Schedule an Appointment
Before Your Appointment
Complete and bring a Food Record Form [PDF].
NOTE: Appointments open up hourly. If schedule is full, please check back in an hour.
What to Expect
Initial nutrition appointments may involve gathering a health history, reviewing the food record form, discussing medical nutrition interventions or education, and behavior change guidance. Follow up appointments may also be offered to monitor progress.
If you've been referred by a doctor or have a known medical condition, you should make an appointment for one-on-one nutrition services.
Nutrition consultations are free of charge for students. Faculty and staff can schedule a consultation for a fee. Call 803-777-8283 for fee specifics.
Healthy Eating Group Appointment
Unless you've been referred by a doctor or have a known medical condition, we'll start your nutrition education and consultation with a Healthy Eating Group appointment. An hour-long group appointment, students will meet with a registered dietitian to learn how to choose balanced meals and snacks on and off campus. By the end of the group appointment, students will increase their basic nutrition knowledge, know tips for eating on a budget and understand cues for eating.
Register for a class on MyHealthSpace under Groups/Workshops.
Register via MyHealthSpace under Groups/Workshops. The Healthy Eating Group Appointment dates available in the Spring Semester are in the Center for Health and Well-Being room 114 and as follows:
Monday 2/3/2020 3-4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 2/18/2020 3-4:30 p.m.
Monday 3/2/2020 3-4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 3/16/2020 3-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 4/1/2020 3-4:00 p.m.
Wednesday 4/15/2020 3-4:30 p.m.
Monday 4/27/2020 3-4:00 p.m.
People with disordered eating, or eating disorders, can come in any shape or size.
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We have a team of health care providers here to help if you're struggling with your eating habits or your relationship with food. For more information, call Counseling & Psychiatry at 803-777-5223.
Meal time can be very stressful for a person with a poor relationship with food. Providing
meal support as part of treatment has been shown to improve disordered eating outcomes.
The Meal Support Group surrounds students with Registered Dietitians and Mental Health
professionals to provide emotional support during meal times. This group is focused
specifically on helping students appropriately follow their meal plans and decrease
behaviors that sabotage eating and recovery. Facilitators of this group will eat snacks
alongside students to encourage appropriate food intake and provide post meal support.
Through this group, students will be empowered to complete meals and snacks without
engaging in inappropriate compensatory behaviors.
If you are interested in learning more about this group please call the HCI front desk at 803-777-8283.