Acrylamide is a compound, which is formed during the chemical reaction between the reducing sugar and amino acid. Usually it is formed in food during the heat treatment, such as high temperatures and low humidity or during industrial treatment at temperatures higher than 120 °C. Acrylamide is formed especially in starch rich food. With the online survey we conducted a study to determine the eating habits of students. The purpose of the study was to determine whether eating habits of students affect the increased intake of acrylamide. 209 students participated in the survey, 164 of them were females and 45 were males. Results of the survey showed that most of the students have good eating habits. Most of them are also involved in sports or other activity. 148 of the students are non – smokers. From the results of the survey we made an assessment of the acrylamide intake with the students’ diets. According to the results, students are not at any risk for acrylamide intake. The data have showed that 70% of the students eat only three meals per day, way less than they should. Their daily intake of the fruits and vegetables is only two portions. Again, the intake is too small. It is recommended that the students increase the number of the daily meals and volume up the portions of the fruits and vegetables. The meals, prepared at home, are healthier according to the response of the 169 students. Healthy eating habits are very important for maintaining health and it is very encouraging, that students consume very small amount of fried food.