The Mission of the BioSAC

The Biological Sciences Student Advisory Council, BioSAC, provides undergraduate bio majors with an institution that promotes academic excellence, free exchange of ideas, ethical behavior, responsibility to the campus and society and commitment to work. The BioSAC was created to advise the department to better serve students in terms of academics, future professional goals and personal development. When students leave Carnegie Mellon they will not only be prepared for society's challenges, but also leave with a unique undergraduate experience.

Why Should I Become Involved?

The BioSAC is involved with numerous activities both within the department and the campus community. By becoming a member of the BioSAC you have the opportunity to make a difference on campus by addressing curricular issues and concerns that effect your daily campus life. You will also be able to network for internship and career opportunities through guest speakers, trips to local technology firms and discussions with career speakers. By being an active member, you will interact with students that share the same interests as you and will also show your dedication to your department.

How Can I Become a Member?

If you are a Biological Sciences student interested in actively participating in departmental and campus activities, email or check out the events calendar for the next meeting time and place.