Colorado State University

Clubs and Activities

The College of Natural Sciences offers several opportunities for students to get involved at the college level and interact with students, faculty, and staff across the various disciplines. Some of the most useful knowledge that you will learn in college comes from outside of the classroom. By participating in extracurricular clubs and activities, a student can gain leadership experience and meet new people.

Actuary Club (Math) – Contact Kelly McArthur

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) – Contact Arlene Nededog or Emily Moore

Association for Computing Machinery (Computer Science) – Contact Russ Wakefield

Beta Beta Beta (Biological Honors Society — The Epsilon Chi Alpha Chapter) – Contact Michael Friedman

Biochemistry Student Association (BCSA) – Contact Aaron Sholders

Biology Club – Contact Lilly Dethier

CNS College Council – Contact Jim Cox

College of Natural Sciences Ambassadors (CNSA) – Contact Lisa Dysleski

Chemistry Club – Contact Randy Booth

Computer Science Robotics Club – Contact Elaine Regelson

Graduate Student Association (GSA) (Computer Sciences)

Industrial/Organizational Psychology Association of Colorado – Contact Jan Cleveland

Math Club – Contact Patrick Shipman

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM) – Contact Arlene Nededog or Sarah Falcon

Psi Chi & Psychology Student Alliance – Contact Patricia Aloise-Young

Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) – Contact Arlene Nededog

Society for Physics Students (SPS) – Contact Jacob Roberts

STEM Educators Club (Facebook) – Contact Courtney Butler

Students as Leaders in Science – Contact Arlene Nededog

Upsilon Pi Epsilon (Honor Society for Computer Sciences) – Contact Studipto Ghosh

Women in Physics (WIP) – Contact Kristen Buchanan or Arlene Nededog

Zoology Club – Contact Jenny Beiter