Individualized Attention To Help You Succeed

As a student in the biology program at Concord University, you are more than a number. You are a member of our academic family. The focus of our program is to help you succeed as a student and in your future career.​

  • All lectures and labs are taught by faculty, not graduate students​
  • Small class sizes allow for individual attention in lecture and lab​
  • Extensive interaction with biology faculty in and outside of class​
  • Advising and career planning by biology faculty member rather than counselor​
  • Freshmen Biology Seminar provides academic success skills such as notetaking, studying, writing, test taking, and time management​
  • Peer mentoring program where students work closely with upper level students to increase success
  • Sophomore Biology Seminar provides guidance in career planning and development of professional skills​
  • Faculty emphasize the importance of and assist with gaining experience (shadowing, research, internship, community service, etc.) for your future career
  • Upper-level students tutor and mentor underclassmen​
  • Student organizations provide opportunities for personal development and interaction with individuals with shared interests​
    • Pre-professional Association Towards Careers in Health (PATCH)​
    • Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society​
    • Eco Club