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College of Agriculture 


Feeling brave? The entomology department has a variety of activities to keep you crawling. See critters up close in our bug petting zoo, put maggots to work at the maggot-painting table, get the chance to be a “pollinator-for-a-day” and cheer on your favorite cockroach during the cockroach races. See how insects have made their way into popular culture, stop by to watch a “Big Bug” science fiction movie and get “green-screened” with one of the big bugs. West Waters Hall.

Horticulture Club

Horticulture club will have interactive events showcasing the five diverse specialization options in the horticulture major, as well as endless opportunities available within the industry. Kansas State University Gardens. Inclement weather: Inside KSU Greenhouse ranges.

Alpha Zeta Honor Fraternity

Alpha Zeta is an honor society open to all majors within the College of Agriculture. We strive to be great “ag-vocates” and uphold our principles of scholarship, leadership, fellowship and character. Stop by our booth at the Waters Hall lawn.

Milling Science Club

The Milling Science club will be giving tours of the Hal Ross Flour Mill located across the street from the football stadium, as well as giving a short demonstration of the Milling process in Shellenberger Hall Room 101. Both locations will be selling our flour-based products including pancake mix, white flour, whole wheat flour, oatmeal cooking mix and beer bread. Join us for a barbecue at the flour mill at noon. Tours and demonstrations run from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Club

Stop by our booth at the Waters Hall lawn Ag Hub to enjoy free popcorn and learn about the agricultural economics and agribusiness majors.

K-State Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow

Join the Ag Communicators of Tomorrow Club (ACT) for a life-size version of Candyland, “Aggieland,” at the Waters Hall lawn Ag Hub. Visit with students while testing your knowledge of K-State agriculture history.

Avian Science Club

Join us in Call Hall for an interactive game to learn about Avian breeds and egg colors.

K-State Rodeo Club

Stop by Weber lawn for roping demonstrations and stick horse barrel racing. Learn all the Rodeo Club, where members will answer questions about rodeo at K-State. Whether you’re interested in joining the team, being a part of the club or just want to learn more about rodeo, everyone is welcome to stop by.

Dairy Science Club

While on your way to the Little American Royal, stop by the Dairy Science Club booth in the Weber lobby. The club will also host the Southwest Dairy Farmers Mobile Dairy Classroom and K-State alum Callie Toews will demonstrate live milking in the southwest parking lot of Call Hall.  

Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority

Sigma Alpha is a professional sorority for women pursuing careers in agriculture. We will be having an informational booth at the Waters Hall lawn Ag Hub.

K-State Undergraduate Swine Club

The Swine Club is a new organization in the animal science department and its members are excited to discover more about all aspects of the swine industry. To learn more, visit our booth in Weber Hall.

National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA)

If you have an interest in having fun while developing marketing, leadership and communication skills, visit our booth at the Waters Hall lawn Ag Hub to learn about opportunities available in NAMA.

Agricultural Technology Management Club

Check out our machinery on the Weber Hall lawn while learning about different jobs, internships and club trips as well as play yard games.

Food Science Club

Put your nose to the test at the Waters Hall lawn Ag Hub with our smell test and try your hand at sensory analysis. Then follow the signs to 156 Call Hall for dairy plant tours, hand-washing stations, ice cream research, cupcakes and a photo booth.

Collegiate Cattlewomen

Check out our booth in the Weber Hall lobby during the Little American Royal and get to know what our club is about.

Plant Pathology Graduate Student Club

Plants can get sick just like humans -- they become infected and sickly looking and aren’t very good for eating anymore. Explore the microorganisms that cause diseases in our food and what they look like. Enjoy interactive games for all ages that show the global effects of these diverse organisms in plants and, in turn, humans. Join us to see how nematodes, fungi, bacteria and viruses affect yield, appearance and quality of food. First floor lobby entrance, Throckmorton Hall.

College of Agriculture Ambassadors

Come join us at the Ag Hub on Waters Hall lawn for airbrush tattoos, pedal tractor pull competition, and to explore everything happening on the north end of campus!

Agricultural Education Club

Be one of the first 300 participants to complete the College of Agriculture scavenger hunt and receive a free T-shirt. Pick up your game card at our booth on the Waters Hall lawn.

Little American Royal

During the Little American Royal at 12:30 p.m., students vie for scholarships while preparing for competition in dairy, beef, swine, horse and sheep showmanship. Weber Arena.

Bakery Science Club

The Bakery Science Club will be hosting our annual Open House Bake Sale. Various products will be for sale including our usual chocolate chip cookies, monster cookies and French bread, as well as many specialty products. 204 Shellenberger from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until product runs out). Also visit a hand -on baking demonstration in 110 Shellenberger.