Student Organizations

Biology Society

The Biology Society hosts events that promote biological activities outside the classroom including LUMCON Open House, Chauvin Folk Art Festival, Rougarou Festival, BTNEP Bayou Lafourche Cleanup, BTNEP Bayou Lafourche Paddle Trip, Grand Isle Bird Migration Festival, and the St. Mary Parish Eagle Expo.

Students of any classification may join by contacting Dr. Gary LaFleur or Dr. Allyse Ferrara, advisors.

Visit our facebook page for more information and events.

Pre-Professional Medical Association

The Pre-Professional Medical Association at Nicholls State University is a student organization dedicated to informing and empowering future medical professionals. This mission is accomplished by offering students opportunities to volunteer in the community, providing information about scholarship and graduate school applications, and building a support network between members. Throughout each semester, several successful medical professionals from various disciplines attend PMA meetings to give guest lectures and provide insight into their role in the medical field.

Students of any classification may join by contacting Dr. Michele Robichaux or Dr. Marilyn Kilgen, advisors.

 

 

Pre-Veterinary Medical Club

The Pre-Veterinary Medical Club educates and advises students who have an interest in the field of veterinary medicine through service learning projects, field trips, and advice from practicing veterinarians.  The goals of the Pre-Vet Club are to give students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience outside of the classroom, provide students with the necessary tools to make a difference in the lives of animals, and to educate the community about the importance of animal care and safe human-animal interactions.

Students of any classification may join by contacting Ms. Christie Landry, advisor.

TriBeta

                    

Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a nationally recognized honor society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.  The Nicholls Chapter of TriBeta (Mu Kappa Alpha) was formed in fall of 2015.

During the fall semester of the junior year or as graduate students, high achieving students in Biological Sciences are invited to join TriBeta.  Contact Dr. Allyse Ferrara, advisor, for information.