Biology - Special Opportunities

Student League of Sciences

The purpose of the Lindsey Wilson Student League of Sciences is to advance the pre-professional science student by providing members with access to research materials; an index of Internet contacts; student tutorials; and updates on events and programs associated with regional schools of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and other science-related graduate programs.

SLS members are committed to taking an active role in the overall health and vitality of our surrounding community. One project resulted in the establishment of a recycling program at Lindsey Wilson. This movement was deemed "Be Aware" in an effort to make students aware of the economic and ecological benefits of recycling. Another project brought a campus-wide forum to campus to discuss the implications of the U.S. war in Central Asia. Five scholars -- both from the region and Lindsey Wilson faculty - addressed a crowd from the Lindsey Wilson and local communities.

In addition to assisting pre-professional science students, SLS also offers experiences that expand students' horizons beyond south central Kentucky. You may travel to an interesting destination or participate in a student conference.

Unlimited Pathways to Biology & Mathematics in Southcentral Kentucky

The Unlimited Pathways to Biology & Mathematics in Southcentral Kentucky (UP) project will recruit 15 unique, domestic, low-income students with academic ability, talent or potential, and demonstrated financial need, interested in pursuing degrees in biology and math. Click here for more information or if you have questions please contact

Secondary Education STEM Programs

Lindsey Wilson College offers a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Secondary Mathematics and Biology Education. Launch your STEM teaching career!

Early Assurance Program

The Early Assurance Program (EAP) partnership between Lindsey Wilson College and the UK College of Medicine-Bowling Green (UKCOM-BG) will focus on the physician workforce needs in South Central/Western regions of Kentucky. Notify Dr. Melissa Clauson, EAP Coordinator at LWC, of your intent to apply by email