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Clubs & Organizations

There are a number of on-campus organizations (clubs) that you can join to enhance your science learning and out-reach. The various organizations have events scheduled throughout the school year. There are also a number of organizations listed below that you may be interested in even though they are not currently represented at UNC.

Biology student organizations at UNC

Tribeta: Beta Beta Beta, Phi Omicron Chapter (tribeta@unco.edu).  Established in 2004, Phi Omicron is part of the TriBeta National Biology Honors Society. Membership requires a GPA of 3.0 or higher and completion of first semester biology course work. 
PreHealth Professions Club: The mission of this club is to help prepare and educate students about opportunities and careers in all health related professions.  For more information, please visit the Prehealth Professions Club.
Biology Student Association: A general biology club open to all majors and minors. For more information on the club and how to join, contact the club advisor, Dr. Haughian, at james.haughian@unco.edu or 970-351-2716.
Student Leadership for Environmental Action Fund: (Student LEAF).  The mission is to empower students in transforming the campus community towards a more sustainable culture.

Other student science organizations

The Society of the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.  For more information, contact Dr. Karen Gomez at susana.gomez@unco.edu or 970-351-2555.
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society
The National Technical Association
The American Indian Graduate Center
The Association for Women in Science
The Center for the Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering Education
The Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists
Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Sciences

Other (non-science) student organizations at UNC

Asian Pacific American Student Services
Native American Student Services
The Center for Human Enrichment
The Marcus Garvey Cultural Center
The César Chávez Cultural Center
UNC student clubs and organizations website