Have a question about food or nutrition? Click on the link below to ask Laura Marinaro, the University Dietitian, your question.
Ask Our Dietitian
This service is available to Salisbury University students, faculty and staff ONLY.
Looking for nutrition information on your favorite dishes? Choose any of the links below. NOTE: Nutrition Info. subject to change without notice. (All files are .pdf files)
University Dining Services is happy to accommodate individuals requiring a gluten free diet or allergy informaton.
Please contact the Campus Dietitian, Laura Marinaro, MS, RD, ATC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-548-3529
Gold 'n' Crispy
Wok 'n' Roll
Pete's Za Pie
Desserts & Ice Cream
Condiments & Fruit
The Gull's Nest & ECZ
Have questions about nutrition? Do you want to lose or gain weight? Do you need information about a modified diet for diabetes, cholesterol or food allergies? Nutrition counseling services are available to all SU students and employees. There is no charge for these services and all counseling is confidential.
Laura Marinaro graduated from Salisbury University in 2005 with a degree in Athletic Training. She went on to the University of Akron (OH) and earned her MS in Nutrition & Dietetics in 2008. She is a Registered Dietitian, Athletic Trainer, and NSCA-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Her interests include sports nutrition and wellness.
Registered Dietitians (RD) are food and nutrition experts who can translate the science of nutrition into practical solutions. Laura is here to eliminate the confusion that often surrounds eating healthy. She can help you tailor your diet to meet your goals through a personalized, collaborative approach. You will not receive a strict meal plan or unrealistic advice but will be guided to develop individualized strategies for making healthy choices that will lead to improved wellness.
Individual consultations to students and employees for a variety of issues including:
Healthy meal planning
Nutrition for exercise and athletic performance
Weight management (gain, loss, or maintenance)
Vegetarian or vegan nutrition
Food allergies and intolerances (including gluten-free nutrition)
Eating disorders and disordered eating practices
Other medical conditions (gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes, etc.)
Just e-mail the University Dietitian, Laura Marinaro, MS, RD, ATC at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Bon Coeur ("The Good Heart") dining program is designed to make healthy, lower fat eating easier and more fun. Food items which meet our requirements for fat and cholesterol are identified with a Bon Coeur logo. Bon Coeur takes a realistic approach to healthy eating with most dishes providing 35% or less of total calories from fat.
The Bistro is home to the Bon Coeur dining program. Here you will find heart healthy, low fat cooking with a gourmet touch. Check the Cafe Express for the Bon Coeur selections (they're the ones marked with a heart).
Bon Coeur is and always will be a work in progress. We will be trying new foods and adding new items to the menu. If you have a Bon Coeur type of recipe that you would like to share with us or if you have questions concerning Bon Coeur dining at SU, please call the University Dietitian, Laura Marinaro, MS, RD, ATC at 410-548-3529.
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The vegan/vegetarian population at SU is growing. In response to this growth, UDS is increasing the dining options available to the vegans and vegetarians we serve. Let's take a tour of the Commons Marketplace from a vegan/vegetarian perspective.
The home to healthy eating, Plato's Plate features vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free recipes.
Includes options like vegan chili and refried beans.
Includes among its daily menu items a vegan marinara sauce.
Wok 'n' Roll
A very popular kiosk with vegetarian students. Here you can have a stir-fry cooked to order while you wait. Wok 'n' Roll offers a wide selection of fresh vegetables along with tofu as a protein source.
Looking for a burger? (Vegetarian of course!) Head over to S.S. Grillers where Vegan Boca Burgers, Garden Burgers & Smart Dogs are cooked to order.
The Bistro is home to Bon Coeur dining which makes healthy, lower fat eating easier and more fun. Bon Coeur, while not a vegetarian program, places a special emphasis on lower fat protein sources like beans and tofu. Vegan dishes like Red Beans & Rice, Penne with Hot & Spicy Tofu and Tofu Spinach Lasagna are features of the Bon Coeur menu.
Also Look For...
Fresh fruit at the fruit stand and crisp veggies at the salad bar. Thirsty? Soy milk is always available in The Marketplace along with fruit juice.
We try to make it as easy as possible for our vegan and vegetarian students to plan healthy meals. The monthly UDS Cafe Express includes the month's menus with all vegan and vegetarian items identified.
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