But unlike many young people in college, this group is not looking for bags of snacks or T.V. dinners to stock their shelves.
Instead they are participating in what Temple calls The Supermarket Smarts Grocery Store Tour, which is run out of the office of Student Health Services.
It's designed to teach the collegiate set how to shop healthy on a limited budget.
"College students are just starting to set down the foundation for their eating as adults and so by giving them the tools of healthy eating and healthy shopping I can really set them up for healthy eating as they become professionals," said registered dietitian Nicole Patience.
From calories to fat grams to salt content, nutritionist Nicole Patience, along with personnel from the fresh grocer, walk the aisles of the store pointing out foods to eat and foods to avoid.
"If you look in the shopping carts of the younger students that are around here, you will see a very rounded shopping basket," said fresh grocer Carly Sprous.
Rachel Baxter, a law student at Temple says she is pretty hip to nutrition, but still learned a lot from the class.
"I learned to start looking at labels, and start paying attention to what i am putting into my body," Baxter said.