Student Organizations

As a student in the Department of Biological Sciences at Western Michigan University you may choose to participate in the following organizations to enhance your academic experience and prepare you for your professional career.

American Medical Student Association

The American Medical Student Association is a national organization of more than 68,000 students. It is the oldest and largest independent association of physicians-in-training in the U.S. The WMU pre-medical chapter of AMSA is an active organization on campus, attracting interesting speakers from within the community, offering presentations from admissions staff of various medical schools and providing numerous volunteer opportunities for our members.

Biology Club

The Biology Club provides access to biological opportunities and education enhancement with an emphasis on, but not limited to, ecology and general biology topics.

Biology Graduate Student Organization

The Biology Graduate Student Organization creates a forum in which biology graduate students can voice their opinions, concerns and suggestions. It is oriented toward creating a productive environment for faculty and graduate student interactions and maintaining a positive presence within the department.

For more information on the Biology Graduate Student Organization, contact rso_bio@wmich.edu.

Health Professional Society

The Health Professional Society provides WMU students with insight into the medical field and its ever-changing opportunities. Members share a common interest in developing and pursuing a career in the medical field.