To get the most out of your experience, you want to be involved!

    Students who participate in one or more extra-curricular activities learn how to manage their time and do better academically than students who don't get involved.

    OSU and the College of Agricultural Sciences offer you numerous opportunities to be active and to gain leadership skills.

    The College of Agricultural Sciences has numerous clubs and activities based on your area of academic interest. And, you can engage in athletics, social, spiritual and cultural groups — and a whole lot more.

    Agricultural Executive Council

    The Agricultural Executive Council serves as a governing and promotional body for students and clubs within the college of Agricultural Sciences representing about 25 clubs and organizations. The council is chosen by their peers 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. 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

    As a student in the College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS), you gain so much from participating in student clubs, activities, professional organizations, and intercollegiate competitions. And, you have a lot of fun too! You can join any club no matter what your academic major is.

    Ambassadors for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources

    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 and the College of Forestry? You can develop these skills, prepare for student and pre-professional success, and enjoy doing so with several other students from both Colleges by becoming an Ambassador for Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resources.

    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 of both colleges; 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

    Listing of student organizations who are recognized by OSU.