Meet The Dietitian 

Andrea Hersh

Andrea, our campus dietitian, is a licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). Andrea works with the dining team to ensure there are healthy choices for all students, including those on special diets (V, GF, allergies, etc). She specializes in a variety of nutrition-related areas and is here to answer all of your questions! Andrea is passionate about nutrition because she truly believes that good health is the foundation of happiness. When working with students, Andrea provides a safe space to discuss wellness goals and encourages students to strive for progress, not perfection. All students attending the University of the Sciences are welcomed to meet with Andrea for nutrition consultations. The RDN can work with you to provide guidance on healthy eating, athletic performance, vegetarian/vegan diets, food allergies and intolerances, weight loss, and any other nutritional topics. 

To learn more about healthier options on campus or to schedule an appointment with the RDN, email Andrea at or call 215-596-7447. Follow her on Instagram: @campusrd_andrea

Cooking with Campus Dietitian Recipes

White Bean & Tomato Soup VideoWhite Bean & Tomato Soup Recipe

Veggie Cream Cheese VideoVeggie Cream Cheese Recipe

Aquafaba as Egg Replacement Video | Aquafaba as egg replacement recipe 

Chickpea Patties Video | Chickpea Patties Recipe

Upcoming Campus Visits

Thursday, February 17, 2022 - Walton Dining Commons

Monday, March 7, 2022 - Walton Dining Commons

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 - Walton Dining Commons

Menu Allergens

Our menu system provides ingredient statements specifically highlighting the big eight allergens: milk, eggs, shellfish, fish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, & soy. Guests may check on the presence of allergens prior to planning their meals using the online menu, Bite app, and nutrition calculator. The absence of an allergen listed on posted or electronic product signage is not a guarantee that the product is free of that allergen. The guest is responsible for communicating their allergy to a supervisor or manager to ensure safety.