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Science Undergraduate Student Council

The School of Science Undergraduate Student Council serves as a conduit between undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Science and the University at large. It is a great way for undergraduate students to get involved and receive funding for their organizations. Our meetings are open to all Science Undergraduate Students.

Current Projects







Artwork for the Science Buildings

Some science students have suggested that the walls in SL and LD seem rather bare. Therefore, we have made one of our projects to add to these buildings’ aesthetics. Artwork comes in many styles and mediums, so let us know if you have pieces or ideas for this project. We hope to make the displays science-related. Perhaps you have an interesting fluorescence microscopy image from your research which could be displayed on a wall with a short description of the image’s significance? The possibilities are endless.


Funding Requests

The School of Science Undergraduate Student Council has funds to support science clubs' events. We ask that clubs interested in receiving funding throughout the academic year send a representative to our weekly council meetings. Clubs without regular representation will not receive funding. Please also ensure that your request will support undergraduate science students. We tend to favor requests which will support a large portion if not all undergraduate science students.

To submit a request, please fill out the downloadable forms below and submit them to SOSUSC Treasurer Julian Dilley in person or via email at

Funding Request Form (.pdf)

For additional sources of student organization funding, please visit:

Thank you for your interest!