Meet with a registered dietitian for an assessment of your current eating habits, challenges, lifestyle, medical conditions and overall nutritional needs. You will receive expert advice and assistance with setting realistic goals to help achieve your desired outcome. The dietitian sees students with a variety of conditions and needs including:
- Weight loss/gain/maintenance
- Eating disorders/Disordered eating
- Hyperlipidemia (high LDL and total cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol and/or high triglycerides)
- High blood pressure
- Sports nutrition
- GI Conditions (IBS, Crohn’s, reflux, etc.)
- General healthy eating
- And more!
This service is only available to enrolled KSU students.
To schedule your appointment, please call 770-423-6394 or stop by the Center for Health Promotion and Wellness. We are currently in a temporary location behind the Student Recreation & Wellness Center and adjacent to the Campus Green. Appointments are available Monday thru Friday during Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
Please note our No-Show/Cancellation Policy:
Any student scheduling an appointment with the KSU Registered Dietitian will be required to sign a form stating they understand and authorize the Center for Health Promotion and Wellness to initiate a charge of $25.00 per appointment on their student account, which may result in withholding of grades, transcripts, future registration and the forfeiture of continued participation in nutrition counseling for the remainder of the semester, if a client fails to show for their nutrition appointment (considered as a “no-show”) or fails to cancel more than 24 hours before his/her scheduled appointment. If a client is 15 minutes or less late, the session will only last until the end of the scheduled time. If a client is more than 15 minutes late, the session will be considered a “no-show” and the Dietitian will be under no obligation to provide nutrition services to the client. Students who cancel more than 24 hours before their scheduled appointment will not be penalized. If students call to cancel and must leave a voicemail, the time they leave the voicemail will be considered the time they cancel. For example, if a student calls Monday evening at 6:30PM to cancel his/her appointment at 9AM on Wednesday, the student will have given 35 hours and 30 min notice of needing to cancel the appointment and will not be penalized.
Related PDF Forms:
- Nutrition Questionnaire (please complete and bring to your first appointment)
- No-Show/Cancellation Fee Agreement Form
Want more nutrition education? Check out OWL Balance, our 8-week learn-over-lunch series designed to assist students with setting nutrition and food-related goals (i.e. weight loss/gain/management, eating more veggies, portion control, etc.) AND accomplishing them! Offered fall semester. Click here for more information on OWL Balance!