AGRICULTURE RELATED CLUBS
These clubs were established for the students to become involved in organizations within their specialized fields for the purpose of self-development, socialization, and for their particular interests.
Agriculture Education Club
The Ag. Ed. Club makes a positive difference in the lives of Ag Ed majors by developing premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. Various activities that the club participates in include cookouts, community service, and educational trips.
Ozark Fisheries & Wildlife Association
The purpose of Ozark Fisheries & Wildlife Association is to provide students interested in the field of conservation, fisheries, and/or wildlife management an organization with the benefits of professional experience through activities like cookouts, a deer aging workshop, wildlife counts, and wilderness first aid training.
The purpose of the Horticulture Club is to provide additional opportunities in horticulture through social events, trips and speakers. Some activities of the club are community service projects, visiting horticultural gardens and industries, and participation in the College's fall Homecoming.
Collegiate Farm Bureau Aggie Club
The purpose of the Aggie Club is to provide students with an interest in agriculture an opportunity to be involved in campus and community activities. Typical club activities in the fall semester include hosting Barnwarming (dance, fun and games), along with participating in Senior Day, community service, and Homecoming activities.
Delta Tau Alpha
Delta Tau Alpha (DTA) is a selective national agriculture honor society. Qualifying is based upon the student’s cumulative grade point average and the number of credit hours completed in Agriculture courses. The purpose of Delta Tau Alpha is to promote and recognize high standards of scholarship, leadership, and character among agricultural students. DTA stands for “Dedicated to Agriculture” and is a chapter of one of the largest national agriculture honor societies. Activities typically include a Homecoming booth, a community benefit project, and a biennial Agriculture Career Symposium.
The Pre-Vet Club exists to provide resources to better prepare Pre-Veterinary students at College of the Ozarks for veterinary school and a lifetime career in serving animals and their owners, to serve the local community, and to encourage traits such as leadership, compassion, initiative, and dedication. The Club also provides any student who is interested in veterinary medicine with an understanding of the College's Pre-Veterinary program, veterinary college information, and general animal care.