Texas A&M University is one of the largest universities in the country and offers a breadth of amenities that only a diverse campus community can provide. As a Texas A&M University student, you will be immediately welcomed into the Aggie family. As a student in the Department of Nutrition you’ll be immersed in a tight-knit community of faculty, staff and students.
Find Your Community
With more than 1,000 student groups, you are bound to find an organization to help you get connected. Visit Texas A&M’s Maroon Link to see a comprehensive list of current student groups. In the Department of Nutrition, we have student organizations that will help achieve your fullest potential and develop you as a professional.
Nutrition Student Organizations
Nutrition and Dietetics Association
TAMU Nutrition & Dietetic Association (NDA) at Texas A&M is for anyone interested in learning more about the nutrition field, volunteering in the community or just meeting like minded people who are interested in nutrition!
Nutrition Honors Association
The mission of the Nutrition Honors Association is to support the Nutritional Sciences Honors Program and its members through fundraising, outreach and social initiatives.
Nutritional Science Graduate Association
Promoting student interest, interaction, and networking opportunities among nutritional science graduate students through educational, social, and community outreach events, in affiliation with the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at Texas A&M University.
Professional Organizations for students in the Didactic Program in Dietetics
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is our field’s national organization, representing more than 112,000 credentialed nutrition and dietetics practitioners. The Academy aims to accelerate improvements in global health and well-being through food and nutrition.
Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Texas affiliate of the Academy is focused on helping Texans improve and manage their health. As members, students are invited and encouraged to attend and network with local dietitians at area, regional and state meetings.
Texas Student Dietetic Association
The Texas Student Dietetic Association (TSDA) is the undergraduate student branch of the Texas Academy. TSDA provides an excellent opportunity to network with fellow DPD students and serve at the state level.
Become an Ambassador for the Department of Nutrition
The Department of Nutrition is looking for students majoring in nutrition to serve as ambassadors! Apply today! Learn more!
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