We strive to provide a wide variety of nutritionally balanced menu options for everyone. You can learn how to choose the right foods for you at ChooseMyPlate.gov.We can also accommodate individuals with specific dietary needs. Students who follow a medically prescribed diet should schedule an appointment with our registered dietitian.
Our dietitian is also available to give presentations on nutrition and healthy lifestyles to any student group! Email us to make arrangments for a presentation for your group.
- NetNutrition® is an online tool to help you find nutritional information and identify healthy food choices on our standard and daily menus.
- You can use NetNutrition® to build meals around your nutritional goals and view side-by-side comparisons of our menu items.
- Ingredients may vary due to changes in product formulation.
Vegetarian and Vegan Diets
Are you curious about what it means to be a vegetarian or vegan?
Check out these helpful resources.
VegIU is a campus group for people interested in vegetarianism and veganism.
Why be a Vegetarian?
There are many reasons why people choose to follow a vegetarian diet. Here are a few:
- Health Benefits
- Animal Rights Issues
- Environmental Concerns
- Economic Benefits
- World Hunger
Food served at RPS Dining locations is prepared in an area where the following "Top 8" allergens are present: fish, SHELLFISH (shrimp), peanuts, tree nuts, soy, eggs, dairy and gluten. Ingredient cross-contact is possible. RPS Dining cannot guarantee that any item prepared in our kitchen is free of a certain ingredient or allergen.
Customers with life-threatening allergies should use caution. Request to speak with the chef at dining locations to prepare food in allergen-free areas for your specific dietary needs. If you have food allergies or any additional questions, please call the RPS Registered Dietitian: 812-856-5851.
Food Allergy Reporting Form
Please complete and submit this form to have our registered dietitian contact you to assist in identifying foods that are available on campus for your particular dietary needs.
Foods identified as not containing wheat may not be certified Gluten Free. Cross-contact with gluten may occur during food preperation. If you are sensitive to gluten, consult the Registered Dietitian or ask the Chef or Dining Manager on site for an ingredient list. Our staff is happy to accommodate your request to have your meal prepared in a manner that reduces cross-contact as much as possible.
Eat Right is a healthy eating initiative focused on providing healthy dining choices throughout campus. Look for the Eat Right logo on menus to help you make informed decisions
Eat Right guidelines include:
- Plant-based products with high fiber content
- Heart healthy proteins
- Fresh produce
- Nutrient dense foods
- Healthy fats
Contact our registered dietitian with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.