Alexa Schmidt, RD, CSSD is a registered dietitian with Sodexo Campus Services at Binghamton University.
Alexa works to enhance the health and well-being of students, faculty, and staff on campus. Alexa provides nutrition consultations, guest lectures, nutrition programs, education materials, special diets (i.e., celiac disease, food allergies), and more. Alexa is a member of BU’s Eating Awareness Committee and serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Health and Wellness Studies Department where she teaches online nutrition courses.
Nutrition consultations are available to students, faculty, and staff free of charge. The sessions are designed to help people obtain peak mental and physical performance through attention to their nutrition. Topics typically discussed during individual sessions are: basic nutrition guidelines, eating healthy on and off campus, weight management, nutritional supplements, eating on the run, pre-and post workout foods, guidelines for vegetarians, general health and wellness, food allergies, and more.
If you have a nutrition question or want to schedule an appointment, or wish to request a program or lecture do not hesitate to contact Alexa!
Office: Room 21 in the West Gym.
Office Phone: (607) 777-2716
Special Dietary Needs
W e can accommodate special dietary needs (i.e., gluten free, nut free, dairy free) at any resident dining hall.
Please contact Alexa to set up a meeting and/or learn more about this service.
The Eating Awareness Committee (EAC) is a University-wide group that helps students maintain healthful and balanced eating habits so they can sustain their academic and personal development throughout their college years and beyond. We do this by offering several educational programs throughout the academic year, as well as providing students and staff with consultations and referrals to treatment services on and off campus. Additionally, we continually assess the need for and availability of services for the prevention and treatment of eating disorders among Binghamton University students.
The Eating Awareness Student Subcommittee (EASS) helps increase campus and community awareness of the importance of nutrition, fitness and positive body image. Students interested in joining this group should email email@example.com to be added to the group’s list serve.
You can also join the group on Facebook (Eating Awareness Student Subcommittee).
For more information and to review a list of resources provided by the EAC/EASS click here.
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