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Dietary Accommodations

Dining room in Cutter-Ziskind

 

Kosher Dining

The Cutter-Ziskind dining hall serves kosher selections and offers specials during Jewish holidays.

While the Kosher Kitchen is closed on weekends, meals may be reserved for dinner on Friday; lunch and dinner on Saturday; and lunch and dinner on Sunday. Fill out the form below. Meals may also be reserved for fall break, spring break and Family Weekend. You may also submit a request via email at kosher@smith.edu or call 585-2099.

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Halal Dining

Halal dining is available for lunch, dinner and brunch during the academic year in the Cutter/Ziskind dining room. We serve Zahiba meat when the menu calls for a meat entree.

Our halal dining option adheres to the highest standards of Muslim dietary law. The halal standards of the program include purchasing halal food products from trustworthy, certified vendors, as well as strictly enforcing that no cross-contamination happens during the preparation and cooking process.

Ramadan

Smith also follows the Ramadan holiday guidelines for serving food and meals. These special foods and meals are available when the holiday falls during academic calendar year dates. For further information on halal foods, please contact the Chapel, 413-585-2750, or Dining Services, 413-585-2300.


Allergy Screening

You can use NetNutrition to help you manage food allergies while eating in Smith dining rooms. However, if you have severe allergies we encourage you to contact the management team at your dining location or send an email with any concerns to dining@smith.edu.

Register with Disability Services

Students with strong allergies must register her dietary accommodations with the Office of Disabilities Services.