The University of Manitoba offers a wide array of clubs available to science students. These clubs all aim to help students connect with other students, build leadership skills and make their time at the University as positive as possible. 

The following is a list of Departmental Science Clubs. If you’re looking to get involved on campus or want to know more about a particular program, consider joining a club from your Department or a Department you’re interested in!

 
 
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BUGS (Biology undergraduate students' Association)

BUGS is run by biology students for biology students and for those on campus who are interested in biology. As a representative group, their goal is to provide a sense of community among biology students, as well as offer academic resources to help anyone taking courses within the department of biological sciences

Services provided include (for a $5 membership fee):
-Access to extensive exam banks
-Free monthly food giveaways
-Study and community space
-Professional Networking opportunities
-Volunteering and Work Opportunities
-Various events (socials, nature hikes, student mixers, bake sales, etc.)

Contact info:
bugs.uofm@gmail.com
Location:
111 Biological Sciences Building

 
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Chem club

Chem club is an undergraduate social group brought together by their enthusiasm for all things chemistry. Chem club is open to any current University of Manitoba students who are enrolled or have completed at least one second year or higher chemistry class.

Services provided include (for $30 membership fee):
- Free tutoring
- Free food giveaways
- Access to lab coats and goggles
- Access to study room and study break room
- Volunteer for many socials, fundraisers and outreach programs
 

Contact info:
uofmchemclub@gmail.com
Location:
134 Parker Building

 
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Cssa (computer science students' association)

The Computer Science Students' Association (CSSA) is welcome to all students and is founded on the needs of Computer Science students. Their group allows the voices of students to be heard by our department at bi-weekly meetings. They also coordinate events for students to participate in on a bi-weekly basis.

Service provided include:
- Maintaining a lounge for computer science students to meet other students in their program
- Host events for students in computer science and related fields, such as movie nights, programming contests, and board game nights

Contact info:
manitobacssa@gmail.com
Location:
E1-586 EITC

 
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Eigen Club: university of manitoba MATHematics CLUB

The math club is a student run club at the University of Manitoba focusing mostly on the world of mathematics.

Contact info:
heronm3@myumanitoba.ca

 

 
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OPUS (Organization of Physics Undergraduate Students)

Students in Physics & Astronomy usually belong to OPUS, whose purpose is to promote interest in the study of physics amongst the student body and general public. OPUS members have regular social and academic events including an annual trip of representatives that present their research work at the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference that is funded by the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Services provided include:
-Tutoring
-Review Sessions

Contact info:
opus.uofm@gmail.com
Location:
206 Allen Building

 
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UMs² (University of Manitoba Statistics Students)

The primary goal of University of Manitoba Statistics Students (UMs²) is to act as a platform to connect statistics students of all levels at the University of Manitoba. UMs² aims to provide students with valuable networks and friendships during their time as a student. A secondary goal (as a result of the primary goal) of UMs² is to help its members to build confidence-inspiring skills that are not typically developed in the classroom including leadership, management, public speaking, communication, and teamwork. As technical and analytical skills are learned in the classroom, students who are involved with UMs² experience other soft skills that they may eventually need in the workplace. To help build these skills, a long-term vision of UMs² is set to eventually start a scholarship that is self-sustainable to award select students each year. 

Services provided include:
- Furnished club room
- Monthly club events
- Review sessions for introductory level courses
- A group of awesome individuals to listen, cry, and celebrate with!

Contact info:
Robyn Ritchie – President: ritchi12@myumanitoba.ca
Location:
314 Machray Hall