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Yale University And The Gluten-Free College Student

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Updated August 12, 2008

In June 2008, members of The National Association of College & University Food Services were invited to tell about the resources available at their institutions for the gluten-free college student with celiac disease. Below is information provided by Karen Dougherty, Director of Communications & Nutrition at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

What advice would you give to a high school senior with celiac disease who is applying to college?

Contact the college dining service early; don't wait until you arrive. Have a list prepared of the things you like to eat.

What special accommodations would your school’s dining services be able to make to feed a student with celiac disease or food allergies?

We will buy gluten-free foods and prepare something special if nothing on the featured menu that is gluten-free is liked.

Are students allowed to have cooking appliances in the freshmen dorms (such as microwaves, hotplates, toaster ovens, etc.)?

No.

How can people contact you for more information?

Write to yale.dining@yale.edu

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