Center for Nutrition and Activity Promotion
The Center for Nutrition and Activity Promotion (CNAP) was created in June 2006 to organize and promote various nutrition and health-related programs that service high-risk populations in northern California. The purpose of the Center for Nutrition and Activity Promotion (CNAP) is to serve the nutrition, fitness, and health education needs of the CSUC service region residents and to promote substantial contact with service region communities. The Center will promote collaborative multi-disciplinary research among CSUC faculty and provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate student pre-professional practice, service learning, and research. There are many programs under CNAP to find out more and see program overview click here.