Downloadable Resources, Guides and Webinars
Beyond Celiac has the resources you need to have a happy and healthy gluten-free school year.
Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been on the gluten-free diet for years, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Toolkits, Downloads & Articles
The Gluten-Free in College Student Toolkit
Beyond Celiac has packed all the information you need about living gluten-free in college in one convenient toolkit.
Download: Gluten-Free in College Student Toolkit
The Gluten-Free Guide to College
This handy PDF filled with student narratives and professional guidance aimed at helping college-bound students with celiac disease navigate the gluten-free diet, are the result of the study entitled Celiac Disease: Educational Tools for Young Adults. Conducted as the capstone to Rebecca Panzer, Ma, RD, LD’s master’s degree in Health Communication from Emerson College in Boston, MA, it was completed in educational collaboration with the Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Download: The Gluten-Free Guide to College
Gluten-Free Dorm Hacks & Tips
The College To-Do List
Allergic Livingmagazine helps you cover the bases with their College To-Do List. This is a great resource for those who feel like they don’t know where to start their college endeavor.
Webinar Archive: Live Q&A with Gluten-Free Students and Grads
This live panel discussion featured students with celiac disease with different experiences on their gluten-free college journey. Together, they discussed their gluten-free experiences and opinions on topics driven by the viewers. Attendees benefited from access to key resources and learned about common concerns faced by the college population.
Free webinar: Live Q&A with Gluten-Free Students and Grads
Webinar Archive: GREAT U Special: Navigating the Gluten-Free Social Scene at College
This webinar identified how gluten-free college students can overcome any obstacle while away from home. This open discussion provided attendees with tips on how to stay gluten-free in the dining hall, dating do’s and don’ts, preparing the “Celiac disease is…” elevator speech and more. This lively presentation featured panelists Rebecca Panzer, MA, RD, LDN and Sam Master, a third-year medical student living with celiac disease.
GlutenFreeTravelSite hosts an important initiative to get colleges around the country reviewed for their degree of “gluten-free friendliness.” They encourage all gluten-free college students to take a few minutes to submit a dining review of their college to help prospective students who are gluten-free. It’s their goal to get all colleges and universities reviewed so students beginning the college search process will receive valuable first-hand feedback from other gluten-free students already in attendance.