Agronomy Clubs, Teams, & Organizations

participate in agronomy Outside the Classroom

One of the best perks of Agronomy is the opportunity to network and build relationships through our clubs, teams, and organizations. By participating you will set yourself up for academic and professional success and maybe make some friends along the way. Immersing yourself in activities outside of the classroom will enhance your agronomy experience, establish relationships and make your time here even more fun.

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Sherry Fulk-Bringman
Laboratory & Outreach Coordinator

Clubs, Teams, & Organizations


Agronomy Club is for students with a passion for Agronomy and the Agriculture industry. Many of our members have farming backgrounds, some aren't majoring in agriculture at all. Anyone with an interest in Agronomy is welcome to join!

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Agronomy Ambassadors are an unique group of students ​selected to represent the Purdue Agronomy department. They meet with and give tours to guests and prospective students. Ambassadors also represent the department of agronomy at many fun events. Ambassadors contribute highly to the outreach and image of agronomy. We select our Ambassadors in the spring semester.

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The Agronomy Graduate Student Organization (AGSO) focuses on:

  • Professional development for agronomy graduate students
  • Creating a platform to celebrate student research, sharing, and career milestones
  • Community building

More information will be coming soon as AGSO develops a new website and grows their social media presence. You can follow AGSO on:

  • Twitter (@agrygso_purdue)
  • Facebook (/agrygso.purdue)
  • Instagram (@agrygso_purdue)
  • YouTube (@agronomygso_purdue)


The Purdue Crops Team is a competitive group of students who want to acquire hands-on experiences and knowledge in preparation for careers in the seed, plant and agronomic business field.   Their contests involve plant, seed, and weed identification, grain grading, and seed analysis, and written evaluations and calibrations.

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Purdue Agronomy Soils Team

The Soils Teams is comprised of students who are interested in studying, classifying, and judging soils. Some of our members have done soils judging before, while others are participating for the first time. Most of the students have majors within the college of agriculture and we encourage anyone to join. Experience is not necessary and any college level is welcome.

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