Nutrition & Special Diets
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:
Need expert help developing healthy habits to fit your lifestyle? Our on-staff dietitian Cami is happy to help. All WVU students can schedule a one-on-one appointment with Cami to help achieve any wellness goal. Hundreds of WVU students use this resource annually- don't hesitate to sign up for an appointment!
If you have a dietary allergy, we're here to help! Our staff are trained and ready to help you enjoy your time at WVU with peace of mind. Be sure to read more and contact our dietitian so we can prepare for your arrival this fall!
Morgantown hosts West Virginia's only certified kosher commercial kitchen at the Rohr Chabad house. WVU Dining has partnered with the Rohr Chabad house to provide an expanded set of dining options for students, faculty, and staff looking to keep kosher on campus.