Student Clubs & Teams
Student Clubs & Teams
Belonging to and participating in clubs and organizations create tremendous benefits, including adapting to university life, making lasting friendships, learning about organizational structure and leadership, and providing a social outlet. Acquaintances made in these activities become a professional and personal network you will use throughout your career.
The College of Agriculture offers a wide variety of opportunities for students. Additionally, we rely on student leaders and organizations to assist our departments, research centers, and college in a variety of ways, including many competitions and activities which originate and/or are supported by student clubs. We encourage and need your involvement. We urge you to join the leaders in science, technology, and management.
|Food Marketing Team|
|Livestock Judging Team|
|Rangeland Management Team|
|Crop Science and Horticulture Club|
|Society of Agriculture Managers|
|Stock Dog Association|
|Sustainable Agriculture Club|
|United Students of Agriculture|
|Young California Cattlemen's Association|
Alpha Zeta is a professional organization of men and women whose educational and career objectives fall within the broadly defined field of agriculture and natural resources, dedicated to the highest levels of scholarship, leadership, integrity, and service. CA-Eta was founded in 2005. Alpha Zeta has multiple service projects throughout the school year, including support for College of Agriculture events and various other community service projects.
Collegiate FFA's mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Collegiate FFA provides a number of professional development opportunities to help students get an edge in today’s job market. Whether you are looking for a career in education or industry, Collegiate FFA has what you need to jump start your career!
Crop Science and Horticulture Club
The CSU, Chico Crop Science and Horticulture Club offers an organization designed to help connect persons with similar majors or common interests in the field of agriculture and general plant science. The Crop Science and Horticulture Club works to engage in activities at the campus farm and sometimes conduct fundraising efforts by selling plants and agricultural produce.
The Pre-veterinary Network is an advising network for students interested in going to Veterinary School after graduation. Their mission is to develop strategies for students to become more competitive in the veterinary and graduate school application process, while networking with professional school and industry representatives.
Sigma Alpha is a National Professional Agriculture Sorority with a local chapter here at California State University, Chico. Sigma Alpha is committed to promoting women in agriculture and encourages members to strive for scholarship, leadership, and service.
As a chapter Sigma Alpha participates in several professional development, philanthropic, and just plain fun activities. Past calendar of events have included Ag Day on Campus, Agriculture in The Classroom, The Boys and Girls Club Community Challenge, The Durham Pump Picnic, as well as monthly sisterhood events and business meetings.
Society of Ag Managers
The Society of Ag Managers work to provide opportunity for agricultural students at California State University, Chico to develop a better understanding of and appreciation for the agri-business sector. Members of the association will have the opportunity to acquaint themselves with other members and professionals within the agricultural industry. Members will be able to develop personal contacts and become better informed of employment opportunities. S.A.M strives to provide activities to promote leadership, organizational, and communication skills of its members.
Stock Dog Association
The purpose of the Stock Dog Association is to promote the understanding and training of stockdogs for their use in the livestock industry and to develop livestock handling skills among our fellow students.
Sustainable Agriculture Club
The Sustainable Agriculture Club of Chico State intends to bring together those students with a love of agriculture, a concern for the health of the environment, and desire for positive change. Through our three principles of learning, doing, and sharing, the club is full of opportunities. These include workshops, conferences, guest speakers, hands-on activities, farm tours, job opportunities, K-12 classroom involvement, outreach, and more. Through common interests, we can weave a foundation that will strengthen the individual as well as the planet.
United Students of Agriculture
The United Students of Agriculture is the Chico State chapter of the National Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) organization. Our Chapter is founded on Career Preparation, Outreach, Philanthropy, and Mentorship; all club activities fall under one of these guiding pillars. It is our goal to create a diverse, open-minded, and fun environment for all who wish to join us. Past events have included: industry speakers, resume workshops, and question and answer forums for new students.
Young Cattlemen's Association
Chico State Young Cattlemen's Association is part of a statewide organization and affiliated with the California Cattlemen's Association, with a goal to educate those either in the cattle industry or who wish to become involved. Through monthly meetings, seminars, workshops, and field day events, YCA works to keep students, cattlemen, and the community up to date with current issues pertaining to the cattle industry.