Nutrition and Wellness Resources

Programming Requests

The Nutrition and Wellness team is available to provide free nutrition workshops and cooking demonstrations in the residence halls. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Eat This, Not That – Dining Hall Edition
  • Eating Healthy on a Budget
  • Importance of Breakfast
  • Myth Busting: The Freshman 15
  • Nutrition From A to Zzzzzz: Sleep and Weight
  • Smart Snacking
  • Stress and Weight Management
  • Think Before You Drink (Alcohol)

To request a program, please submit a UHD Nutrition Programming Request Form at least two weeks prior to your event date or directly email to discuss programming options.

Nutrition Information Infographics

Nutrition information is plentiful, but it isn’t always accurate. If you need help sharing evidence-based nutrition information around campus, contact the UHD registered dietitian for access to flyers, posters, bulletin board pieces and more.

Posters and Handouts Available Upon Request:

  • Alcohol 101
  • Caffeine
  • Eat This, Not That Dining Hall Edition
  • Food Allergies
  • Freshman 15
  • Mediterranean Diet
  • Portion Sizes
  • Sodium
  • Whole Grains

Wellness Network and Healthy Dining Committee

The Wellness Network is a campus-wide coalition committed to assessing and addressing the health and wellness needs of students, faculty and staff at The University of Texas at Austin. The Wellness Network strives to lead a movement of well-being at UT Austin and brings together advocates to collaborate to create a healthier UT for everyone. The Wellness Network is always accepting new members. Learn more about how you can get involved with the Wellness Network.

The Wellness Network’s Healthy Dining Committee seeks to enhance the campus dining culture for faculty, staff, students and campus guests through promotion of healthy food and beverage items by providing a variety of accessible and affordable options. All campus community members with an interest in nutrition, food policy or related topics are invited to participate. To learn more, visit

Social Media

Follow University Housing and Dining on social media and watch for our #UTHealthTips hashtag for helpful hints throughout the year on how to stay healthy on campus.