Food Science Club
The Purdue Food Science Club is an organization of students studying and/or interested in the discipline of food science. The purpose of the club is for students to interact with other students, professors, and professionals in the field of Food Science outside the classroom atmosphere. Students can join committees to better enhance their interests in other aspects of their major. Meetings include presentations from potential employers in the food industry and other experiences from faculty and students. Each year the Club organizes an annual symposium, and competes in the Institute of Food Technologists Student Association (IFTSA) College Bowl competition and IFTSA Product Development competition.
Food Science Graduate Student Association
The Food Science Graduate Student Association (FSGSA) represents the voice of the graduate students in the Food Science Graduate Program at Purdue University. FSGSA provides opportunities for students to discuss current issues, work with the faculty to improve the graduate program, and socialize and enjoy time together outside of research and academia.
Food Science Envoys
Food Science Envoy's are selected and act as liaisons for the Department of Food Science to industry executives, alumni, and prospective students. Envoys give tours of the Department's facilities, host guest speakers, and other activities that promote Purdue and the Department of Food Science.
Other Student Organizations
With more than 650 student organizations at Purdue, students and members of the University community enjoy infinite opportunities to build friendships and rewarding experiences through co-curricular involvement in student organizations. Getting involved at Purdue shrinks the University to... well, almost... the size of the campus model in the Purdue Memorial Union!
Purdue Student Activities & Organizations (SAO)
Where you choose to live plays an integral role in your college experience. Purdue University Residences provide an environment that will make you feel right at home and, at the same time, right in the middle of campus offer a wide variety of housing choices, dining options, and activities.
Purdue Housing and Food Services
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Division of Recreational Sports also known as the Co-Rec
The Recreational Sports Center was the first university building in the United States created solely to serve students' recreational sports needs. It also is the administrative center for all programs coordinated by the Division of Recreational Sports
Co-Rec web site
Maps are available in the publications racks in: e Hall, the Memorial Union, Purdue Airport, the Visitor Information Center, and from the Office of the Dean of Students and Purdue Marketing Communications. These include the Accessibility Guide for people with disabilities and the Self-Guided Tour map highlighting points of interest near the Memorial Union. Parking Facilities offers Parking Guide maps.
Purdue - West Lafayette Campus Map
At Purdue, your opportunities for learning, involvement, and fun extend far beyond the classroom walls. At a campus with students from all 50 states and 130 countries, you will enjoy getting to know people with many different perspectives, backgrounds, and philosophies. More than 600 student organizations present myriad ways to find friends, develop new skills, and serve others. The residence halls, which accommodate 85 percent of the first-year class, are like neighborhoods — a great place to get to know people. Big Ten sports fuel school spirit.
Get involved in the campus community, and you will quickly discover that extracurricular activities are an unforgettable part of the Purdue experience.