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When you graduate from the Department of Nutritional Sciences, you’ll be well prepared to become a leader in nutrition working towards the goal of improving human health.

You’ll also have the opportunity to join our alumni association, connect with peers through the Nutrition and Dietetics Alumni Society (NDAS) Affiliate Program Group, and discover rewarding ways to become active in an organization that is dedicated to your success.

Penn State named No. 1 ‘powerful college network’ by College Magazine

From the day that you set foot on campus, you become a lifelong member of the Penn State family. More than 700,000 degrees have been awarded in Penn State’s storied history — from the initial 12 in 1861 to the more than 18,000 per year today — our College of Health and Human Development alumni stay connected, stay involved, and stay active in our university’s growth and success. Through a range of benefits that include mentoring, financial services, and networking opportunities, we offer experiences that pay dividends on your degree … for life.