Wright State University offers an endless list of club opportunities through the office of Student Activities. Whether you're interested in journalism, dancing, chemistry, service, ministry, music or anything else, there is likely a club waiting for you. And if there is not, form one! Whatever you choose, you'll develop long-lasting relationships with students who share your same passion and learn the importance of teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills. Academic clubs are involved in interesting and enjoyable activities that bring students closer together and provides a good opportunity to create a support system. Serving as a student club officer looks great on a resume and on an application to graduate school.
The College of Science and Mathematics has a number of student club organizations you can get involved in. Come join in and see what great students you'll soon become friends with. Contact the student organization president for more information.
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The Biology Club is open to anyone who has an interest in the biological sciences or who is pursuing it as a major or career.
The Chemistry Club is open to anyone who has an interest in chemistry or is pursuing it as a major or career.
Earth and Environmental Sciences Student Organizations
The American Institute of Professional Geologists is the largest association dedicated to promoting geology as a profession.
Wright State has a student chapter of the Kitty Hawk Section of the American Society of Safety Engineers.
The Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon is the National Honor Society for the Earth Sciences.
Pi Epsilon promotes the study of environmental sciences through recognition of exemplary scholarly and professional activity at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Psychology Club is an academic organization for all Wright State University undergraduates interested in psychology. Our purpose is to supply information, opportunities and resources to our members that will enhance their academic career.