Water-Related Academic Clubs
Association of Student Geographers and Planners
The Grand Valley Association of Student Geographers and Planners is an organization that will increase student involvement in the Department of Geography and Planning and provide advice for those interested in furthering their geographic studies or initially engaging the field of geography. Association of Student Geographers and Planners will increase recognition and camaraderie amongst geography and planning undergraduates and enhance as well as highlight the unique geographical and planning experiences at GVSU.
The Farm Club is a student group dedicated to promoting the principles and practices of sustainable agriculture. They provide an open space for veggies, knowledge, and relationships to grow!
The Biology Club aims to help students build relationships with their biology faculty and classmates. Throughout the school year the club gives students a chance to interact with the community through various events. They also encourage and provide students with opportunities in the various careers and research opportunities in biology related fields. The Biology Club is open to any and all majors, only an interest in biology is required.
Biology Graduate Club
The Graduate Biology Club is dedicated to the professional development of Biology students who are completing masters degrees at Grand Valley State University. Their mission is to provide members with enriched opportunities to network with peers, GVSU faculty, and other science professionals.
The Geology Club is a group of students who are curious about geology and like to go on geologic adventures. All students interested in geology and geologic adventures are welcome to come.
Grand Valley Chemistry Club connects students with fellow classmates and faculty through educational and social events. Events held in previous years include Chemistry at The Mall, Student vs. Faculty Softball Game, Industry tours, Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream & many more! As an American Chemical Society (ACS) affiliate, they provide valuable benefits to members, including funding opportunities for national meetings and networking opportunities. There are no mandatory meetings or fees. You do not have to be a chemistry major to join!