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Get the most out of your experience by getting involved!

The College of Agricultural Sciences has dozens of clubs and activities that will help you find communities related to your interests, explore topics completely new to you, make contacts to find internships and jobs after graduation, and have a ton of fun along the way. Check out the options and opportunities below. 

CAS Club Leadership Team

The CAS Club Leadership Team serves as a lead and promotional body for sstudent clubs and organizations within the College. CLT members are selected thorugh an application and interview process cunducted by a committee of peers and the advisor in order to achieve the goals of the College and its constituents; to facilitate professional development, camaraderie, and communication; to promote student activities and events; and to provide resources and opportunities to further the understanding of the diversity of agriculture in Oregon and the world. Such activities create an environment to foster student and group exploration in the world of agricultural sciences and to engage them in a meaningful college experience at Oregon State University.

Agricultural Student Clubs & Organizations

Below is a list of many student clubs within the College of Agricultural Sciences, which any student can join regardless of major. All are welcome!

Group

Advisor

Agricultural Education Josh Stewart
Ag Education and Agricultural Sciences
American Fisheries Society Student Chapter Scarlett Arbuckle
Fisheries and Wildlife
   
Collegiate 4-H  
Collegiate FFA Lee Letsch
Agricultural Sciences
Crop Science Club Stephan Seiter
Crop and Soil Science
   
Dairy Club

Jenifer Cruickshank

Animal & Rangeland Science

Food and Fermentation Club

Elizabeth Tomasino

Food Science & Technology

Fisheries & Wildlife Graduate Student Association

Selina Heppell

Fisheries & Wildlife 

Fisheries & Wildlife Undergraduate Student Association

Scarlett Arbuckle
Fisheries and Wildlife

Horticulture Club Al Shay
Horticulture
   
International Agriculture Club

Paul Dorres

Academic Programs Office

Meat Science Club

Nathan Parker

Animal & Rangeland Sciences

Minorities in Agriculture Natural 
Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS)
Wanda Crannell
Bioresource Research
Organic Growers Club James Cassidy
Crop and Soil Science
   
Poultry Science Club

James Hermes

Animal & Rangeland Sciences

OSU APVMA (Pre-Vet)

Erica McKenzie
Veterinary Medicine

Giovanna Rosenlicht
Animal & Rangeland Science

SACNAS Wanda Crannell
Bioresource Research
Sheep Club

Michelle Kutzler

Animal & Rangeland Sciences

Sigma Alpha Sorority

Jessica Jansen

Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom

Soil Science Club Will Austin
Crop and Soil Science
Steer-A-Year

Matt Kennedy Animal & rangeland Sciences

Meliisa Millhollin Academic Advisor & Instructor

   
Vitis

James Osborne

Food Science & Technology

   
   

College of Agricultural Sciences Ambassadors

Would you enjoy developing and enhancing your public speaking, time management skills, individual and group dynamics while engaging in activities that promote the College of Agricultural Sciences? You can develop these skills, prepare for student and pre-professional success, and enjoy doing so with several other students by becoming an Ambassador.

Ambassadors have the opportunity to attend on and off-campus recruiting events; make presentations; attend professional conferences, stakeholder events; engage in the marketing and promotion efforts; and host students and parents to campus. As an Ambassador, you are able to meet and make valuable relationships with students, alumni, and staff throughout Oregon State University.

OSU Student Clubs

List of all the student organizations who are recognized by OSU.