Student Clubs and Organizations
The Mendel Biology Society is a student-run club, open to students from any academic program within Saint Peter’s University who are interested in topics relating to biology. The Mendel club strives to hold regular meetings, organizes social and educational activities, schedules special events, and helps support the Distinguished Lecture Series. Every spring, the Biology Department and the Mendel Society organize the Mendel Biology Lecture. The Mendel Lecture is the longest-running annual lecture series in the history of Saint Peter’s University. S.A.V.E. stands for Students Against Violating the Earth. This environmental club sponsors an annual Earth Day festival, hikes, and environmental service field trips.
The Tribeta Biological Honor Society requires the following for membership: 3.3 GPA in Biology & General Cumulative for Regular member, 2.8 GPA in Biology & General Cumulative for Associate member, and completion of three or more Biology courses.
The Health Professions Club offers students who are interested in health careers a chance to meet other students who share their own interests. This club holds many events and invites outside speakers to shed light on the pathway to many careers in the health sciences.