Alpha Epsilon Delta is the world's largest organization devoted to premedical education, with a national membership exceeding 100,000. The society recognizes students for academic excellence and service to the community.
Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a national honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences, particularly undergraduates.
The Biosociety is the student-run biology club. It sponsors the organization of departmental seminars, service opportunities, and social events.
Davidson Students Volunteer for Science is a service organization dedicated to bringing inquiry-based, hands-on science lessons to local middle schools.
The Minority Association for Pre-Medical Students seeks to provide an encouraging and productive environment where pre-health professional students participate in community service and academic enrichment activities.
Davidson College Neuroscience Club offers students interested in neuroscience a forum for discussing relevant topics including ethics, neuorphilosophy, and current research.
The Pre-Dental Society seeks to educate Davidson students about dental careers, to offer mentoring opportunities, and to inform students about the Dental Admission Test (DAT) and dental school admissions.
The Premedical Society sponsors a number of health-oriented programs, such as Alternative Medicine programs, volunteering opportunities, and presentations from admission deans from medical schools such as Wake Forest and Washington University.
The Pre-Physician Assistant Society seeks to educate students about careers as physician assistants, to invite physician assistants and deans of physician-assistant programs to campus to discuss these career options, and to inform students about application issues such as the Graduate Record Examination and Central Application Service for Physician's Assistants.