Beyond the Classroom

Learning Communities

Why should first-year students participate in a learning community? Research shows students that take part in a learning community at Purdue and at programs accross the U.S. earn higher grades, make friends faster, and graduate at higher and faster rates than students who don't participate. Learn more about learning community opportunities...

Student Organizations

There are several student organizations for Nutrition Science majors that provide opportunities for the enhancement of academic, cultural, and social aspects of student life.

Study Abroad

Why should you study abroad? Here are just a few reasons: travel the world and broaden your horizons; develop valuable personal and professional skills; develop an international personal and professional network; learn a new language and culture; be competitive in the global job market. Learn more about Nutrition Science study abroad opportunities...

Internships

When you think about a college education, classroom learning is probably what comes first to mind. But a student's education is increasingly about learning experiences that take place outside the classroom. Summer internships or work experiences can provide real-world perspective and opportunities to apply what you have learned in the classroom.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Conducting research as an undergraduate is a unique opportunity to be part of Purdue's world-renowned research and offers an important advantage to those planning to pursue a graduate or professional degree. Undergraduate research also provides a practical way to explore a career in nutrition research.

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