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Student Clubs and Organizations

​​​ The College of Science and Health encourages its undergraduate students and graduate students to seek membership in any of the 300+ university-sponsored student clubs and organizations registered with the Office of Student Involvement. Becoming involved in student clubs and organizations helps to enrich the DePaul experience. Students have a greater opportunity to develop leadership skills; network with other students who share similar research or career interests; bolster their resume, CV, graduate school application, or professional school application; make new friends; and feel a greater sense of community and belonging. 

Students may choose from a great selection of science and health academic clubs, social organizations, and others that focus on athletics, service, social justice, and spirituality. Please visit the student organization website, OrgSync, for descriptions and to learn how to become part of one, join more than one, or start your own!

Here is a sample of some student clubs and organizations:

  • Actuarial Science Club
  • American Sign Language Club
  • College of Science and Health Student Association (CSHSA)
  • DePaul Society of Space Exploration
  • DePaul Student Nurses Association
  • Neuroscience Club
  • Global Brigades
  • Pathways Honors Program
  • Pre-Health Career Community (PCC)
  • Pre-Veterinary Club
  • Psi Chi - The International Honor Society in Psychology ​
  • Psychology Peer Mentors
  • Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
  • Society of Physics Students
  • Statistics in the Community (STATCOM Chicago)​
  • Sport Legacy Institute Community Educators (SLICE)
  • Underrepresented Groups in Medicine (UGM)
  • Urban Farming Organization​​