Leadership opportunities expand learning and make college fun
How do you make the most of your college experience? Current students and alumni say it straight forward: "Get involved." Through involvement in clubs and organizations, students in the College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences establish lifelong friendships, develop leadership skills, gain a better understanding of their profession, make a difference in communities, and strengthen their résumé for future employment.
More than 30 AgBio student organizations provide the opportunity to expand your classroom experience. Block and Bridle, Collegiate 4-H, Microbiology club, and Wildlife Conservation club are just the beginning. See the Student Resource Guide for a complete list.
Being on competitive teams is another way to get involved. Whether your specialty is crops, dairy, livestock, meats, range plants, wool, flowers, or soils, you could compete at the regional, national, or international level. SDSU's rodeo team, which is affiliated with the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, is another place to get involved.