Ruth Sullivan

Meet the RD

Ruth Sullivan, MSEd, RDN, CDN

My name is Ruth Sullivan. I am the Registered Dietitian for the SU Food Services Department. I work on issues regarding menu choices at the dining centers and elsewhere on campus. I also help with employee training on related nutritional issues and assist on nutrition and wellness initiatives throughout campus.

How can you get in touch with me?

For questions regarding special dietary needs such as food allergies, vegetarian and vegan issues or general nutrition questions pertaining to your meal plan, please don’t hesitate to call me at (315) 443-9884. You can also send me an email to the address above or to

Where can you find me?

My office is located off the north campus at 201 Ainsley Drive. However, I’m often on campus. If you see me around campus, please don’t hesitate to come over to talk to me.

Syracuse University Health Services employs a half-time Registered Dietitian who conducts confidential nutrition counseling related to clinical nutrition issues and eating disorders. Counseling with the dietitian is available at Syracuse University Health Services by appointment. Nutrition counseling is available to SU students who have paid their Health Service fee. If you would like to make an appointment for a confidential counseling session, please call Health Services at (315) 443-9005.

Food Allergy Disclaimer

Syracuse University Food Services treats food allergies and celiac disease seriously. Food Services employees work one-on-one with students with food allergies and celiac disease to avoid cross-contact and allergic reactions.

Please be advised that our menu items may contain gluten and the Big 8 allergens (Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Wheat, Soy, Peanuts, and Tree nuts) or have come in contact with items containing gluten or the Big 8 allergens. In addition, food manufacturers may change their formulation or manner of processing without our knowledge.

Syracuse University Food Services will assume no liability for any adverse reactions that may occur in the dining facilities.