Whether it’s the “Freshman 15” or the “ramen and hotdog diet,” college is a time when students can genuinely struggle with building healthy dietary habits. WVU Dining Services offers many different resources to help students succeed in the classroom and the kitchen.
Nutrition Counseling and Campus Dining with Allergies
Submit a request to speak one-on-one with WVU's registered dietitian, Sina King. She will take the time to listen closely and understand your lifestyle and diet, and work with you to help achieve your goals. She can also help address food allergy and intolerance concerns.Dietitian Services
WVU Dining Services strives to uphold a campus of inclusivity. Café Evansdale, Summit Café and Hatfields offer Halal meals every day by request. Ask a dining hall manager for a halal meal and it will be ready within in few minutes.
Refer to this guide to healthful eating filled with nutritious food recipes that can positively impact your mood, energy levels and overall brain health.Mountaineer Cookbook
Health and Wellness Resources
View trustworthy resources to help you make informed nutrition decisions.Health and Wellness Resources
Eating Healthy on Campus
View six tips for eating healthier when dining on campus.Healthy Eating Tips