Clubs and Organizations
We invite you to get involved. Search our college clubs and organizations and contact the advisor listed for how to join.
Create friendships. Build leadership skills. Have fun.
As a representative body of all of the official CALS clubs, Agri-Life Council voices the opinions and desires of all CALS students. It also promotes leadership and enthusiasm in areas of agriculture and life sciences.
Agricultural and Extension Education Club
Supports and advances agricultural education programs, Cooperative Extension programs, and organizations associated with agricultural and extension education.
Students network with agricultural industry professionals. The club supports members in earning internships and career opportunities.
Promotes interest in agriculture, educates the general public about the importance of agriculture, encourages student-faculty interactions and enhances students’ understanding of local and global agricultural industries.
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
The club hosts speakers, social events, professional development seminars and tours of local engineering firms for students majoring in or interested in biological and agricultural engineering.
Animal Science Club
Students in the Animal Science Club are interested in promoting and providing interactions with livestock industries and producers. Also, visit the Animal Science Club website for information.
Bass Pack Club
Members improve their skills and share knowledge and experience in bass fishing.
Stimulate interest and provide academic support and career advice to students in biochemistry.
The club promotes and encourages scholarly interactions among students interested in the fundamental study of plants.
As the student voice of the college, CALS ambassadors serve as liaisons between the campus and the community.
CALS Undergraduate Journal Club
Familiarize students with advanced literature in science and improve skills of understanding, presenting and debating current topics of active research.
Promote communication and leadership skills in a supportive atmosphere.
CERES Women’s Agricultural Fraternity
Sisterhood for women from rural backgrounds who share an interest in agriculture.
Collegiate 4-H Club
The Collegiate 4-H Club provides service to 4-H, the university and the surrounding community.
FFA provides opportunities to develop agricultural leaders and provide social and service activities for members.
Collegiate Horseman’s Association
Interest in equine-related opportunities. No horse ownership or experience necessary.
Companion Animal Club
The club includes students from all majors interested in enhancing their knowledge of companion animals and spending time with people with similar interests.
Delta Tau Alpha Honor Society
Promote academic scholarship in the Agricultural Institute as well as public service in and around the community.
The Equestrian-Western Club is a group of committed riders who compete in Horsemanship and Reining through the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA).
Farm Bureau Young Ranchers and Farmers Club
Interested in having an impact on the future of farming? The YR&F Club offers opportunities to develop leadership traits and public speaking skills and gives exposure to current issues in agriculture from state and national leaders. Members serve on special Farm Bureau committees, county Farm Bureau boards of directors, and testify at public hearings as experts addressing concerns of farmers and ranchers.
Food Science Club
Encourage leadership and a fuller understanding of the scope of food science and technology within the university and the community.
Golf Course Superintendents Assn. of America
Explore opportunities within the Golf Course Management curriculum.
The Herpetology Club is a group of enthusiastic amateur herpetologists involved in research, fellowship and education.
The Horticulture Club promotes the science of horticulture and provides opportunities for fellowship and leadership through positive student and faculty relationships.
International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering
The student chapter of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering increases awareness of employment opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry.
The Jefferson Scholars program provides an environment of fellowship and support for students interested in both science and the humanistic disciplines. The group meets biweekly, goes on trips, and engages in service projects.
March of Dimes Collegiate Council
Educate college women about the benefits of healthy lifestyles to help prevent congenital disabilities.
Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS)
MAPS is the academic support group for pre-medical and other pre-health students preparing for professional school.
National Society of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS)
Promote agricultural and related sciences among ethnic minorities by developing a sense of responsibility to give back to the community and charitable causes.
NC State University Chapter of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
Provide academic guidance to students with interests in engineering. Information provided regarding career and leadership opportunities and community service.
Poultry Science Club
The Poultry Science Club promotes poultry and fellowship among agricultural students.
Pre-Veterinary Medical Association
Students explore multiple paths within the veterinary field and opportunities for interaction through leadership and fellowship. Also, visit the organization’s official website.
Sigma Alpha Professional Agriculture Sorority
Women with agricultural interests can join Sigma Alpha and develop lasting relationships, explore career opportunities and participate in community and leadership activities.
Young Scientist Club
Enrich student’s experiences in the sciences through tutoring, demonstrations, science fair judging at local elementary and middle schools.
Want to explore more clubs? Visit the Get Involved website for a directory of official NC State organizations.