Health and Wellness

Student health and wellness is an important priority across all of Brock’s dining services locations. The on-site Executive Chef and Registered Dietitian work with students to accommodate dietary restrictions and food allergies, ensuring everyone feels comfortable navigating the dining locations on campus. Students also receive access to confidential nutrition therapy across all areas of food, nutrition, and health, as well as the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback with the culinary team in order to make the most of their Brock dining experience.

We strive to offer a variety of delicious and balanced meals that cater to different dietary needs and preferences. Whether you’re looking for vegetarian, vegan, no gluten, or halal options, we have something for everyone. Explore this page to find more information on how to safely navigate our dining halls and how to contact our team for further support.

Meet Rebecca Delduco

Rebecca Delduco is the on-campus Registered Dietitian at Brock University Dining Services and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master’s Degree in Applied Nutrition. She is your on-site advocate for nutrition, as it relates to both physical and mental wellbeing, and encourages a balanced approach to eating. Whether you have questions about healthy eating on campus, how to navigate a nutrition-related diagnosis, or want to learn how to best fuel your body for your studies and busy student schedule, she is there for support. Her office is in room 213 of the DeCew Residence, right beside the entrance to DeCew Fresh Food Company.

Rebecca Delduco, RD
Registered Dietitian

Meet Nicholas Paulino

Executive Chef Nicholas Paulino has more than 20 years of industry experience and holds both the Provincial and Interprovincial Culinary Red Seal Certification. He is passionate about food and believes strongly in creating opportunities to personalize the dining experience on campus to every meal plan member. He is also committed to supporting local food providers, and sources unique local options whenever possible. As well as developing the culinary program and creating memorable events across campus, he also supports students with cooking skills, grocery shopping and budgeting. Executive Chef Nicholas loves talking about food with students and his office can be found in 214 of the DeCew Residence.

Nicholas Paulino
Executive Chef