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- Alpha Tau Alpha
- Gamma Sigma Delta
- Phi Upsilon Omicron
- Xi Sigma Pi
- The Davis College Student Council
- Agriculture & Resource Economics Club
- Alpha Gamma Rho
- American Fisheries Society
- American Society of Interior Designers
- Block & Bridle Club
- Collegiate 4-H
- Collegiate Horsemen Association
- WVU Cooking Club
- Energy Land Management Association
- Fashion Business Association
- Food Science Club
- Forest Products Society
- Graduate Resource Economics Club GREC
- Graduate Student Association
- Graduate Student Organization
- Horticulture Club
- Livestock Judging Team
- Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences
- Plant & Soil Science Club
- Pre-Veterinary Club
- Professional Recreation & Parks Society
- Resource Economics and Management Club
- Sigma Alpha
- Society for Conservation Biology
- Society of American Foresters
- WVU Student Society of Arboriculture & Urban Forestry
- Society of Environmental Professionals
- Student Association of Nutrition & Dietetics
- Student Society of Landscape Architects
- Wildlife Society
- WVU Timbersports Club
No matter what your interest, it’s easy to connect with fellow students by joining
one (or more) of our student organizations and teams.
The purpose of this organization is to promote the highest standards of agricultural
education and a more intimate acquaintance and closer relationship with individuals
who have chosen a major in agricultural education or extension education.
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Phi U is the Family and Consumer Sciences National Honor Society. Several scholarships
are offered each year to Phi U members in undergraduate and graduate programs
Phi U National.
An international honor society for forestry and natural resources related sciences. WVU’s Rho chapter was founded in 1952.
Clubs, Fraternities, and Sororities
Organization that coordinates clubs’ activities throughout the college.
Professional Club for students with an interest in Agriculture & Resource Economics
AGR is more than just one of those strictly social fraternities; it is also a
professional fraternity. All members of AGR have related career interests.
AGR is for young men pursuing any career related to the agriculture, food or
The WVU Student Sub-Unit of the American Fisheries Society was formed in 2000.
Their mission is to provide a professional forum for fisheries students and faculty
members interested in fisheries pursuits. Prior to recognition by the parent
chapter of the American Fisheries Society (AFS), fisheries students were involved
in the WVU Wildlife and Fisheries Club. The fisheries students became interested
in different goals and pursuits than the wildlife group, which provided the impetus
to form a recognized AFS subunit at WVU.
ASID promotes professionalism in interior design services and products for the
workplace and home. To keep up with the unique needs of its members, ASID has
created the Design Specialty Network (DSN) program. Eight defined areas of interior
design are featured on Network ASID, an on-line program featuring specialized
information, news bullets, membership information, reports, publications, product
options/availability and more.
FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential
for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural
WVU Mountaineer FFA Chapter.
Collegiate 4-H of West Virginia University is a service organization open to any
WVU student. Throughout the year they offer a variety of social, service, and
fundraising activities often joining with other university organizations to extend
This club brings students together to network with other students and industry
professionals at WVU and around the country. Educational events like horse expos,
shows and tours, guest speakers and social activities are just some of the opportunities
WVU Collegiate Horsemen’s members have access to! Whether you are a seasoned
equestrian or horse enthusiast, this club has something for you. Any and all
disciplines are welcome. For more information email the club President at
email@example.com or on like “WVU Collegiate Horsemen’s” on
The WVU Cooking Club is the first official cooking club at West Virginia University.
The club allows you to indulge in a variety of different foods, while learning
about cultures and their cooking techniques.
Foster’s relationship building among ELM students; cultivates relationships between
ELMA students and professionals; and develops community support/volunteer skills
as an official WVU student association.
The FBA provides students in the fashion, dress and merchandising program at West
Virginia University with the opportunity to experience many different aspects
surrounding the field.
Newly formed in 2014, the Food Science Club aims to provide an environment for
students with an interest in food science, to offer a national network for students
who wish to obtain an internship or career in food science related fields, and
to show a need for an undergraduate food science program at WVU. For more information,
email the club at
The student club for Wood Science and Technology or other interested students.
FPS is an international society of professionals in the wood products industry,
government agencies, and universities. The student chapter constructs various
woodworking projects for the benefit of the Division of Forestry and Natural
Resources and the Wood Science and Technology program.
Is a club comprised of graduate students studying Agricultural and Resource Economics,
the graduate component of the Agriculture & Resource Economics Club.
Division of Forestry and Natural Resources
A professional gathering of the graduate students to assist them in their pursuits
while in college.
This is the club for horticulture majors, minors and others interested in horticulture
WVU livestock judging team focuses on developing both livestock and professional
skills for students. Students involved develop skills in both critical thinking
and oral reasons.
This organization strives to promote and implement initiatives which foster inclusion
and advancement of members of ethnic/cultural groups underrepresented in agricultural
and natural resource sciences and related fields.
The main club for the Division of Plant and Soil Sciences they hold yearly plant
sales and sponsor educational lectures.
The purpose of this organization is to foster leadership development, to provide
an atmosphere of social enrichment, and to offer opportunities for pre-veterinary
students to explore the various aspects of the veterinary field through a supportive,
Mission Statement: – To provide students with information about job opportunities,
internships, scholarships, etc. through guest speakers, bimonthly meetings, emails
and other forms of communication. – To provide services to the community—especially
in the Recreation field. – To be fun! We cannot be all work and no play, after
all, we are recreationists!
Resource Economics and Management Club
The REM club is designed to unite everyone in the division of Resource Economics
and Management, so we can help each other learn, grow, and have that community
feeling. We aim to offer resources to start REM students in the start of their
Sigma Alpha is a professional agricultural sorority that promotes scholarship,
leadership, service and fellowship among its members. The sorority was founded
in 1978 at the Ohio State University by five women who wanted an alternative
to the social Greek sorority system. Since that time, Sigma Alpha has become
a national organization consisting of more than 35 chapters.
Sigma Alpha National.
Sigma Alpha Facebook.
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. They promote awareness
of global, regional, and local 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.
Chapter on Facebook.
To advance the science, technology, education, and practice of professional forestry
in America and to use the knowledge and skill of the profession to benefit society.
This organization educates and advises members to the science, technology, education
and practice of urban forestry, arboriculture and related fields and to use the
knowledge and skill of the profession to benefit the members and society.
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote ethical practices, technical
competency, and professional standards in the environmental fields and to promote
academic and career development in Environmental Protection.
To acquaint students with all aspects of dietetics, provide sound nutritional information
to the community, and stimulate sound nutritional practices among peers.
The Professional Organization of the Landscape Architecture Program. They sponsor
professional development programs, and sponsor a showcase of student projects
at the end of each year.
Visit Wildlife Society
Student group that competes in timber sports activities. Open to any WVU student.