Biological sciences students at Pacific take pride in their academic achievements, but they also make time to build personal and professional connections that will last a lifetime. From pie-ing professors in the face (it's for a good cause), to bowling nights and handing out candy as part of Pacific's Annual Safe Trick or Treat, students of Biological Sciences create a community that exists beyond the classroom and the laboratory.
Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta)
The Omicron chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biology honor society, was established at Pacific in 1931. One of the oldest and most active honor societies on campus, Tri-Beta regularly provides its members with professional networking opportunities, academic development, and social engagement. Read more about the chapter's activities, and standards for membership >>
Each year, the Department of Biological Sciences recognizes graduating seniors who demonstrate academic excellence, commitment to their field, and and dedication to professional development. Take a look at the accomplishments of some of our recent Outstanding Students >>