Allergy-Friendly Lawrence University Campus GuideLawrence University's dining service staff are all very friendly and willing to work with students on their dietary restrictions and needs! I’ve met with the staff a couple of times and was able to work out the possibility of getting a safe bread for me to make sandwiches in the dining hall! There is a SimplyOasis station free of the top allergens, as well as a gluten-free fridge section that also includes some nut-free/allergy-friendly Enjoy Life products! Their kitchen staff even goes through the FARECheck training.
Location: Appleton, Wisconsin
Allergy-Friendly Campus Guide: Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Marymount UniversityLocation: Los Angeles, California To be honest, my experience at the school’s dining hall were not the best. Thankfully things have improved since I left, but I would still make an effort to meet with the head chef upon move in at the 2 main dining halls. The student run coffee shop is amazing though. Nursing staff on campus are wonderful. If you get allergy shots, try to get on the waitlist the second you enroll!
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Allergy-Friendly Miami University of Ohio Campus GuideThe Miami University of Ohio dining halls are great, with gluten-free areas and even gluten-free pizza stations! Everything is labeled! Loved my campus and couldn’t imagine being elsewhere when getting my diagnosis!
Location: Oxford, Ohio
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Allergy-Friendly New York University Campus GuideNYU has a very kind and understanding disability services center. They were very good with housing accommodations and giving me a single for my dorm room.
Location: New York, New York
Allergy-Friendly North Carolina State Campus GuideI’ve been very impressed with the allergy safety and accommodations NC State has for campus. The dining halls have all food items labeled, provide dairy and gluten free products, use an allergy scoops for ice cream, and similar protocols for on campus restaurants. I feel very comfortable eating on campus while having a severe nut allergy.
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina