Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get nutrition counseling?
A registered dietitian is available for nutrition counseling and appointments are free of charge to students. The first appointment generally lasts 50 minutes, with follow-up appointments, if needed, lasting 30 minutes. To schedule an appointment, call the Student Wellness Office at 765-494-WELL. To learn more, click here.
I think I (or my friend) might have an eating disorder. Where can I go for help?
If you or your friend has an eating disorder, it is important that you get help. Information is available in the form of brochures in the Student Wellness Office (PUSH 201). Additionally, a registered dietitian is available for counseling and education services, free of charge to students. To schedule an appointment, call the Student Wellness Office at 765-494-WELL.
I am an RA and would like to request a nutrition program for my residence hall. What should I do?
To request a nutrition program, please browse our available Presentations on-line. If you find a program that you like, simply lick on the title to fill out an on-line request form.
I would like to lose some weight. Where can I go for help?
A registered dietitian is available for nutrition consultations, free of charge to students. The registered dietitian can help you set appropriate goals and develop a diet program that works for you. To schedule an appointment, call the Student Wellness Office at 765-494-WELL.
Where can I go online for other nutrition questions and concerns?
Go Ask Alice!. Columbia University's Health Q&A Internet Service. Question and answers on many topics, with a health focus, from Columbia University's Health Education Program, with a searchable database.
MayoClinic.com. Mayo clinic provides useful and up-to-date health information and tools that students can use to provide maintain optimal nutrition, health and well-being.