Upcoming Cooking Classes:
(Student Wellness Center 122)
2/11 & 2/13 @ 3pm-Hopeless Ramen-TIC
2/12 @ 12pm & 2pm-My Heart Goes Bibimbap
2/18& 2/20 @ 3pm-Hash-Tag Breakfast
3/4 & 3/6 @ 3pm -Vegetable Meets Lasagna
3/12 @ 12pm & 2pm-Couscous: It's so Nice They Named it Twice
3/19 @ 12pm & 2pm-Let's Take Whisks: Plant-Based Baking
4/9 @ 12pm & 2pm-
4/15 & 4/17 @ 3pm-
4/30 @ 12 & 2pm-Taco Tuesday
Nutrition information is all around us, and sometimes it’s hard to know what is credible nutrition information and what is not. We hope to provide you with resources so you can keep your body and mind well as you go through college.
Request a Nutrition Workshop
Our Peer Health Educators help create a welcoming and safe space for students to explore thoughts and information about food, dieting, and weight. To request a workshop, click here.
Meet with a Professional to Talk
We have a Registered Dietitian here at the Student Health Center who meets with students one-on-one to discuss any nutrition related concerns. To learn more about Cassie and services she offers, click here
Take a Free Cooking Class
Each cooking class teaches basic cooking skills utilizing affordable ingredients. All participants walk away with free food, useful knowledge, and a recipe they can try again at home. Check out our seasonal menu of classes for class descriptions and information on how to sign up. For additional info about the program, visit the CHEW page.For great videos on preparing various types of produce, visit CookSmart's Produce Prep Guide!
Learn How to Eat Well on a Budget
Finding ways to stay nourished while in school is hard. Check out our information on how to fuel your body on a budget to help keep your body healthy and your mind strong here.
Read our Frequently Asked Nutrition Questions
We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions by students on our campus. Check out the responses here, because we may just have the answer to a question you didn’t realize you had!