Department Of Animal Science
The Department of Animal Science sponsors eight student clubs, each oriented toward a specific area.
Clubs and organizations on campus help you take classroom learning one-step further, outside the classroom. In a club you can build lasting friendships with fellow students and faculty members, and participate in professional activities that often lead to future career opportunities. In addition, participation in departmental clubs encourages personal growth through development of leadership, communication and organizational skills. Going to college doesn’t just entail going to classes. Going to classes is just merely one aspect of the “total college experience.”
CASNR students at Oklahoma State University are presented with numerous opportunities to be involved on campus in student organizations and teams. In CASNR alone, there are more than 30 student clubs and organizations. In addition to these clubs and organizations, there are also numerous judging and competition teams in CASNR in which students have the opportunity to participate. Campus-wide, there are more than 350 student clubs and organizations available to students. Getting involved in a departmental club is easy. Simply attend a club meeting. Meeting times and places are posted in or near the Animal Science Building. See you there!
Animal Science Leadership Alliance
ASLA seeks to enhance the Department of Animal Science through creating cutting-edge recruitment tools, engaging in strategic leadership activities, providing educational and social programming to meet student's needs, and connecting current students with animal science faculty to build relationships that will last a lifetime.
Block and Bridle Club
Oklahoma State University's chapter of Block & Bridle strives to promote animal agriculture both on and off campus, while forming lifelong friendships and developing the professional skills of its members.
Dairy Science Club
Dairy Science Club provides students with an interest in the dairy cattle and dairy food industries an organization that will help develop those interests and provide professional contacts.
Food Science Club
The Food Science Club allows students to network among many different food companies and learn about various internship opportunities.
The OSU Horsemen's Association was formed to meet the needs of students specifically interested in horses.
Meat Science Association
Meat Science Association promotes the scholastic importance among members of the organization and encourages activities related to meat science.
Oklahoma Collegiate Cattlemen’s Association
OCCA is a campus-wide organization that consists of men involved in the cattle industry, agriculture or other livestock industries. They work to promote agriculture throughout Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Collegiate Cattlewomen’s Association
OCCW assist the Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc. in their efforts to promote the welfare of the livestock industry through educational activities. They sell Eat Beef merchandise (license plates, t-shirts) through their website.