BSSA is an organization dedicated to improving the education of UCSD’s biology undergraduate population by providing programs that enrich personal, academic, and professional growth. We are a place where you can make friends, connections, and opportunities and we hope to help you find your passion in biology. BSSA is a resource for you to utilize during your time here at UCSD!
WE HAVE A VICTOR!
THE WINNER IS... DR. CHRISTINA JOHNSON!!!
Want to see Dr. Johnson get pied?? We will be having our pie-ing event soon! More details will be released in the next newsletter, so stay tuned! And a big thank you to everyone who participated in our fundraiser! We are able to provide 549 meals for those in need through Feeding San Diego. We would like to thank you all for your warmhearted donations. Hope to see you there when Dr. Johnson gets pied!
Educate: Help you learn about all of the resources available here at UCSD as an undergraduate biology major.
Enrich: Enrich your years here at UCSD through volunteer and social events. (College goes by fast!)
Empower: Empower you with the skills and experience to stand out amongst the crowd when applying in today's competitive post-graduate world.
With more than twenty percent of the University of California, San Diego’s undergraduate population declared as biology majors, the Biological Sciences Student Association (BSSA) plays a crucial role in expanding opportunities and enhancing the overall educational and social experiences of these students during their time here. In addition, BSSA assists in preparing students for a wide range of career opportunities. UCSD biology graduates go on to careers in many fields. Besides becoming scientists and physicians, they are teachers, administrators, health care professionals, business people, and lawyers. BSSA, which complements our strong degree programs, is run by a board of officers and receives administrative support from the Dean’s Office.