Ask a Registered Dietitian

Our dietitians are ready to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Below you can find frequently asked questions! If you have additional questions that are not answered here email us at

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an appointment?  

To make an appointment, email Meet with one of our dietitians for $5 via Teams.  Each initial visit includes a one-hour appointment, an analysis of your current eating pattern, and an action plan.

Where are the Registered Dietitians located on campus? 

They are located in Health Initiatives on the 2nd floor of Stamps Health Services building. 

I have tried to lose weight using various diet methods, why isn't it working? 

Research shows us that weight loss programs are not effective at improving health and often cause harm. Read more here.

I'm concerned I may have an eating disorder, where can I go to get help?

Our multidisciplinary Eating Disorder Treatment Team is made up of representatives from Primary Care, Psychiatry, Women’s Health, Nutrition, and the GT Counseling Center. We identify students with symptoms of an eating disorder, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia, binge eating, and other disordered eating patterns, and create individualized treatment plans. The treatment plan typically consists of nutrition assessments, as well as medical and psychiatric evaluations and treatment. To address your concerns, email to make an appointment with a dietitian.

How can I find more information about my options for eating on campus?

You can check out Tech Dining's website.

Where can I find vegan/vegetarian-friendly options on campus?

Vegan options are denoted on online menus and at the point of selection. Check out Tech Dining's website for more information.

How can I manage my food allergy on campus? 

Students with food allergies have options to choose from when eating on campus. For more information, go to Tech Dining and FARE

I'm experiencing financial difficulties, are there any nutrition resources available to support me on campus?    

Klemis Kitchen serves as a food pantry for Georgia Tech students with dietary needs and financial concerns that limit their access to proper nourishment. As of February 2016, the functioning and volunteer organization of Klemis Kitchen has been absorbed by Campus Kitchen.

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Main contact: Steve Fazenbaker,