Participating in student organizations is a great way to further enrich your college experience. Whether joining a service club to help you reach out to the greater community, an academic organization that will speak directly to your interests, or a professional club that will give you valuable insights into different fields, you'll discover just how much people can accomplish when they're dedicated to achieving a common goal.
CSU Microbiology Student Association Mission Statement:
"To provide undergraduate students with an interest in microbiology a chance to meet and communicate with other students in this field of study and learn about what career options are available."
Benefits of Joining MSA Include...
- Opportunities to tour scientific facilities
- Learn about potential careers in microbiology
- Attend microbiology seminars
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Study Groups
- Builds your resume
The College Council is composed of current CVMBS students who keep tabs on how student technology fees are spent. They decide on Microbiology Computer Lab equipment, Smart Rooms for your classes, pipettes for your labs, and even some building improvements. College Council is a great way to meet people from your college and learn about the variety of things happening on campus. Anyone in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is welcome.
Colorado State University's only student organization for pre-medical undergraduates and professionals.
Premedica Club can expose you to the medical field through education and experience which will help you decide if medicine will be your lifelong career.
Prevet Club Mission Statement:
"Through the collective efforts of members of the Executive Board and club memebers we will strive to provide support and knowledge, which will assist in our ultimate goal of practicing veterinary medicine. We will accomplish this by providing exposure to various aspects of veterinary medicine, including hands-on experience and community service opportunities, while aiming to create a supportive and friendly environment."