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Important Update:

The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Tri-Beta Biology ClubTri-Beta Honor Society/Biology Club 
Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta) is an honor society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. We welcome anyone with an interest in biology! Nikki Seagraves, Ph.D., sponsor; Linda Luna, M.S., co-sponsor.

Tri-Beta Facebook 

health professions clubPre-Medicine and Health Professions Club  
The Premedical/Allied Health Club is a student organization that provides career and professional development opportunities (e.g., speakers from medical schools, PA programs, MCAT workshops, etc.) for those interested in careers in medicine or allied health. Carrie Bentley, Ph.D., sponsor; Mel Vaughan, Ph.D., co-sponsor.



Pre-Med/Pre-Health Facebook

 wildlife clubWildlife Society  
The Wildlife Society is a student organization that provides educational and hands-on opportunities for students to engage in wildlife stewardship. Vicki Jackson, Ph.D., sponsor; Wayne Lord, Ph.D., FSI/CFACS Liaison, Chris Butler, Ph.D., co-sponsor.



Wildlife Society Facebook

mountain irisHorticultural Club
The Horticultural Club engages students in service and education opportunities related to plant science, plant growth and cultivation, landscaping, and the benefits of plants in the environment. Chad King, Ph.D., sponsor; Jim Bidlack, Ph.D., co-sponsor.



Horticultural Club Facebook

pre-vet clubPre-Vet and Animal Welfare (P.A.W.) Club
P.A.W. club is  for all majors where the only requirement is to be a lover and caregiver to animals. Activities include meeting every 3 weeks, volunteering for area shelters,  working with  other biology clubs and participating in campus activities like homecoming. Pre-vet students have opportunities to build  get help from  advisors to assure they're on track to veterinary school admission.  Vicki Jackson, Ph.D., sponsor. 

PAW Pre-Vet Club