Membership in these Student Organizations is open to any Science major at Marist College.
American Chemical Society - Student Affiliate (ACS-SA)
Athletic Training Student Organization
Phi Delta Epsilon International Pre-Medical Fraternity
Marist established a chapter of this international fraternity in 1996. Phi Delta Epsilon's mission is to foster and achieve bonding among physicians of high moral character, devoted to education and philanthropy for a lifetime. The Marist chapter has been so active - in tutoring, volunteer work, judging local science fairs, and helping freshmen science majors acclimate to college - that it won the Marist College Club of the Year Award in 1997. Phi Delta Epsilon sponsors a publication (Phi Delta Epsilon News and Scientific Journal) and maintains a website at www.phide.org; both of these provide information about medical school and the admissions process.
Sigma Zeta National Science and Math Honor Society - Alpha Phi
Requirements for induction are a 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.0 science GPA. Students are nominated at the end of sophomore year or the start of junior year. Membership in this honor society is noted in the commencement program. In addition to the honor of membership, Sigma Zeta students assist in judging at local science fairs and in tutoring.
Students Encouraging Environmental Dedication (SEED)