FSHN has over 400 undergraduate and 90 graduate students.
More than $60,000 in scholarship are available in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.
In addition to their advisors, FSHN graduate students are mentored by accomplished professionals in industry, academia and government.
Our hospitality management program ranks as one of the top in the world.
Several FSHN research laboratories offer opportunities for undergraduate research.
Our dietetic alumni exceed national averages passing the RD exam.
Our food science program ranks in the nation's top five.
Each FSHN major has an associated student organization.
FSHN 2016-2020 Strategic Plan