Student Clubs

For information on joining any of these clubs, contact the Science and Mathematics Division Office, phone 682-7508.

Science Club

The Science Club provides the opportunity for students to explore various aspects of the "pure sciences." Those students wishing to enter research related occupations are encouraged to participate in activities that will introduce them to both formal and field research techniques. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the sciences.

Health Professions Club

This organization provides an opportunity for students who are interested in a wide variety of health-related fields to meet for the purposes of professional growth and social interaction. The club provides a variety of field trips and educational experiences.

Engineering Club

The purpose of the Engineering Club is to promote interest in engineering education and professions. The club provides opportunities for students to learn the most recent developments in engineering through forums, small projects, guest speakers, design competition, and field trips.

Engineering Club Web Page

Mathematics Club

The Math Club assists students preparing for a career in mathematics or a related field. The Math Club organizes meetings, seminars, and workshops to promote the understanding of mathematics as a subject and its applications in other related fields. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in mathematics. As an organization, the Math Club also promotes student participation in the American Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges' Student Mathematics League.