Residential Dining Services is committed to the nutritional well-being of the students and staff of the Colorado State University community. Food choices and diet habits are an important part of our daily lives and are crucial for the health and well-being of all individuals.
Our responsibility is to provide nutritionally balanced food choices, along with accurate information and resources so that each individual can make the best dietary decisions for themselves on a daily basis.
Eat Well @ CSU
The Eat Well @ CSU nutrition program provides nutrition information to our students and guests in a number of ways.
- Online menus including ingredient lists and allergen information for the foods served
- Nutrition table cards giving tips to eating a well-balanced diet
- Menu labels that identify the nutrients in foods for all dietary needs
- Nutrition stations within each dining center that offer information about making healthy dietary choices
- Our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist conducts nutrition programs and classes for on-campus students throughout the year.
Gluten-free items are located in the designated gluten-free zones at each dining center.
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Would you like to talk to someone about your diet and food choices?
We realize that your health and well-being is directly affected by your diet every day and that sometimes you need some help to get on the right track. Therefore we provide the FREE services of a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to students living in the residence halls throughout the academic year. Students can meet to discuss individual nutrition needs and concerns including food allergies and special diets, and get assistance with meal planning while living on-campus and eating in the dining centers.
- Please contact her at (970) 491-4714 or Brittney.Sly@colostate.edu to schedule a FREE conversation.
- You can also stop by the HDS Nutrition and Wellness Office to browse tons of nutrition and health resources including books, magazines, events, recipes, etc.
Do you have a food allergy or intolerance?
A support group for those students living on campus with food allergies, intolerances and Celiac Disease is available. Contact the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to be added to the group’s listserv or schedule a FREE chat about your options eating on-campus.
Nutrition and Food Allergy Resources
View Our Menus Online
- Our online menu system allows you to sort by the following categories: Vegan, Vegetarian, Eat Well, Gluten-Free, Local Product, Whole Grain, and/or Contains Nuts. Additionally, through this system, foods containing the Top 8 Allergens are labeled.
- CSU Health Network Preventive Health Services
- The Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics - One of the largest nutrition-oriented organizations in the US, their web site has a variety of nutrition resources, information on nutrition in the news, and its own selection of related sites.
- The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network
- U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
- Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center