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Colorado State University
Avg. Customer Review (2.8 Palms): 3.0 Palms
Number of Reviews: 2

Review Type: College/university
1005 West Laurel Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521
Dedicated GF: No
Phone: 970-491-4714
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Not well educated,

Reviewer: from Texas - See all reviews by GF4all

0.5 Palms
0.5 Palms
Very frustrating as a first year student navigating through the gluten free options. Forced to live on campus (not a problem) but with that forced to purchase a meal plan. The dining halls were a disaster when it came to gluten free options. 95% of the time the server had no clue what gluten free was. Would offer me a pita bread thinking it was gluten free. Almost always never had gluten free pasta. Only had one option for baked goods. I spent more money eating out off campus and rarely used the meal plan. I mainly used the meal plan to feed my friends (:0 I don’t know how CSU made the top 100 on the list of gluten free options of Universities. Spoke to dining services about the situation to no avail. They have a menu that comes out weekly as to the gluten free options at each dining hall. Would chase down specific meals only to be disappointed that the option was not what was stated in the menu. They supplied a refrigerator in the dining hall with gluten free options. It looked like burritos from 7-11 and a packaged salad from the very poor salad bar. It’s no surprise most people gain the freshman 15, gluten free or not. Now, off campus there are ample options for gluten free. Almost every restaurant in the area offers gluten free options. Even pancakes and cookies (no, not the healthiest). Also, there is Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, etc where you could shop for gluten free options and store in your dorm. I purchased a refrigerator/freezer for that purpose. As nice as it was having the refrigerator, unfortunately there were times when I had no time to be shopping or making myself meals- hence, again with no option but quick unhealthy gluten free junk foods easy at hand.

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Gluten-Free Dining Options on Campus,

Reviewer: from National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, - See all reviews by GREATKitchens

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Colorado State University has been trained through the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness's GREAT Schools, Colleges, and Camps program. They have been rigorously trained via NFCA's comprehensive online training course that teaches dining services managers and staff the essentials of preparing and serving gluten free meals. The multimedia, interactive course includes 5 training modules and additional resources to ensure continued dedication to serving safe gluten-free meals. Training modules include an overview of Celiac and gluten sensitivity, gluten free ingredients and label reading, front of house training for staff, back of house training for staff, and guidelines for implementation of a strong gluten free program and menu planning. Visit NFCA's website to learn more: You may also want to visit the Nutrition page on Colorado State's site: If you have dined at this university and would like to submit a personal review of your own, we welcome your comments! Simply go to Submit Review ( ) and follow the prompts from there, selecting College/University when you're asked for the type of review on the review form.

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