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All IUPUI students now have access to one free 60-minute nutrition counseling appointment per semester. Sessions are conducted by registered dietitians via secure telehealth video chat.

  • Call 812-855-8230 to book your appointment.
  • Identify yourself as an IUPUI student seeking a free nutrition counseling session.
  • A link to the video chat will be sent by email after the appointment is scheduled.

Q: Who is eligible for a free nutrition counseling appointment?

A: Any currently-enrolled IUPUI student, including graduate, undergraduate, and part-time students. 


Q: Do students have the option to continue with multiple sessions if they cover the cost themselves?

A: No, IUPUI students currently have access to one 60-minute consultation per semester. Dietitians can make a referral if students are interested in continued care. 


Q: I got an email about Campus Health locations during COVID. Is my appointment in person?

A: No, ALL nutrition counseling sessions for IUPUI students are conducted remotely via video chat. 


Q: Are evening or weekend appointments available?

A: No.


Q: Should I keep track of what I eat leading up to the appointment?

A: Sure, this can be helpful but is not required for your session.


Q: I recently had blood glucose and cholesterol labs done. Can I discuss these at my appointment?

A: Sure, you can discuss lab results with the dietitian, but this is not required for your session.


Q: What other nutrition benefits do IUPUI students have access to?

A: Students with a Campus Recreation membership receive a discount on nutrition coaching services through NIFS. A complete list of student wellness benefits is located at


Q: What are some topics a registered dietitian can help with?

A: Popular reasons for meeting with a dietitian include a recent change in diet (e.g. vegan, paleo), allergy or intolerances to food, gastrointestinal issues, diabetes or prevention of diabetes, weight management, sports nutrition, high cholesterol, and more!

Health comes in every size. Eating a balanced diet and being physically active on a regular basis can help you be successful and healthy, no matter who you are or what the scale says.

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