Information for Students/Individuals with Food Allergies

Students/Individuals interested in receiving a dietary accommodation must complete the Accommodation Request Form and submit relevant documentation. Please click here to submit.

Allergen-Friendly Dining at Assumption College

Assumption College's Dining Services provides an array of healthy and tasty options for students with food allergies. Taylor Dining Hall features My Zone, an allergen-friendly area free of gluten, tree nut and peanut products are available to approved individuals with food allergies, celiac disease or other conditions affected by diet. My Zone is a secure area that is only accessible by card swipe and is equipped with dedicated appliances, toasters, and microwaves to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. 

Since fall 2016, a Simple Servings station was introduced to the College community; meals offered at the Simple Servings station are free of the Food and Drug Administration’s eight major allergens, except fish. Click here to read about Assumption's extensive efforts to provide safe and tasty dining options for students with food allergies or celic disease.

A trained chef is able upon request to prepare meals for individuals with specific allergies and other dietary sensitivities. Questions about ingredients can be answered by our trained managers. 

Disclaimer:  Separate equipment, storage areas, utensils and preparation areas minimize, but do not totally eliminate the chances of gluten and allergens in the Simple Servings foods.


Dining Services
Kathie Hanwell
General Manager Campus Dining Services


Disability Services
Sharon de Klerk
Director of Disability Services

Helpful Link for Students with Food Allergies

FARE (Food Allergy, Research & Education)

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to take the place of advice from a healthcare professional. Check with your physician before starting any diet or exercise program. In addition, while all efforts have been made to ensure the information included in this material is correct, new research is released frequently and may invalidate certain pieces of data. Aug 2013.