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Nutrition Resources & Information

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Duke Student Health Nutrition Services

Fosters an environment that educates, supports and facilitates a student’s ability to develop lifelong healthy eating behaviors; collaborates with Duke Dining to offer a nutritious and appealing food environment that allows students to nourish both their bodies and minds; offers evidence based clinical care in a respectful and caring manner; provides information through campus-wide nutrition initiatives, and works collaboratively with other campus organizations in order to deliver the highest level of nutrition care possible.

Nutrition Consultation Appointments

We offer evidence-based, in-person, and virtual nutrition consultations for all your nutritional needs.

In order to take advantage of our nutrition services during the summer months (starting May 13th /1st summer session), you must be enrolled in at least one class per semester or have paid the summer health fee for each semester.

In-Person and video visits are covered by your Student Health Fee, not insurance,  therefore there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. All Duke Students who are enrolled in classes or professional programs are eligible to use our services upon payment of the health fee and are residing in North Carolina (this includes video visits). You do not need a referral to schedule an appointment.

New appointment visits are scheduled for 45 minutes and return or follow-up visits are scheduled for 30 minutes. Follow-up visits may be scheduled once or twice per month depending on the reason for your visit.

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