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Nutrition Coaching

About Coaching

Meet with a Registered Dietitian for a one-on-one consultation designed to assess your dietary needs, answer nutritional questions, establish nutrition goals, and learn the best way to fuel your body. Consultations are 45 minutes. Please complete the intake form in your receipt and a Registered Dietician will contact you.

Initial Coaching Session

Your initial session will include a review of your nutrition history, information about basic healthy eating strategies, a review of your nutritional needs, and goal setting. 

Follow-Up Coaching Sessions

Follow-up consultations are 30 minutes, and crucial to adhereing to new, healthy lifestyle changes while modifying plans as needed for maximum results. Purchase your consultation with follow up sessions package discounts!


  Students Faculty/Staff Community
Nutrition Coaching Session $20 $30 $40
Nutrition Coaching Session Follow-Up $10 $15 $20
Nutrition Coaching Session + 1 Follow-Up $30 $40 $50
Nutrition Coaching Session + 2 Follow-Ups $38 $48 $58
Nutrition Coaching Session + 3 Follow-Ups $47 $57 $67

Purchase your initial coaching session and follow-ups here!

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2019 Nutrition Program Classes

Nutrition classes are a great way to learn about healthy eating and lifestyle changes, while sampling great food from our Registered Dieticians. Classes are located in the Instructional Training Room of the ARC at 5:30pm and are FREE!

nutritional workout flyerJanuary 22: Eating Healthy on a College Budget
Being a college student can sometimes make healthy eating seem tricky. Come learn clever tips and tricks to eat delicious food on a college budget! Snacks will be provided!

February 4: Power Through Your Day with Energizing Snacks
Come learn how to make healthy snacks that will keep you energized throughout the day! There will be yummy samples to try.

March 4: Supplement Reality: Learn About Supplement Safety and Come Get Your Supplement Evaluated by a Dietitian
Confused about which supplements you should be taking? Bring your supplements and have one of our registered dietitians evaluate how safe they are, and which supplements will really help you reach your goals!

April 1: Eating a Rainbow: Counting Your Micros not Your Macros
We’ve been told we should eat our fruits and vegetables since we were kids, but is it really that important? Come find out! Snacks will be provided.