Graduate and Professional School Students: How Do You Eat Well?

It’s the beginning of September, and our office, the Graduate Student Resource Center, along with the Graduate Students Association (GSA), is planning for Graduate Student Orientation and Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity Graduate Welcome Day. These campuswide events introduce our new graduate and professional school students to the programs, services, offices, and involvement opportunities UCLA provides.

We want you to have enough information and support to make the most of your time here at UCLA, and to achieve your academic, professional, and personal goals.To that end, we want to hear from you! What’s keeping you from eating well on campus? Or, if you are eating well already, tell us how you do it!

For new graduate and professional school students: watch for the Healthy Campus Initiative table at the Graduate Student Orientation Resource Fair to learn more about wellness and healthy eating on campus. There are also tours of the John Wooden Center during the afternoon, Recreation mini-workshops, and a wellness panel. for more information.

For new and continuing graduate and professional school students: Have questions about resources and getting involved on campus? Ask our office at, see us in B-11 Student Activities Center, or find us at and @uclagsrc on twitter.

And welcome to UCLA!

Graduate and professional school students, let us know:

  • How do you eat well at UCLA? What tips do returning students have for new ones?
  • What challenges keep you from eating well on campus?
  • What would you like to learn about eating well?

~Valerie Shepard, Ph.D.
Program Manager, UCLA Graduate Student Resource Center

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