Societies & Clubs

For information on upcoming meetings and events, see the bulletin boards on second floor of Temple Hall

Pre-Medical Society

The Pre-Medical Society of Missouri State strives to expose students to different aspects of medical fields and give students opportunities to enhance their leadership skills by becoming involved and interacting with other premedical students. The Society has a medical school tour and a preceptorship program each year, through which students can gain more experience in the medical field.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Pre-Medical Society, contact Dr. Matthew Siebert (faculty advisor) at 836-5367.


Tri Beta Honors Biological Society encourages undergraduate research and provides members with the opportunity to gain knowledge of careers in the biology field.

If you are interested in finding out more about Tri-Beta, contact Dr. Paul Durham (faculty advisor) at 836-4869.

Stream Team (Natural and Applied Science)

The Stream Team is a state-wide organization which monitors the quality of Missouri's water ways. The club tests the James River regularly on float trips and during cook-outs along the river.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Stream Team, contact Tina Tamme Hopper (staff advisor) at 836-5304 or

Students for a Sustainable Future

Students for a Sustainable Future (SSF) has two purposes: to educate and motivate. Their mission is to educate students, faculty, staff, and the community about the reality and effects of global climate change; awaken the community to this tremendous opportunity to partake in a global movement of historical significance; and to present feasible and practical opportunities to the community to make a difference through their every day life style choices.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Students for a Sustainable future, contact faculty advisor Dr. Alexander Wait 417-836-5802, email

Wildlife Conservation Club

The Wildlife Conservation Club seeks to make students aware of wildlife conservation in their area and in Missouri as a whole, and to foster cooperation, support, and fellowship among wildlife conservation majors and related majors. Additionally, the club provides information concerning wildlife conservation career fields and training requirements.  Faculty advisor is Dr. Mike Burton, 417-836-5085, Email:

Pre-Veterinary Club

The Pre-Vet club provides opportunities for students interested in veterinary medicine to interact with one another, share interests, and provide mutual support in their career goals.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Pre-Veterinary Club, visit their website (linked above) for contract information.

Ozarks Biological Graduate Society

The Ozarks Biological Society serves graduate students in the Biology Department. The primary function of OBGS is to raise funds so that students may attend scientific meetings. Other functions include social events and representation on the University Graduate Council.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Graduate Student Club, contact Dr. Alexander Wait (faculty advisor) at 836-5802.