Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

We believe that the academic development of students necessarily includes their participation in extracurricular activities.  This enables students to explore interests outside of their typical schoolwork as well as promote intellectual skills (such as diverse and multilevel thinking), social/professional skills (teamwork, mentorship, peer interaction, time management), physical skills (for those involved in varsity or intramural sports), and/or creativity.  More importantly, it enables our students to develop into well-rounded individuals who are both academically and socially prepared to excel in their chosen field of study.  Many graduate schools, professional schools, or potential employers value extracurricular activity when evaluating potential candidates.

The two clubs associated with Neuroscience are the Scranton Neuroscience Society (SNS) and the Nu Rho Psi Honors Society.