Not directly-- hasn't been a good time to, since DD won't be utilizing a dining plan anyway.
They know that they can't really prep food for someone like her. At least I hope that they do, given the reality of their food prep. This is a large state flagship, btw-- so about 7.5K resident students ON-campus, and another ~20K are commuters or living off-campus. They do a HUGE volume in some pretty small prep spaces. I get that this is a serious challenge. They also have rotating menus and constantly have "new" items-- and are extremely vegan-friendly, which is a bad combo for anyone with nut allergies. EVERY dining facility on the campus has at least one nut-laced item on the menu at any one time. Most are heated, to boot-- satays,moles, curries, stir-fries, etc.
During orientation, DD had (literally) nothing to eat. Well, except what I packed for her. There was also little flexibility in being able to go off on her own-- so she wound up ditching part of the afternoon session the first day so that she could buy herself a couple of bags of Doritos from a food vendor and a vending machine. I also grabbed her an orange, but she had to wash it in a restroom sink.
Now, the dorms do have kitchen facilities, but they are shared, and only the larger residence halls have them.
My impression is that they have some reasonable measures in place to help students who have high thresholds. There are pretty good software sorting algorithms (well, obviously only as good as the person entering INGEREDIENTS, but anyway...) that can help narrow things down.
But they are really new to this with students like DD. Disability services was very surprised when we reported the issue with dining services-- and the issue that we had with the honors college, where the advising "waiting room" was loaded with peanuts and tree nuts to such an extent that DD had a horrible asthma flare just popping her head in the doorway.
We will definitely be talking with them again before the fall orientation/intake. They HAVE to give us more detail about scheduling ahead of time so that we can figure out work-arounds.