One of the most important things you can do at Auburn is to become involved in one or more of COSAM's student organizations. These organizations are a way in which you can learn a great deal outside the classroom environment. The following is a list of some of the benefits of participating in one of our student organizations.
- Find other students who share your interests
- Provide leadership opportunities
- Meet faculty in an informal setting
- Meet successful professionals already employed in your field
- Learn practical information about your major
- Have an impact on student policy in COSAM
- Participate in service activities with and outside the college
Health Professions Organizations
- Alpha Epsilon Delta - All students interested in the health professions
- Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Club (PTOTC) - All students interested in physical and occupational therapy
- Pre Pharmacy Club (PPHR Club) - All students interested in pharmacy
- Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (PVET Club) - All students interested in veterinary medicine
- Lambda Tau - All students interested in laboratory or medical technology
General Interest Organizations
- COSAM Peer Advisors- Student group that serves the students of COSAM. Application required.
- COSAM Leaders - The official host group for COSAM. Application required.
- COSAM SGA Senators - COSAM’s student government elected representatives for the SGA.
- Environmental Awareness Organization - All students interested in environmental issues
- Association of Women in Science - AWIS is a national organization that supports equal opportunities for and equal participation of women in scientific fields.
- Beta Beta Beta - All students interested in biological sciences
- AU Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology - students dedicated to expanding our knowledge about conservation and spreading awareness
This is just a sample of Auburn’s more than 300 student organizations. The organizations page on the SGA website is a great place to find other groups that may interest you. Always check with departments to find out if there is a club specifically for majors in your field. If not, consider starting one!
Last Updated: 06/22/2016