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Create a health-promoting food environment at USC


  1. Improve access and knowledge of food and nutrition to meet nutrient needs, promote health, and help prevent chronic disease through educational and experiential learning on and off campus
  2. Increase and promote balanced food and beverage options at USC


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USC EatWell Cookbook

USC Healthy Campus is preparing a USC EatWell Cookbook for faculty and staff and wants to hear from you – please submit your recipe(s) here. Each recipe contribution will be entered into a raffle for the chance to win prizes.

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EatWell Cooking Videos and Recipes

Check out the recipe library with options for easy and nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and desserts designed for busy professionals.

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EatWell Meals

Brought to you by the USC Healthy Campus EatWell subcommittee, EatWell meals fit within a set of nutritional guidelines developed by the USC Hospitality Registered Dietitian. Look for the EatWell logo on campus dining menus, ordering kiosks, and the campus dining app to try the healthy and delicious meals for yourself!

To learn more about EatWell meals, visit the USC Hospitality website.


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EatWell Bites

The monthly “EatWell Bites” webinars continue through the year. Join the bite-sized sessions from July to November 2024 for practical tips, hands-on demonstrations, and resources to help you make more balanced food and lifestyle choices.


Campus Resources- UPC and HSC

Nutrition Education and Training

External Resources


Cary Kreutzer

Cary Kreutzer
Instructional Professor of Clinical Gerontology and Pediatrics,
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology & Keck School of Medicine

Lindsey Pine

Lindsey Pine
Dining Dietitian,
USC Hospitality


Have questions or want to get involved? Reach out to us through our Contact Us page or email