American Association of University Women (AAUW)
AAUW empowers women at the collegiate level and beyond through mentorship and networking opportunities. leadership training, and professional development support.
American Chemical Society (ACS)
ACS engages in outreach activities, company tours, fundraisers, tutoring and volunteer activities on campus.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
ACM puts together a weekly lecture series on academic topics on computer science, mathematics and entrepreneurship. Additionally ACM organizes field trips to local businesses and offers workshops on various topics. ACM meets every Tuesday during U-hour in SCI II, Room 242.
PHS members volunteer at Relay for Life and blood drives on campus. Meetings include guest speakers as well as discussions about clinical internships and undergraduate research opportunities.
Aims to foster a supportive network of pre-professionals who aspire to earn an advanced degree in the field of Optometry.
The Pre-Vet Society holds animal shelter fundraisers several times a year. Trips to local facilities, including the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, will be scheduled.
SciTeach is a club for students interested in a high school science teaching career. Members have the opportunity to participate in teaching-related activities with other CSUSM students and faculty, as well as local high school teachers.
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences (SACNAS)
SACNAS hosts a science-oriented mixer with other STEM clubs each semester. Members regularly volunteer to showcase science workshops for visiting students and participate in Super STEM Saturday.
The Society of Physics Students (SPS)
SPS participates in hands-on activities to apply the physics concepts learned in class to real-life applications. SPS hosts community building events and volunteers for a number of outreach activities, including Majors & Minors Fair and Super STEM Saturday.
Student Veteran Organization
Through the use of group activities, guest speakers, and one-on-one conversations, the goal of the SVO is to motivate and encourage students to succeed in their academic pursuits. Open to all veterans, dependents, and supporters.
The Sustainability Club works to educate the campus community on what it means to be sustainable and how to make sustainable choices. To help get the community to commit to more sustainable lifestyles, a campus presence is held through: tabling at university events, creating campus events, adopting campaigns to spread awareness, and taking on sustainability projects.