Food allergies

Please let us know if you have a food allergy/intolerance or other special dietary need by completing this form.

What can you do, in partnership with Oswego Dining Services, to have a rewarding dining experience?

  • Students who have an allergy or dietary restriction and will need accommodations made will need to fill out this form, have their physician fill out the bottom half. Once this is completed you should meet with our registered dietitian.
  • We will review our policies and procedures that we have in place to keep you safe.
  • Know your allergy. Choose menu items that you know are safe with your specific food restriction. If in doubt, use the app or ask an employee! We are always happy to show you labels or recipes.
  • Be your own advocate.
  • Create relationships with Oswego Dining Services Staff. This will help make your dining experience less stressful. We are here to help you and we look forward to working with you. We believe that by working together we can help you determine menu items that fit your food restriction.
  • Use our online menu and app.
  • Review the menu items served at the dining center before you arrive.
  • Please realize if you need to have a special menu item prepared, it will take extra time. Please plan accordingly.

In the case of an allergic reaction while in the dining center:

The Oswego Dining Services procedure is to contact 911 immediately and request medical assistance. Following an incident, the dining center manager will inform the Director and Registered Dietitian. When the timing is appropriate, the dining center manager and/or Oswego Dining Services registered dietitian will follow up with that student to check on their situation and well-being. Please recognize…..

Oswego Dining Services is committed to providing an allergy friendly dining experience. However, the ingredients and nutritional content of food items served in the campus dining locations may vary. In addition, manufacturers may change their product formulation or consistency of ingredients without our knowledge, and product availability may fluctuate. While we make every effort to identify ingredients, we cannot assure against these contingencies. It is ultimately YOUR responsibility to determine whether to question ingredients or eat selected foods. Oswego Dining Services cannot guarantee the safety of students with life-threatening allergies.

Auxiliary Services Oswego Dining will assume no liability for any adverse reactions that may occur in the
dining facilities.

Allergy Accommodation Form (PDF)

Food allergy resouces

Gluten and celiac disease resources

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