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Student Disability Resource Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Meal Plan Modification and Accommodations FAQs can help ease the understanding of our process and answer many questions that you may have.  


Submit documentation that states the documented medical diagnosis as well as a list of foods you are unable to consume. This allows our dietitians and chefs to go through and see what appropriate modifications can be made. 

You will follow same process, but your orientation will take place with dining staff from your house corporation. On the meal plan application , you will have the option to select "Greek Meal Plan".  

No, the meal plan modification or accommodation process is for students with a documented medical diagnosis. If your request is not based on a medical diagnosis, we suggest reviewing Carolina Food Co. website to review the variety of food options on our campus or connecting with the Registered Dietitian to discuss your diet choices. 

You may directly reach out to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life contact, Alysha Croswell at if you are in Fraternity/ Sorority Life, or the Carolina Card office at for the University Dining Plan.

You do not need to complete the Meal Plan application. 

The university does not grant accommodations solely on the recommendations of care providers, but on the documented functional limits posed by the student's condition.

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