Many students have special dietary needs and preferences; we are here to help you navigate your options within our dining facilities. From nutritional resources and education to our allergen-friendly stations, our goal is to provide you with meals that are safe and healthy by working together to ensure access to our dining facilities for all students.

Whether it’s advice on healthy eating in the dining facilities or concerns related to food allergies, our staff are here to support you. 


If you have documented food allergies, complete the Food Allergen Intake form and return to the Office of Non-discrimination Initiatives.

If you would like us to be able to speak to a family member or care provider regarding any needs or concerns related to your food allergy, please complete this Student Information Release Authorization form and return it to the Office of Non-discrimination Initiatives.

If you are seeking an accommodation relating to dining or catering services, including any accommodations related to your Springfield College meal plan, you can initiate that process by completing the Student Intake Form for Access and Accommodation requests online or by making an appointment with the Director of Non-discrimination Initiatives.

Student Intake Form

Director of Non-discrimination Initiatives: Mary F. Simeoli, Esq. 


Phone: (413) 748-3248

Office: Flynn Campus Union, room 228

Meal Plan Accommodation

Have questions about navigating your preferred diet, a medical diet, or religious restrictions while at school? Our staff is here to help support you in finding the best meals, stations, and services to support your lifestyle. 

Learn more about the support available through Springfield College Dining Services by contacting us: 

Operations Manager: Mark Marson


Phone: (413) 748-3806

Learn more about our hours, daily menus, and resources here.