CVMBS Student Organizations
Biomedical Student Association
BSA works to unite students who have a common interest in biomedical sciences and to provide opportunities to learn about biomedical sciences beyond the classroom.
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences College Council
The CVMBS College Council helps decide where CVMBS technology fees are spent and provides an outlet to keep students informed about informed about College news.
Environmental Health Student Association
EHSA promotes unity among students interested in environmental health through education, social activities, and community service programs.
Graduate Student Association
GSA provides a place for graduate students in the Biomedical Sciences program to socialize and connect professionally. GSA also coordinates a fall research retreat for graduate students and faculty members.
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.
The Pre-Veterinary Club provides support and knowledge to students interested in a career in veterinary medicine. The club provides hands-on experience and community service opportunities.
Microbiology Student Association
MSA provides undergraduate students with an interest in microbiology a chance to meet and communicate with other students in this field of study.
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
The AALAS focuses on exchanging information and expertise in the care and use of laboratory animals.
American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine
The ACLAM uses specialist certification, professional development, education and research to promote humane and responsible care of laboratory animals.
Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations
The FAO focuses on international efforts to defeat hunger.
Pan American Health Organization
The PAHO is an international public health agency.
World Health Organization
WHO is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters and is the authority in health for the United Nations.