Nutrition and Food Science Association
NFSA's Outstanding members during the Fall Semester of 2014.
The Nutrition and Food Science Association (NFSA) of California State University, Chico prepares students to become advocates of the nutrition profession through opportunities to practice leadership and serve the public by providing optimal nutrition, health, and well-being information. NFSA aims to accomplish this mission through participation in university special events, coordinated learning opportunities with other university departments and clubs, and through active service in the community as a whole.
Why join NFSA?
NFSA club membership is open to any student interested in nutrition, food science, fitness, or other related health issues. Nursing students, exercise physiology majors, education majors, and many others find their NFSA experience complements their educational goals and helps them build a more well rounded resume. Networking with other like-minded students provides great opportunities to explore different career and educational interests. And, besides - it's FUN!
Interested in becoming a member? Come to any of the general meetings on Monday nights @ 5:30 p.m. or contact an officer here for more information.
What does NFSA do?
NFSA activities include participation in university and community health fairs, tours of local businesses, bringing in guest speakers, and other nutrition education presentations. Members finalize our activity calendar early in the academic year.
Got ideas? We love hearing new ideas that could improve NFSA's outreach in the community and on campus. Contact any officer or come to any general meeting.