Texas Nutrition, the product of merging The Nutrition and Wellness Association and the Student Dietetic Association, is a student organization run by a variety of students in the interest of nutrition and health. Any major and background is welcome, although its roots do come from nutrition and dietetics. The purpose of our organization is to provide students with knowledge of opportunities and experiences in serving the community, developing relationships with other students interested in nutrition and faculty, and making contacts with other dietetic professionals.


Each meeting, speakers are invited from a different field in the nutrition and health community to talk to our members on interesting topics such as sports nutrition, local nutrition initiatives, life as a dietitian, and much more. The organization also hosts various events around campus to get students excited about nutrition, such as the Career Panel we will be hosting this Fall. Besides supplying our members with useful contacts and opportunities, we also provide members with an atmosphere to bond with other students over nutrition and life in general. 


Being an active member in Texas Nutrition requires two things:

  1. Pay membership dues
  2. Earn 10 points per semester

Membership dues are $30 for the first semester and $15 for the second semester, or you can pay $45 for both semesters. Any payment in the fall semester includes a free t-shirt. Money is due by the end of the second meeting on September 25.

How can you earn points? Each member will receive 1 point by: 

  • Coming to a meeting or any event (1 social point)
  • Playing in an Intramural game (1/2 point for attending a Texas Nutrition Intramural game)
  • Volunteering with Texas Nutrition (1 hour = 1 point)
  • Fundraising

Of your total ten points, at least three must be volunteer points and two must be social points.