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Biology Club

The biology club’s mission is to nurture student welfare to promote higher educational standards, enhance the physical, cultural, racial, and social welfare, ingrain in the student body, as individuals and as a unit. To also inform and educate students about different aspects of biology and how to go about achieving their goals in the science field; to foster a sense of community among students of Biology and related fields, with a concern in volunteer service.

Chemistry Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to aid Rutgers Camden students in increasing their awareness about the field of chemistry. In order to achieve this goal, our organization will facilitate student socialization and encourage students to take advantage of research opportunities, all with the hope of integrating students into the Rutgers-Camden Chemistry department and fields in general. We want to be a voice for the under-represented population of Chemistry majors on campus.

Collegiate DECA

Collegiate DECA grooms the future leaders of tomorrow in overall professional development. Collegiate DECA allows students to apply skills acquired in the classroom to everyday practical business situations in a competitive environment. Students will also experience networking and community volunteer opportunities with participation in this organization.

Economics Society

We are an academic society based at Rutgers University in Camden run by students, for students. Ultimately, we aim to develop the next generation of great economic minds, enriching students through a variety of events and offering platforms to meet like-minded students and employers. We welcome student from all departments so you don't just have to be an economist!

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

NABA’s mission is to meet the needs of their members and build future leaders. This is accomplished by uniting members who are established in their careers with students who have similar interests. NABA is committed to promoting professional and academic excellence, civic engagement, and enhancing opportunities for people of color in business related fields. There are currently over 150 student chapters nationwide. Membership allows students to take full advantage of the resources provided through the NABA network. These resources include workshops, conventions, and career fairs.

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