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Advising & Enrollment
This section of our website will help you navigate the academic process for Nutritional Science majors and will link you to general OSU and Human Sciences resources. Please note that that our courses are primarily offered on-campus in Stillwater.
Visit this page to navigate to:
Degree Requirement Sheets, Plans of Study, and Fact Sheets
Direct Link to Degree Sheets on Registrar's Website
TCC 2+2 Articulation Agreements - for information about completing 1000 and 2000 level courses at TCC before transferring to Stillwater.
Minor in Nutrition forms
NSCI Course Descriptions - see the section on the University Catalog
Comparison of the courses in the NSCI options
OSU Office of Admissions
Patricia Kain Knaub Center for Student Success - the home of your first NSCI academic adviser. The Center's staff has excellent procedures for getting you started at OSU, advising, and career services. The Center is located at 101 HSCI.
ALHT, CONU, and HNPS – Laura Price firstname.lastname@example.org
DIET – Kristen Queen email@example.com
Course Descriptions – for all OSU courses
Instructions for self-registration in D2L Communities: Log into D2L and find “Self-Registration”
at the top of the screen. Scroll through the list and find the name of the community.
Click on the name of the community in blue and then click the appropriate commands
on the next three screens until you are self-registered. Once you are self-registered,
the Community will appear on your home page. Joining a community is not the same
enrolling in a class. That needs to be done through SIS. Communities are free resources.
OSU Library – NSCI Specialist
CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS AND HONOR SOCIETIES
Nutritional Sciences Club - NSCI Club is for all undergraduates in Nutritional Sciences who want to develop professional and social competencies and establish networks, while providing services to the department, community, and campus. Any student with an interest in nutrition, foods, and health is welcome to join. The club meets on the first Thursday of the month during the school year at 5 p.m. Monthly fliers publicize the speaker and the place. Dr. Gena Wollenberg is the Club Advisor.
Graduation Resources from the Office of the Registrar