Framingham State University
Sat May 25, 2019 on Facebook
Health and Wellness major Jennifer Frechette didn’t initially set out to study nutrition, but after completing a year of schooling for Baking and Pastry Arts she decided it was time to change course. “The program at FSU offers a variety of majors that allow you to choose a path that best suits your interests and career goals,” she said.

For Jennifer, that means pursuing a career in school food service upon graduation. “Thanks to helpful advisors, plentiful resources, and well-structured courses, I am confident my time at FSU has provided me with the knowledge and guidance necessary to prepare me for life after graduation.”

It was one of these courses, The Experimental Study of Food, that was a highlight for Jennifer during her time at FSU. “Having a culinary background aside from baking and pastry, it was a class I had been looking forward to from the beginning,” she said. “Years later, it lived up to my expectations – engaging, interesting, and filled with great information that can be applied to cooking on a daily basis. It also included a trip to Natick Labs [the U.S. Army Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, an element of the U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM), located in Natick, MA], which was a really great experience!”

Congratulations Jennifer! #FramStateGrad19