Student Clubs and Organizations
Is committed to improving health care and healthcare delivery to all people; promoting active improvement in medical education; involving its members in the social, moral and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine; assisting in the improvement and understanding of world health problems; contributing to the welfare of all pre-health professional students.
Beta Psi Omega Professional Biology Fraternity
Beta Psi Omega is a student organization with the primary purpose of helping students help themselves. Our overarching mission is to provide a supportive brotherhood for students pursuing the biological sciences professionally and academically and to further the advancement of biology as a science and as a profession. It is committed to serving the needs of students and thereby the community. Beta Psi Omega aims to provide passionate students with opportunities, insights, and guidance to success.
Biology Graduate Student Club (BGSC)
Offers opportunities for association and interaction between students, faculty, and the administration of CSUF. The benefits that may be derived from membership, in addition to the above interactions, are availability of the funding through the NSM-ICC for presenting scientific work at conferences.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Club (CBC)
Provides members with information pertaining to opportunities and careers within the fields of Chemistry and Biochemistry, while facilitating association and interaction between the students and the faculty of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Furthermore, this organization assists in familiarizing students with opportunities within the Department, as well as a sense of community outreach which promotes a positive perception of scientific education.
CSUF Pre- Dental Society
Through general club meetings, guest speakers, dental school visits, and much more, our pre-dental members can gain the knowledge they need as well the necessary tools to be a competitive dental applicant and apply to dental school.
CSUF Pre- Optometry Club
Aimed accommodate students interested in the field of Optometry in order to educate themselves more about the healthcare profession and network with other students and professionals with similar interests.
Our purpose is to provide health care to people living in the rural areas outside of Tecate, Mexico. Volunteers have the opportunity to assist in administrating, translating, taking vital signs, shadowing health care providers, and working in the pharmacy. Also, our members get the opportunity to experience medicine and another culture first hand.
Unites geology majors and others by providing related information and volunteer activities on and off campus. There is promotion throughout the semester of the Earth Sciences with planned field trips, speakers, and announcements of professional geological meetings.
Latino Medical Student Association Pre-Medical Latino Undergraduate Society (LMSA Plus)
LMSA is the newest student health professions organization on campus. Anyone interested in medical school can join LMSA, you do not need to be of Latino/Latina heritage!
Promotes involvement for students and faculty in the mathematical community. The club encourages students to start joint research projects with faculty and attend conferences nationwide for observation and/or presentation. Its activities bring together all levels of math majors in one setting, such that new students can be involved. Most Math Club members continue their education as a graduate student.
Provides opportunities for associations and interaction of upper and lower division students. The club organizes lectures from guest speakers as well as several events a year. All CSUF students are welcome.
Pre- Veterinary Club
The Cal State Fullerton Pre-Veterinary Club is an organization on campus that is open to all students who have interest in pursuing veterinary medicine. The club provides exposure to various aspects of veterinary medicine including hands-on experience, veterinarian speakers, social events, and community service opportunities throughout the semester.
S.M.A.R.T. Girls Support Group
Functions to increase mentoring and advisement at the undergraduate level. This entails monthly meetings with students to introduce them to each other, establish collaborative study sessions, and provide consistent access to advisors. SMART GirlsFocus of meetings will include learning how to be successful in math courses, strengthening content knowledge, relating undergraduate courses to successful high school teaching, connecting to tutoring in schools, and networking.
Student Health Professions Association (SHPA)
Informs students about the opportunities available in the various health professions. Furthermore, the club provides volunteer opportunities for students to get involved in the community, campus life, American Red Cross blood drives, and work closely with the Health Professions Advising office which is dedicated to assisting students in getting admitted to health profession graduate schools.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. (Students with Community Collabortators to Enhance Success in Sciece)
An organization dedicated to providing students of all STEM disciplines s with exposure to science careers and opportunities to authentically participate in a research experience.
NSM Inter-Club Council
Provides opportunities for association and interaction between the students in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the faculty, and administration of the College, and provides additional opportunities to those students by pooling the resources of the various organizations from academic subunits of the college. NSM-ICC aliquots funds to students to travel for various conferences so that they can expand their professional network.
To request funding from the NSM-ICC, if you are a member of any of the clubs that are part of the NSM-ICC please speak to your NSM Club Representative. If not, please email the NSM-ICC email address below to be paired with a Member at Large who will assist you with submitting a funding request.
Advisor: Colleen McDonough, firstname.lastname@example.org, (657) 278-4158