A National Biological Honor Society


Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is a national biological honor society specific to undergraduates interested in scientific research and improving the understanding and appreciation of biological studies.

Tri Beta holds weekly meetings, sponsors speakers from various research-heavy professions and provides members with opportunities for community service.

TriBeta was founded in 1922 at Oklahoma City University by Dr. Frank G. Brooks along with a group of his students and quickly became a national organization. Since 1922, more than 200,000 undergraduates have been accepted into TriBeta and 670 different chapters have been established throughout the United States.

TriBeta meets every Thursday 5-6 p.m., Science 204. Everyone is welcome! 

How to Join TriBeta

Regular TriBeta membership requires students to have an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher, a science course GPA of 3.2 or higher and 2 semesters completed in an undergraduate program.

Associate TriBeta membership is open to all students who are interested.

There is a national fee and chapter fee that is required of all members. The fee ($50 General and $40 Associate membership plus a $5.00 Regis fee every semester) is due to Dr. Amy Schreier's office at Pomponio 222.

To apply for membership, students must fill out a membership application form and submit it to one of the presidents or faculty advisors.

Initiation takes place during spring semester, so all applications and fees must be submitted the fall semester prior.

Download TriBeta Membership Form

Download TriBeta Associate Membership Form

Regis University TriBeta Advisors and Officers

Faculty Advisors

Dr. Lara Shamieh, Biology Department Professor
Dr. Amy Schreier , Biology Department Professor