Student Leadership

The College of Science and its scholars benefit from the ideas, efforts and volunteer service of student leaders. Those student leaders also benefit from opportunities to initiate events and programs, advocate for and guide other students, interact with faculty and university administrators, and develop leadership skills and experience. Learn more about these student leadership positions and how to participate in these opportunities.

College of Science Ambassadors

USU College of Science Ambassadors are outstanding student representatives of the college's six academic departments. The scholars are nominated by their departments for service as ambassadors, whose duties include helping with recruitment events and the college's Science Unwrapped public outreach program. Ambassadors share their academic experiences with prospective students and their parents, as well as current USU students seeking information about science majors. The college applauds our ambassadors, who enthusiastically and diligently represent our strengths and the opportunities we offer to aspiring scientists and science professionals.



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College of Science Student Council

The college’s Science Council is a group of dedicated student volunteers, who strive to provide enriching activities and opportunities for all Aggie science students. Led by the college’s student-elected USU Student Association senator, the council plans the college’s annual “Science Week” featuring campus-wide activities, as well as events throughout the year.

The council organizes networking events to encourage current students to meet with college alumni, along with academic-enriching workshops to improve study skills and social events aimed at integrating new students into college life. In addition, the council conducts service events, including the annual “Stuff-a-Bus” food drive benefiting USU’s Student Nutrition Access Center and the Cache Community Food Pantry.

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College of Science Peer Mentorship Program

Initiated by the College of Science/USUSA Science Council in Fall 2019, the College of Science Peer Mentorship Program pairs upperclassmen Aggie Scientists with entering freshmen and sophomores to provide mentorship and advice about college study and life.

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Peer Advisor

Peer advisors are students, who assist professional academic advisors in the college and the college’s academic departments. Peer advisors meet one-on-one with students, to offer insights about academic majors, offer suggestions about course selection and other academic opportunities along with other aspects of collegiate life. To learn about becoming a peer advisor, consult with your departmental academic advisor.

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