Campus Wellness offers students, faculty and staff one-on-one nutrition counseling for all nutrition-related needs including weight management, eating disorders, medical conditions and sports nutrition. All nutrition sessions are conducted by registered dietitians and are individually tailored to meet your specific needs and goals. Typically, nutrition counseling is not a one-time approach; it may take several sessions for you to learn and reach your goals. All sessions focus on making life-long lifestyle changes, rather than short-term “diets.”
Your initial session will last up to 60 minutes. We ask that you bring a completed food record form with you to your first appointment. Your food record will help us analyze your diet and determine your current intake versus your needs. Together, you and the dietitian will determine appropriate goals for you to work on until your next follow-up session. Follow-up sessions will last up to 30 minutes and are scheduled depending on a frequency decided upon by you and the dietitian.
One-one-one consultations are available to students, faculty and staff. Full-time students are free; part-time students, faculty and staff may be seen for a fee. Check with the Thomson Student Health Center business office for current fees at (803) 777-3174.
Appointments are scheduled from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Initial appointments are one hour and follow-ups are one half hour. On your first visit, please bring a completed food record form with you. Schedule appointments online at MyHealthSpace at www.sc.edu/myhealthspace, or call 803-777-3175.
One-one-one consultations are available to students, faculty and staff. Full-time students are free; part-time students, faculty and staff may be seen for a fee. Check with the Thomson Student Health Center business office for current fees at 803-777-3174.
Registered dietitians are located on the third floor of Thomson Student Health Center behind the Russell House.