Joining a club related to your major or area of academic interest is one way to take your learning beyond the classroom. Clubs regularly take field trips, hear from speakers from the university and broader community, engage in service projects and offer plenty of opportunities to connect with other students who share your interests. And you can get leadership experience by becoming an officer!
The Biology Club promotes interest in and understanding of the broad spectrum of biological sciences. We strive to open students’ eyes to various possibilities for future studies and careers. Meetings include speakers, service projects, field trips, socials and community outreach. For further information contact Bobbie Kelley, club adviser, or visit our website and Facebook page.
The Genetics Club stimulates student interest in genetics, promotes career opportunities and performs service projects contributing to NC State and the Raleigh community.
The Herpetology Club educates fellow students about reptiles and amphibians and shares our knowledge and enthusiasm with the local community.
The Microbiology Club presents programs at local schools to raise microbiology awareness and visits local businesses that use microbiology to create their products.
The Zoology Club advocates for animals in a changing world, promotes the general studies of animals and their environments, and provides information about the applications of a zoology degree.