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 >>
A Year in the Life
Biology students at University of the Pacific are known for their outstanding academic achievements, but the memories they make outside of the classroom are important to their experience as well. Take a look at some of our favorite traditions in the Department of Biological Sciences. Take a look >>
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 >>