The Nine Allergens
These nine allergens represent the eight most common allergens, but in dining services we recognize that there are many other kinds of food allergies and special dietary needs. To set up an appointment with Dining Services to talk about your dietary needs please complete this contact us email@example.com.
Peanut, Soy, Milk, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Fish, Eggs, wheat,Sesame
We're in this together.
THE BEST WAY TO LIVE WITH SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS IS TO PLAN AHEAD AND BE ENGAGED IN YOUR DIET. WE ARE YOUR BEST ALLY. OUR EMPLOYEES ARE TRAINED IN WORKING WITH FOOD-ALLERGIC GUESTS TO MAKE THEIR DINING EXPERIENCE NOT ONLY SAFE BUT ENJOYABLE. TALK WITH OUR EMPLOYEES AND ASK QUESTIONS TO INVOLVE US IN MANAGING YOUR DINING OPTIONS.
ANY GUEST WHO DINES WITH US IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT ONE OF OUR MANAGERS TO MAKE SURE THERE IS A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR NEEDS.
We work hard to identify all dishes that are prepared with these select items and, in addition, we advise diners with allergies to do the following:
- Pay attention to the signage.
- Establish a relationship with the chef. Simple conversations with the chef in your daily visit to the Dining Hall or Pather Den can make your dining experience a lot easier. The chef can go over ingredients used in recipes and how the meal was prepared.
- Read labels...Our chefs will be happy to tour the kitchen with you so you may view labels of the foods you will be eating.
- If there is ever a question… about an entrée avoid consuming it or ask a culinarian.
Options! Located in the dining hall
This area is for allergen-sensitive students. We have a fridge that has dairy-free yogurt, vegan and dairy-free dressings, mayo, and cream cheese. There is also Gluten-free bread. Also located in this area are white rice, vegan broth, gluten-free waffles, and a toaster for gluten-free items.