Student Organizations​

It's Your Responsibility: Participate

An important part of your college experience is your participation in professional and social activities outside of the classroom. It is your responsibility to make choices which help you build a network of key individuals, many of whom will be important professional contacts after you graduate from Purdue University.

Campus-wide, there are more than 740 student organizations from which to choose. Descriptions of many of these organizations are included in the booklet "Getting Involved at Purdue." You can get a copy of this booklet in Room 121 of the Agricultural Administration Building. You'll also find them listed in the Student Organization Database available on the Web.

Listed below are the 46 College of Agriculture student organizations and the telephone numbers of advisors who should be able to tell you when the next meeting of the organization will be held. Note that honorary organizations (*) usually select or elect members after the completion of the freshmen year or later.

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 Information about Student Organizations

Agricultural CouncilView Website Here
Ag AmbassadorsView Website Here
Agribusiness ClubView Website Here
Agricultural Communicators of TomorrowView Website Here
Agricultural Economics EnvoysContact Advisor:
Agricultural Systems Managment ClubView Website Here
Agronomy AmbassadorsView Website Here
Agronomy ClubView Website Here
Alpha Mu*View Website Here
Alpha Zeta*View Website Here
American Fisheries Society View Website Here
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)View Website Here
Animal Science AmbassadorsView Website Here
Biochemistry ClubView Website Here
Biological & Food Process Engineering ClubView Website Here
Block & Bridle ClubView Website Here
Botany ClubView Website Here
Collegiate FFA ClubView Website Here
Dairy ClubView Website Here
Ducks UnlimitedView Website Here
Environmental Science ClubView Website Here
Farm Management ClubView Website Here
Food Science ClubView Website Here
Forensic Science ClubView Website Here
Forest Products Research SocietyView Website Here
Forestry & Natural Resources Ambassador ProgramContact Advisor:
Forestry and Natural Resources Student CouncilView Website Here
Heifer International ClubView Website Here
Helping PawsView Website Here
Horticulture Society (Hort Club)View Website Here
Indiana Association of Agricultural Educators (IAAE-Purdue)View Website Here
Indiana Farm Bureau Collegiate Chapter at PurdueView Website Here
International Agricultural AmbassadorsView Website Here
Internationally Connected in Agriculture's Future (ICA Future)View Website Here
Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Related Sciences (MANRRS-Purdue)View Website Here
Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences AmbassadorView Website Here
Professional Sales & Agri-Marketing AssociationView Website Here
Purdue Ag Week Task ForceView Website Here
Purdue American Society of Landscape Architects (PASLA)View Website Here
Purdue Biomakers (Official iGEM Team)View Website Here
Purdue Collegiate 4-H ClubView Website Here
Purdue Diesel ClubView Website Here
Purdue Equestrian TeamView Website Here
Purdue Goat ClubView Website Here
Purdue Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (Pre-Vet Club)View Website Here
Purdue Rodeo AssociationView Website Here
Purdue Student Society of Arboriculture (PSSA)View Website Here
Purdue Western Equestrian Team (PWET)View Website Here
Sigma Lambda* AlphaView Website Here
Society of American ForestersView Website Here
Society of Biological EngineersContact Advisor:
Student Chapter of Environmental Education (SCEE)View Website Here
The Wildlife SocietyView Website Here
Thomas Say Entomological SocietyView Website Here
Turf ClubView Website Here
Zoological SocietyView Website Here

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