One of the oldest clubs on campus; students participate in fun activities as well
as community service, on and off campus. Ag Club focuses on creating a sense of community
and family within the Agriculture Department and particularly amongst the other student
Meetings: 1st Wednesday of the Month during common hour, Magill 106
Collegiate FFA is a National Organization that was developed in 1931 as a continuation
of FFA beyond high school. The purpose of this chapter is to create positive opportunities
for fun, leadership, networking, service, personal and professional growth, and success
in the agricultural industry. This organization is open to all students who are involved
in agriculture coursework through Southeast Missouri State University.
Meetings: 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm in Magill room 106
To help affiliates be a part of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association. Strive to have members learn about the industry and gain contacts for information and possible job opportunities, keep members informed about local cattlemen's events.
Farm Bureau is open to all interested in Ag and helps to bring multiple sections of
agriculture together for advancement of our industry. The Southeast Chapter of Farm
Bureau is one of five collegiate Farm Bureau chapters in Missouri sponsored by the
National Farm Bureau. The club is involved in agricultural issues and participates
in service and social activities with a focus on agriculture.
Meetings: 2nd Wednesday of the Month during common hour, Magill 106
The agriculture honor society is an invitational club for those in the top 35 percent
of their class. The club is active at the national and regional level, participating
in the annual convention and other local activities. This club focuses on helping
the community, providing opportunities to help build your resume and allowing members
to come together during club events and activities.
Meetings: 4th Wednesday of the Month during common hour, Magill 106
Focuses students on promoting horsemanship, being safe and responsible around horses, proper equine riding skills and gives students the opportunity to ride for pleasure and/or competitively.
The club is very active in all aspects of horticulture, bringing together majors and
non-majors interested in horticulture. They are active in sponsoring fun trips to
visit unique horticultural enterprises, and performing campus and community service
Meetings: 3rd and 5th Wednesday of the Month during common hour, Magill 106
To allow students the opportunity to gain experience working with cattle in preparation for exhibition along with communicating with real producers from around the state and nation.
For those students who are serious about becoming veterinarians and those who are
interested in animals and animal welfare. Activities center on animal interests and
improving their vet school applications.
Meetings: 3rd Wednesday of the Month during common hour, Magill 108
For more information on any organization please call: 573.651.2106
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