Make friends. Get involved. The School of Agriculture and Food has a number of student
clubs and organizations to help you find your niche.
Promoting the improvement and increase the interest among students of Animal Science
and to bring closer relationships among men and women pursuing some phase of Animal
Science as a profession.
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential
for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural
The club’s mission is to provide an environment for students with an interest in
food science and to promote food science as an education/career choice.
Let’s improve lifestyles, the environment, and behaviors toward healthfulness.
This organization strives to promote the improvement and increase the interest among
students of Animal Science and to bring closer relationships among men and women
pursuing some phase of Animal Science as a profession.
Spreading knowledge of organic farming practices and provide opportunities for students
to get involved with sustainable agriculture.
Promoting all facets of ariculture and to strengthen the bonds of friendship among
them. It is the purpose of the member to strive for achievements in scholarship,
leadership, and service.
Promoting ethical practices, technical competency, and professional standards in the environmental fields and to promote academic and career development in Environmental Protection.
Providing current information on trends in the profession of dietetics and advancements
in the field; provide professional development and networking opportunities to
The mission of the WVU Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology is to unite
and inspire members with a love for nature and wildlife. We will promote awareness
of global, regional, and local conservation issues and encourage participation
in conservation efforts by providing career and networking opportunities for members
as well as engaging the community through citizen science and hands-on activities.
Uniting collegiate horsemen at WVU and work together with friendship and professionalism;
to promote the entire equine industry and spread knowledge of all its aspects to
our collegiate members; to bring about a closer relationship between members and
leaders of the horse industry through affiliations.
Enhancing fellowship, friendship, and service through educational opportunities and
promotion of the dairy cattle industry.
WVU Horticulture Club
Increasing interest in Plant and Soil Sciences and related fields.
Fostering leadership development, to provide an atmosphere of social enrichment,
and to offer opportunities for students to explore the various aspects of the veterinary
field through a supportive, peer-based community.
The WVU Soils Team is a nationally recognized team of undergraduate students who,
though training and practice, have developed skills for the description, analysis,
and interpretation of soils and landscapes. It competes in the Southeast Region
of the National Soils Contest.
Want to see what other student organizations are available? A complete list of student
organizations is available on the
WVU Davis College website.