Check out clubs of interest to Crop and Soil Sciences students below, and see a full list of clubs and organizations at CALS. Also, the NC State Student Organization Resource Center has information on more than 300 other student organizations.
The Agronomy Club promotes interest in agriculture with the general public. Members meet twice a month in Williams Hall.
Agroecology Education Farm
Located about 10 minutes from campus, the Agroecology Education Farm is the main “learning lab” for the Agroecology program and classes.
Students network with agricultural industry professionals and can participate in national marketing competitions.
Collegiate Soil Judging
Each year, NC State students participate in the Fall regional contest to qualify for national competition held in the Spring. The field skills learned are essential for career success in Crop and Soil Sciences.