Agricultural and Environmental Economics Club
To provide information regarding agricultural and environmental aspects of industry and provide community service
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Randy Little
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Students do not have to have been a member of FFA in high school to become a member of Collegiate FFA
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carla Jagger
Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences
MANRRS purpose is to promote a professional network, career awareness and development; social support and fellowship for minorities and to help attract and retain minority students and faculty.
National Agri Marketing Association
NAMA helps students develop useful skills that can be used in the agricultural-marketing or general business sectors. NAMA provides great networking opportunities with agribusinesses as well as other ag-students across the nation. Each year, NAMA creates a unique marketing plan that will be used to compete against other NAMA chapter across the nation.
- Faculty Advisor: McKenzie Maples
National Association of Business Economics
NABE aims to provide for the mutual association of students in order to create a forum for the discussion of common economic problems.
- Faculty Advisor: Dr. Becky Smith