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Purdue Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Nutrition

9 Reviews

Locations:   Indianapolis (IN) 

Annual Tuition: $14,436

33% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
78% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Nutrition

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Nutrition

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Reviewed: 7/8/2023

Degree: Nutrition

The whole process from applying, to signing up for classes, to taking classes, has been such a great and easy process. Some classes were more challenging than others have been, but that was to be expected since the class was anatomy and physiology 1. I have enjoyed my time at Purdue global, and I will truly miss being in the classes that I have been part of.

Stacy Wood

Reviewed: 4/21/2023

Degree: Nutrition

Purdue Global has been an amazing experience. I was able to balance life work and school and earn my Bachelor's degree with ease. The support of the professors and staff were comforting and always there to answer questions. I highly recommend attending for your education needs.

Stacey Propst

Reviewed: 5/31/2022

Degree: Nutrition

After much research I made the decision to apply at Purdue University Global for my personal needs. The degree in nutrition I was looking for plus the total online environment so that I could make it work around my busy life (family, kids, work). I loved the student services, library, writing center, tutoring, etc, all of that was more than I had hoped for. I personally had a great advisor, with fantastic communication level and always working to help me get through in the most cost effective way.... Read More

Rolando Saucedo

Reviewed: 11/11/2021

Degree: Nutrition

After not being in a classroom after almost thirty years I was a little apprehensive about returning. I was pleasantly surprised how great the instructors were. The materials being online also made things much easier. I did enjoy using the bookshelf app for the course books. My last few classes used a different service to deliver online materials and a lot of those PDF's are not text but pictures. I am one that has to read and listen to my material. This was not possible as some of the materials... Read More


Reviewed: 10/1/2021

Degree: Nutrition

The school of Heath sciences has been very healthful and informative. I have learned so much, and very excited to practice in this field. I also look to increase my educational level with Purdue University Global. The break down of the curriculum is very helpful.

Tia Joseph

Reviewed: 5/29/2021

Degree: Nutrition

From enrollment to my final term, PUG has been so helpful every step of the way. My advisors were so informative, my professors were always accessible, and the course work was challenging and enlightening. As a 40 year-old returning student, I was nervous. As I receive my Bachelors this June, my advisor played a pivotal role in my decision to pursue my Masters. I looked no further than Purdue University Global to continue my education!

Active duty MIL

Reviewed: 5/23/2019

Degree: Nutrition

So Fair warning for active duty Military, avoid this school at all cost. They don't work well with active duty especially if your deploying. There policy once a grade is given it stands. Your teacher will not read your material but, use an application for checking for Plagerism. If it scores to high they will give you a zero and that grade will not change. Mind you the application they use to check plagerism can't differentiate from lets say a template they send you to fill out a lab or a template... Read More

Nick Newcomb

Reviewed: 3/20/2019

Degree: Nutrition

Poor planning and communication. We were paying cash months for classes, and dropped from my next courseload due to not filling out financial aid documents. My account had a $0 balance, and still dropped from classes. They still wanted us to sign up for financial aid. It seems they are in business to get student loan debt via financial aid and hope to make extra income on late fees and interest, and not interested in catering to students who pay bills upon receipt in full.

Unhappy Student

Reviewed: 9/24/2018

Degree: Nutrition

This school is awful! I was required to submit a verification form and then was told it wasn't accepted, so I redid it and submitted it again and they again didn't accept it. It took several times of contacting them to figure out why they wouldn't accept it. Finally, when the amount of the balance due on my account came it was far past the add/drop date without having to pay and it was significantly higher than what I was told it would be. I then saw that my pell would only cover a tiny, tiny portion... Read More


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