Disability Services collaborates with University Dining to accommodate students with special dietary needs such as food allergies, celiac disease, and other disabilities. Information on menus and dining on campus with dietary needs can be found on the Food Allergy & Special Diets Information resource page.
Students who do not feel that their needs can be currently met are encouraged to meet with the University Dining dietician and are also welcome to contact Disability Services to determine if further accommodations need to be made.
Student Health Services also offers access to a Registered Dietician for individualized nutrition counseling and assessment to help students meet their nutritional needs.
Texas A&M University is currently involved in a pilot program with the Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) College Food Allergy Program to educate staff members in University Dining Residence Life and Disability Services about food allergies in more detail.