Nutritional Needs and Information
The following is a summary of nutrition options and practices, and is applicable to both campuses. Full nutrition and allergen information is available in the Nutritional Info Database.
Allergies / Special Dietary Needs
Please let the Bi-College Dietitian know about any food allergies or special dietary needs that you have. Download and fill out the form. Email the completed form to email@example.com, or (to ensure confidentiality) print and mail the form to Nicole Patience (address listed at the bottom of the form).
The Dietitian serves as a consultant for menu planning and recipe development, working with the gym and health center to achieve overall student wellness.
If you've ever wondered if something contained nuts, was low in calories, or safe for a vegan to eat, you'll be happy to know that Haverford and Bryn Mawr Dining Services now have nutritional info available for all of their entrees. From calories to allergies, we've got you covered.
Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDE is available to assist with all of your needs, and dietary questions.
- (610) 526-7417
Available in all Dining Halls:
- Vegetarian and Meat options at every meal
- Haverford Dining Center and Haffner Hall offer additional vegan dishes
- Kosher options available during Passover
- Lactaid 100 (100% lactose reduced, non-fat milk)
- Soy Milk & Rice Milk (Calcium + B12 Fortified)
- Skim (non-fat), 1%, and Whole Milk
- Low-Fat Swiss Cheese at the Deli Bar
- Low-Fat Cottage Cheese
- Low-Fat Yogurt
- Low-Fat or Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt
- 3 Low-Fat or Fat-Free Dressings and 3 Regular Dressings on all Salad Bars
- We use canola oil in recipes requiring salad or vegetable oil
- All frying oils are trans-fat and Acid Free
- Our tuna is packed in water
- We do not add MSG to any recipe (some purchased items may contain MSG)
- We use Non-Dairy "Trans-Fat Acid free" margarine instead of butter in our recipes
- Items containing nuts & seafood are clearly labeled
- We use Gluten Free soy sauce in our recipes