Why Get involved?
Getting involved in a student organization is a great way to enrich your college experience. Student organizations provide opportunities for learning outside the classroom; for meeting new people; for sharing and exploring interests; for broadening your point of view; for developing life, work and leadership skills.
And if that isn’t enough reason to inspire you, research indicates numerous benefits for those who choose to participate in college-‐related programs and activities. Students who are involved tend to:
• Get better grades
• Be more successful in their academic program
• Be more likely to stay in school and graduate on time
• Feel more satisfied with their college experience
• Be more marketable when job searching and applying to graduate
• Develop valuable leadership and interpersonal skills
The Biology Club:
The Biology Club is a group of like-‐minded students interested in the biological sciences, including botany, conservation, zoology, biology, ecology, etc. The biology club provides hands-‐on experience with animals, trips to local biological establishments, and speakers through-‐ out the school year. We also have members of all class standings to discuss current and future courses.
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor: Adam Leff, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Med Tech Club:
Medical Technologists are trained to perform complex chemical, microscopic and microbiological procedures. If you are interested in learning more about the program or hanging out with students already in the program please see the contacts below.
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor: Gail Fraizer, email@example.com.
The BTEC Club:
The science of biotechnology extends across many areas of biology and chemistry, as the science is essential for modern biology and biomedical research. The Biotechnology Club meets regularly allowing biotechnology students to enjoy activities related to biotechnology and other areas of interest. All reports are that the group is energetic and entertaining!
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor: Doug Kline, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kent State’s only Medical Fraternity, offers students with unique opportunities, internships, educational speakers, and training as well as the chances to meet and work with other students who share your goals and aspirations.
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor: Eric Mintz, email@example.com.
The American Medical Student Association (AMSA), with a half‐century history of medical student activism, is the oldest and largest independent association of physicians‐in‐training in the United States.
For more information, please contact the faculty advisor: Colleen Novak,
PDSA: Pre Dental Student Association
Attention to all the Pre-Dent students: Join the pre-dent students on campus during their regularly scheduled meetings and network with your peers.
For more information, please contact the advisor: Gail Spalsbury, firstname.lastname@example.org
CRICK: Cuyahoga Watershed Research, Information and Conservation Kent
C.R.I.C.K. is a new student organization dedicated to understanding and researching the Cuyahoga Watershed by uniting students and faculty across departments.
Please contact the faculty advisor: Chris Blackwood, email@example.com.
Attention all Pre-Vet students: Join other pre-vet students on campus during their regularly scheduled meetings .
For more information , please contact the faculty advisor: Adam Leff, firstname.lastname@example.org.