Departmental & Associated Student Clubs
There are a vast number of departmental clubs and other student organizations that you can get involved with. We have featured some related student groups with whom you can connect and begin your involvement! As you scroll down, keep in mind that there is contact information as well as social media links for each student group. Please do not hesitate to contact them if you are interested.
BEHAVIOUR, COGNITION AND NEUROSCIENCE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION
The BCNSA acts as the leadership team for the BCN program, bringing forward the voices of our students and always addressing their concerns or ideas. The BCNSA helps to build on the sense of community within the program by offering support to our students and events that encourage involvement and address well-being.
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The Biomedical Sciences Student Association (BSSA) is a group dedicated to ensuring academic success within the Biomedical Sciences department. It is through the provision of informative resources that BSSA works to enrich the student experience.
Our mission is to academically prepare students who want to pursue a post-graduate degree in a professional health related program. We aim to attract students with a desire to learn more about the relationship between human health and disease, and its connection to other fields of science.
BIOLOGY STUDENTS' UNION
The Biology Students’ Union is a student-led organization representing students in the Biological Sciences program at the University of Windsor. We aim to promote connections between students and departmental faculty, increase social and academic well-being, and to create a welcoming community for Biology students outside of the classroom. To get in touch with us, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on our social media.
GENERAL SCIENCE CLUB
General Science Club (GSC) allows for General Science students to have a home, a group for them that represents them in the Faculty of Science. GSC also allows for all Science students to get help, have a group online to compare classes, ask fellow students questions, make friends, and have fun while succeeding academically. Most of all, GSC is all about students who love science but don't exactly know which science they have a passion for most and are best at, therefore GSC allows students to explore all sciences and find out which one they like best. It also works the other way around, being there for students who did not succeed in their specific science program but do not want to give up on Science. Anyone interested in getting involved can email us at where you will be able to become a general member/volunteer. Executive applications will open up around March every year and applying for an executive position is always encouraged!
JULL EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & STUDIES CLUB
The Jull Environment Club aims to raise awareness on pressing environmental issues and educating our community on ways to minimize their environmental impacts. While advocating for environmental change, we hope to inspire our members and community to become an effective environmental advocate and leader.
MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIERS
MSF (Médecins Sans Frontières) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, pandemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. https://www.msf.org/ You can learn
more about their efforts by clicking this link!
FoMSF is not directly affiliated with MSF; we are a third-party fundraising group. Our
goal on campus is to:
Raise awareness for MSF and provide students and local residents with information regarding MSF’s mission
Fundraise for MSF
Encouraging others to consider working with MSF through providing information on MSF, the nature of the fieldwork, and emphasizing that professionals from a wide range of medical and non-medical professions are needed
The Physics Club is a club run and managed by undergraduate physics students. Throughout the year, we hold tutorials for introductory physics and math courses, volunteer for outreach events like Science Rendezvous and Science Olympiad, and host a number of small social events. Our club room, located in Essex Hall, is a welcoming place for students to study, relax, or hangout. Check out our Instagram @uwin_physics where we share pictures from events, demo videos, and the occasional meme. For more information on how to get involved, please contact email@example.com
Join our Discord channel: physicsclub#3519
STUDENTS OFFERING SUPPORT
Raising Marks. Raising Money. Raising Roofs. Students Offering Support is a national, student-led, charitable organization that supports educational initiatives in Latin America while also providing exam-aid sessions to university students. Learn more at https://windsor.soscampus.com/
UNDERGRADUATE CHEMISTRY CLUB
The Undergraduate Chemistry & Biochemistry Club (UGCC) represents chemistry, biochemistry, and biomedical science students! Our goals include strengthening relationships between faculty and undergraduate students, introducing undergraduate students to exciting research opportunities, and developing a sense of community within the Chemistry/Biochemistry department. This year we are holding virtual events such as online gaming nights, collaborative zoom sessions with professors, & many online giveaways!
The USci Network consists of multiple clubs for science students, providing many ways for you to get involved! Feel free to visit our website at http://www.uwindsor.ca/science/327/usci-network to learn more!