Ag Awareness Party in the Quad
Agriculture Ambassadors are students that assist in the promotion of the Department of Agriculture to prospective students and the public. Through their activities, Ambassadors promote the department, student life, Texas State, careers in agriculture, and the value of higher education. Ambassador activities take place on the Texas State campus, the state of Texas, and occasionally out of state.
For more information or to join contact Club President Brittany Rivera at email@example.com or 210-710-1857. Dues are $20 per year, or $15 per semester.
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.
2006 Texas State CDE Invitational
Delta Tau AlphaDelta 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.
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The Horticulture Club was established to offer students an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and involvement in horticulture. Students gain interest in learning more about the agriculture industry and its development through the club's many activities, such as participating in an annual Agriculture Department poinsettia plant sale, organizing plant sales and taking trips to local gardens. Students are involved in the community and regularly volunteer at the San Marcos Nature Center, as well as with other community gardens. Members also attend various conventions and seminars where they can network with business owners and professionals in the industry, potentially leading to great career opportunities.
Pre-Vet Society Members at 2007 Ag Awareness Party in the Quad
The Pre-Vet Society is designed to assist the student in building their resume and current skills in order to be competitive with respect to experience and applied knowledge in preparation for applying to a Veterinary Program. Student activities include an annual Dog Wash, and an Annual Symposium in addition to strategic industry field trips.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed membership information and a calendar of events or go to www.myspace.com/txstateprevet.
Livestock Judging Team
The Collegiate Livestock Judging Team was added to the list of organizations that are supported by the Ag Department.
For more information please contact James Missildine at email@example.com.