Student organizations will expand your college experience, helping you build a personal network with Purdue FNR peers, industry professionals and alumni. Participating in a student organization will provide you with opportunities to receive valuable insight on job prospects, industry news, internships and unique experiences.
Listed below are student organization officers, meeting times, office hours and links to club websites. For more information, feel free to contact a club officer or faculty advisor. View
Student Opportunities for information on study abroad, honors and leadership opportunities.
To purchase FNR merchandise, contact Student Council officers. Water bottles, shirts, cutting boards, portfolios, sweatshirts and more items are available to order.
Meeting Dates and Events
The Student Council is comprised of the cabinet, the president of each departmental club, a representative elected from each departmental club, overall sophomore representative, and an overall freshmen representative. If you would like to purchase FNR Merchandise contact the Student Council Officers.
Undergraduate Student Council Officers
The Council’s purpose is to promote coordination and cooperation among students, student organizations and faculty in the Department of Forestry & Natural Resources. It is composed of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and representatives from each departmental student organization and the freshman and sophomore classes.
Meetings Times: 6:00pm, Every other Monday, PFEN 120
FNR Ambassadors are student volunteers who value the opportunity to share their passion for the department and Purdue with visitors to campus. Whether the visit is from a prospective student, an alumnus, a tour group, or one of the department’s many stakeholders, ambassadors assist in providing visitors with useful information, answering questions about the department’s programs, and showcasing the caring and inclusive atmosphere that is a hallmark of FNR. Ambassadors also serve as mentors to new freshmen and transfer students by sharing information about courses, career experiences, study tips, and more. Ambassadors play an important role by serving as the department’s student representatives with whom the public interacts. It is the ambassadors’ responsibility to demonstrate to all with whom they interact the proficiency, pride, and professionalism that all faculty, staff, and students in the department value.