Living with Food Allergies
Food allergies are a critical issue for colleges and universities. Learn about best practices and resources for getting started.
Is Your Campus Allergy Friendly?
If students and parents aren't already asking this important question, expect them to start. Availability of allergy-friendly living and dining options has become an important college deciding factor.
Join FARE College Food Allergy Search. It's simple and free.
- Create a free account.
- Complete your school’s profile.
- Connect with prospective students today.
Pro tip: Gather information from other departments to complete your profile. Our setup questionnaire covers campus dining, housing, disability services, and emergency response policies.Register your school today!
FARE College Food Service Summit
Join us for this annual event to bring together best-in-class higher education institutions to learn, discuss and share the latest in food allergy accommodations.More Info
FARECheck Instructor Training (FIT)
FIT is designed for food service individuals working in educational settings from pre-K through college. Those who successfully complete FIT will become FARE-recognized instructors and eligible to deliver FARE developed training to their food service staff.
U.S. Department of Justice Agreement with Lesley University
This landmark case set important precedent for the rights of students with food allergies and celiac disease in a higher education setting.
U.S. Department of Justice Agreement with Rider University
This case sets precedents for the rights of students with food allergies and celiac disease in a higher education setting.
FARE College Food Allergy Program Impact
Since the launch of its college program, FARE has made an impact on hundreds of colleges and universities around the country.
"One of the reasons I chose the University of Arizona was because of their participation in the FARE Food Allergy College Program. Awareness was so prevalent on campus, which made me feel safe enough to focus on my studies – not whether I would be able to eat that day. It truly made me feel like I belonged to the Wildcat community like nothing else." Anna Masciola, University of Arizona graduate.