Nutrition Counseling/Coaching available at MSU Student Health Service

As part of your student health fees, a registered dietitian is available to MSU students, free of charge, if you are eligible to use Student Health Services. The dietitian/nutritionist is available to help students in their efforts to make healthy lifestyle choices and seek whole health. We work together for student empowerment and to facilitate healthy outcomes. Typically, an initial visit will last 45-60 minutes to create student-developed goals and follow ups are variable, depending on need. 
Some areas of interest may be:

  • Nutrition Education
    • For fitness, health promotion, weight management
    • For groups of interested students- Q&A or topic specific (sports teams, fraternity/sorority houses, friends, health buddies)
    • Nuts & Bolts of healthy eating
    • Basic nutrition: label reading, portion sizing, nutrition facts vs. fiction
  • Healthy food choices
    • In the dorms
    • Off campus
    • At restaurants
    • From the grocery store
    • In the dining halls
  • Dealing with nutrition related medical issues
    • Food allergies
    • Chronic diseases: diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol
    • Eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, orthorexia nervosa, binge eating disorders
  • Individualized assessment/evaluation of how to move toward healthy food choices for a lifetime

Hours and Location:

During Semester: 
Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

During Winter Break and Summer: 
Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon 

Please contact the Nutrition Office if interested: 
Julie M. Goyette, MS, RD, LN
994-4380 or 994-4381

210D Swingle Building
Student Health, 2nd floor
MSU Bozeman Campus