BSA Student Chapters
Student Chapters are a great way to network with your peers at your institution of learning through engaging activities as well as take advantage of special BSA discounts including a $10 Student Membership (this is a 50% discount off student membership) and discounted registration to Botany Conferences each year!
To learn more about starting a student chapter click here.
Current BSA Chapters
To contact a student chapter click on the chapter name to email their main contact for more information.
Crandall University - Biology Society - Student Chapter
Eastern Michigan University - Student Chapter
Indiana University - South Bend - Student Chapter
L.H. Bailey's Botany Bunch - Cornell University - Student Chapter
National Association of Botany Students, University of Lagos - Student Chapter
Roots, the Botany Club at Rhodes College - Student Chapter
Samford Botany - Club - Student Chapter
South Australia, The University of Adelaide - Student Chapter
South Dakota State University - Student Chapter
Stephen F Austin State University - Student Chapter
Texas Tech University - Student Chapter
University of Central Florida - Student Chapter
University of Denver Botanical Society - Student Chapter
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa - Student Chapter
University of Oklahoma - Graduate Student Chapter
University of West Florida - Pensacola - Student Chapter
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point - Student Chapter
Weber State University - Student Chapter
Don't see your Student Chapter on the list?
You can re-add your chapter or start a new chapter by filling out the Student Chapter Application. Click here for more information.
BSA STUDENT CHAPTER NEWS!
Eastern Michigan University Student Chapter Tackles Invasive Species
Members of the Eastern Michigan University Student Chapter decided that this spring they would focus on the topic of invasive species and its affects on local plants. Last week the chapter held an informative lecture for the Eastern Michigan Plant Lovers Gardening Club and invited attendees to join them for an invasive honeysuckle removal project that next weekend. Together with the local parks department, the chapter, and garden club volunteers were able to remove over 2 acres of honeysuckle from the local natural areas of the city parks. Here are some photos of the members and their volunteers.
Send your Student Chapter News to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will showcase it here as well as in our BSA Members Newsletters and on BSA Social Media!