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Student Groups, Programs and Opportunities

Students in the College of Biological Sciences are encouraged to get involved and enrich their academic experience through co-curricular experiences outside the classroom. Explore student groups, CBS student leadership roles, and more.

In Fall 2020, nearly all student groups are meeting remotely. Consult with individual groups to determine  meeting schedules and formats.

Student Groups and Programs
  • Student Organizations for CBS Students — These student organizations are considered to be of high-interest to CBS students, offering opportunities for learning and engagement related to academic majors and career paths commonly associated with the study of life sciences.
  • Identity-Based-Programs — Might be of particular interest to BIPOC students, LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, and additional intersecting identities.
  • Affinity Groups — Groups exist for Black Students, Indigenous Students, and Students of Color, International Students and LGBTQ+ Students. Group members are encouraged to connect via the Google Group between meetings.
  • Biology House — Consider joining this unique living learning community as a first-year student.
  • Remote Volunteer Opportunities — While COVID-19 has cancelled many in-person opportunities, there are ways to engage online.
Student Leadership Roles