There are a number of student organizations that students can join no matter what particular degree program a student is in. Activities may be scholastic or social and range from field trips to picnics.
The Biology Club is here for students that care about biology and the environment. Students are introduced to the world of biology by going on trips with opportunities to visit different ecosystems to help build community among life science students. Also, we aim to show students about careers available biology majors. Faculty advisor: Dr. Whitford, (570) 422-3713.
This club strives to expand knowledge on current techniques and inform the community of currently available abilities that the biomedical and biotechnology fields have to offer. Faculty advisor: Dr. Aldras, (570) 422-3704.
We promote the conservation of natural resources to benefit the health and safety of the environment around us. We have many opportunities to work with not only club members and other clubs on campus, but also a variety of organizations to help make campus more sustainable, as well as our community. We have regularly scheduled campus and Adopt a Block cleanups, and also promote recycling through a variety of projects. There are also annually-scheduled fun trips and events as well, like Zumba for a Cure, Hershey Park, hiking trips, and the Philadelphia Zoo. Faculty advisor: Dr. Wilson, (570) 422-3212.
The purpose of the Marine Science Club is to increase understanding and involvement in all facets of the marine sciences through guest speakers, and trips to aquariums and marine stations. Faculty advisor: Dr. Hunt, (570) 422-3715.
The Pre-PA Club is a group designed to assist Pre-Physician Assistant students in becoming competitive applicants by providing opportunities to learn more about the profession, shadowing, and patient care opportunities, as well as connect with other ESU students. Faculty advisor: Dr. White, (570) 422-3712.
This organization supports and guides incoming all pre-medical students, including pre-veterinary, pre-osteopathic, pre-podiatric, pre-dental, pre-optometric, and pre-chiropractic students, and introduces students to the professional medical fields. Faculty advisor: Dr. Loomis, (570) 422-2708.