The College of Agriculture & Technology faculty encourages our students to become involved in campus life by joining student organizations, especially those related to their disciplines. Listed below are clubs and organizations associated with the College of Agriculture & Technology.
Alpha Tau Alpha
A national honorary organization which promotes the highest ideals and standards of the Agricultural Education profession by enabling closer relationships with individuals who have chosen teaching or a related field within agriculture.
A social and professional organization for all majors with an interest in agricultural production, marketing or agricultural communications. Activities include tours of local agribusiness and guest speakers from industry leaders.
Block and Bridle
A chapter of the National Block and Bridle Club which provides students an opportunity to develop livestock skills and interact with others interested in the advancement of animal agriculture.
Agribusiness Club is a social and professional organization for all majors with an interest in agricultural production, marketing, or agricultural communications. Activities include tours of local agribusinesses and guest speakers from industry leaders.
For students who want to continue their leadership development while at the university. We are affiliated with the national FFA organization. Membership is open to all who are pursuing a degree in agriculture and/or were in the FFA in high school. The goals and purposes of the organization are to develop leadership, provide recreational and educational activities or programs, provide a service function to the Agricultural Education profession and support scholarly activity.
Delta Tau Alpha
An honorary society for students majoring in any field of agriculture. It is open to students who have completed at least 45 hours of course work, 12 of which must have been in agriculture, and have a GPA in the upper 35% of all students in the College of Agriculture & Technology.
The purpose of the Equine Club is to educate ASU students about the history, understanding, use, and care of horses. We provide a safe learning environment for students with no prior experience to develop proper horsemanship skills. We also compete in some local and state competitions and host equine related events at ASU. All majors are welcome to join the Equine Club.
Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club
Promotes leadership skills and provides opportunities for members to develop friendships with others interested in veterinary medicine. Membership is open to all students interested in veterinary medicine. The club holds regular meetings, attends seminars related to veterinary medicine, visits with practicing veterinarians, and tours veterinary schools.
Plant Science Club
Is open to all plant science majors. Its purpose is to bring students together for social and professional reasons.