Student Life

What do employers want to see on resumes from new graduates? Indicators of initiative, responsibility,  leadership, and team building skills. Participation in clubs  and organizations is the most effective way to help  distinguish your resume from your competition. Check out all the clubs for your major and get involved.

Community Service

Classes and Community Service

A mother and baby at a local hospital
Our classes engage in learning activities that directly benefit the community, from providing pet therapy for convalescent home residents, nutrition education in Spanish at community centers, or producing clothing at accessories for newborns at a local hospital. Students learn about their future careers in classes but they also learn how their profession might give back to the community.  

Student Clubs and Community Service

Community service
Many student clubs in the College of Agriculture perform community service activities, ranging from toy drives for children, fundraising efforts to fight cancer, holding food drives for the needy, or beautifying the campus. For more information, visit our student clubs and organizations page.

Events and Activities for the Community

Check out our Pumpkin Festival, Tractor and Car Show, Sunday Horse Show, Farm Store, Danny's Farm, Agriculture Field Day and much more.