|Organization||Meeting Dates||Time||Location||Club Advisor||Club President|
|Ag Systems Association||1st Tue. of month||6:00 PM||AG 221||Dr. Saucier||Eric Minnick|
|Block and Bridle||1st Wed. of month||6:30 PM||204||Dr. Richardson|
|Bobcat Blend Composting||Thursdays||8:00 PM||Tantra Coffee House||Dr. Cade||Neil Kaufman|
|Collegiate FFA||Last Thu. of month||6:00 PM||AG 204||Dr. Morrish||Casey Roe|
|Equestrian Club||monthly on Sun.||7:00 PM||Ms. Kristi Boyd||Hanna Blackburn|
|Horticulture Club||Every other Thu.||5:00 PM||Greenhouse||Dr. Cade||Laura Moreno|
|MANRRS||Last Tue. of month||6:00 PM||AG 204||Dr. Saucier|
|Polo Club||Scrimmage on Fri.||5:30 PM||County Line Polo Club||Dr. Cade||Kelly Bringle|
|Pre-Vet Society||Every other Monday||6:30 PM||AG 202||Dr. Bonner||Lynanne Melton|
|Delta Tau Alpha||Honor Society, invitation only||Dr. Richardson|
|Pi Alpha Xi||Honor Society, invitation only||Dr. Cade|
This is an organization for students that are former members or have an interest in Agriculture Education and the National FFA Organization. The chapter sponsors numerous educational and social activities for members. Past activities include Homecoming events, Rabies Drive, numerous community services including Toys 4 Tots and food drives, along with hosting an annual Invitational Career Development Contest for Texas FFA members.
Delta Tau Alpha (DTA) is the National Agriculture Honor Society of men and women who are scholastically banded in their recognition and promotion of high standards in scholarship, leadership, and character among agriculture students. Members enjoy experiences ranging from fellowship in group outings to attending the National Convention, and are supportive of anything that promotes the profession of agriculture. Delta Tau Alpha's are recognized across campus as students who have succeeded not only scholastically, but as individuals as well.
The Horticulture Club is dedicated to the interest and teachings of plant cultivation, focusing on sustainable practices. Our goals include serving the community as well as creating a fun, enjoyable environment for fellow plant lovers. We are driven to help sustain our lives, the school and the local community using agricultural practices, as well as getting a little muddy and dirty. The club is open to all majors and persons at Texas State University (students, faculty and staff). We encourage you to stop by any meeting if you are interested!
Our meetings for the fall semester of 2013 are every other Thursday (9/26, 10/10, 10/24, etc.) at 5:15 p.m. in the NEW Agriculture Greenhouse at the intersection of Lindsey and North St.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the organization President, Laura Moreno, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pre-Vet Society is designed to assist the student in building resumes and current skills in order to be competitive in experience and applied knowledge when preparing to apply to a Veterinary Program. Student activities include an annual symposium, dog wash, as well as strategic industry field trips.
Contact email@example.com for detailed membership information and a calendar of events.