete and upload documentation and the Dietary Accommodation Form to AIM. Students may also email documentation directly to OAE at firstname.lastname@example.org, hand-deliver to Buttrick G13 or fax to 404-471-6083.
- Once OAE receives a dietary accommodation request, OAE staff will contact the student, in writing, to set up a meeting to discuss the requested dietary accommodation to ensure that the need and scope of the request is fully understood.
- The Office of Accessible Education will arrange a meeting with the Director of Dining Services to discuss the existing opportunities for Agnes Scott College to meet your dietary needs within current dietary alternatives. The Director of Dining Services will complete a Food Management Plan during this meeting to identify dietary options available to students that can possibly meet your needs. If Dining Services cannot reasonably accommodate a student, OAE will explore additional or alternative modifications/accommodations.