Second biennial ScholarFest to celebrate Rowan research | More
Rowan hosts talk on “Controlling Ebola Virus Outbreaks: A New Strategy to Block Virus Transmission and Spread” | More
‘Networking With Style’: Barefoot Cellars founders to discuss their road to wine-selling success during South Jersey Soiree | More
Rowan science student will attend STEM conference in Jamaica | More
Speakers to offer insights, inspiration during Disability Awareness Week at Rowan | More
Students in the Biological Sciences Department are encouraged to join our various student organizations. These clubs provide a valuable opportunity to meet other students, learn more about career opportunities, hear from visiting speakers, participate in service projects on and off campus, and have fun!
The Biology Club organizes a number of different educational and social events every year. The Club is also engaged in numerous activities which includefield trips and service projects. The Biology Club also serves to introduce students to all fields of Biological Sciences and to prepare students for entrance into Graduate, Medical, Veterinary, and other professional institutions.
Allied Health Club (info coming soon)
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (info coming soon)
Rowan Pre-Health Club
The Pre-Health Club is a student led organization established for students interested in pursuing professional careers in M.D./D.O., dentistry, podiatry, optometry, or veterinary medicine. Members gain access to information on professional schools, programs, guest lectures, service events, exam preparation, tours and more. Mentoring programs and workshops are available to assist all students during their application process.
Other Organizations (SGA petition pending)
Medicine Education and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere (MEDLIFE Rowan)
MEDLIFE is a national organization whose mission is to help low-income
families globally. MEDLIFE Rowan is a chapter of this organization. The
club fundraises for the MEDLIFE cause, brings to light the global
inequalities of healthcare, makes the campus
more health conscious, helps low-income families within the community,
and recruits students interested in volunteering at MEDLIFE clinics