University of Southern Indiana

Student Organizations

Biology Club
USI’s Biology Club aims to unify Pott College students and provide a supportive, hands-on club environment for students exploring science! We strive to give back to USI and involve students in a comfortable, cohesive environment that inspires individual growth and learning. We invite you to join us for monthly meetings and participate in outreach events throughout the year that collaborate with organizations such as Mesker Park Zoo and Girl Scouts of America.

The Biology Club Faculty advisors are  and


Sigma Zeta
Sigma Zeta, a National Honorary Society, has been active at the University of Southern Indiana for over 30 years. It recognizes students majoring in the sciences or mathematics who have earned 30 semester hours of credit (15 hrs of math and science classes) and achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Students are nominated by faculty and the executive committee for membership into this organization. New members are accepted into the organization during a formal initiation ceremony.

Sigma Zeta members participate in several activities throughout the school year including judging science fairs, attending graduate school fairs, and presenting research at national meetings.

The Sigma Zeta Faculty advisor is .

Contact Cindy DeLoney-Marino


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