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Food and Nutrition Student Organization


It is the mission of the Food and Nutrition Student Organization to promote nutritional awareness within the University community, provide mentoring opportunities and peer guidance, and enhance professionalism among student members of various disciplines within the Department of Applied Health Sciences.


The organization embraces all students who have an interest in Food and Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Service Management. Our goal is to provide peer guidance within the department through various interactive activities, presentation, and fundraising events.

Freshmen and international students will be able to befriend faculty, staff members, and existing students, which will contribute to the friendly, enthusiastic, and positive atmosphere within the Department of Applied Health Sciences.

We sponsor food and nutrition outreach programs to other Indiana State University students, providing general and recent information beneficial to a student’s lifestyle. The Food and Nutrition Organization will also cooperate with other departments, disciplines, and professionals in the community in a combined effort to enhance professionalism among our members.

We hope to provide our members with the opportunity to gain an understanding about their profession and help prepare them for their future ahead.


Public Relations
Advisor - Carol Reed


Once a month in the Arena.
Dates and times vary month to month

Dues and Policies

Yearly Dues - $10.00 (includes fall and spring semester)

Dues are paid in the fall semester and are to be turned in by the second meeting (usually within the first two months of the fall semester).

Attendance - To be considered an active member, one must attend 50% of club meetings and functions.
Reimbursements - Active members are eligible to receive reimbursements for activities such as fall and spring picnics, fundraiser supplies, advertising supplies, and/or health fair items, as well as a portion of the expenses for departmental approved professional conferences.

Annual Events

Health Fairs
Mentoring Program
Public Education
Guest Speakers
Departmental Picnics
Field Trips
Professional Seminars