Carthage has more than 120 student groups and organizations through which students can get involved, explore possible careers, meet other students, work closely with faculty advisors, and perform community service. The following organizations are popular with biology students.
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This honorary society is for those students who have displayed superior academic achievement in biology. The society aims to cultivate a keen interest in the natural sciences, to stimulate an appreciation for biological research, and to promote scholarship.
Carthage’s Pre-Health Club is for students who want to pursue a career in the health field — medicine, veterinary, pharmacy, occupational therapy, dental, and more. Members volunteer in the community, gather for MCAT study sessions, and job-shadow physicians. Members of Pre-Health Club work to set themselves apart from other students when it comes to the admission process for higher education, and to work together to feel prepared for the upcoming challenges.
CURE meets regularly to promote education and activities related to conservation and recycling efforts. The group’s purpose is to encourage and enable all members of the Carthage community to respect and preserve our precious natural resources.