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If you have a special dining need related to a health concern, please fill out the Special Dining Needs Form. Special dining needs may include: Food Allergies or Intolerances, Gluten-Sensitive Enteropathy (Celiac Disease), other diseases of the stomach or intestine and needs related to religious observances. Even if you do not have a special dining need, you can meet with our campus Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist to discuss any concerns you have related to your nutritional needs by calling Student Health Services at (412) 268-2157.
In addition to the resources provided by Student Health Services, Dining Services offers food options for students with special dining needs. These foods can be found at dining locations around campus.
Kosher Korner on the second floor of the University Center provides Kosher meals for students. The selection changes everyday so you can have variety while still maintaining your Kosher diet. Kosher meals are also now available at the Carnegie Mellon Café.
Entropy, the campus convenience store, has a gluten-free grocery section for students with this special dining need.