Paul Engler College of Agrictulure & Natural Sciences
Student Clubs and Organizations
Student organizations and clubs specific to the College are outstanding opportunities for students to build relationships with student-peers, faculty and professionals with common goals and ambitions while having fun. Connecting through activities, networking and field-experiences creates unique bonds of friendship. Find your tribe.
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Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)

Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)

 ACT allows students to learn and network with professionals in the world of agricultural communications.

Advisor - Dr. Troy Tarpley

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Agronomy Club

The Agronomy Club is for all majors and specified for students in the Agriculture department. We are part of a national organization called the Students of Agronomy, Soils, and Environmental Sciences (SASES) where we have the opportunity to win scholarships, compete in multiple competitions, network, and seek opportunities with universities and professionals nationwide. We are career driven and strive to invite professionals in any agricultural industry to speak at our meetings and give students an idea of what their career options are, how to pursue them, and discover internship opportunities in the Texas Panhandle area. We are community service driven on and off campus by getting involved in the Arbor Day Foundation tree planting event, cleaning up for Adopt a Highway, and helping to harvest food grown by USDA for the High Plains Food Bank.

Faculty Advisor - Dr. Brock Blaser
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American Chemical Society Student Affiliate

West Texas A&M Chapter of the American Chemical Society. Connect with other chemists, biochemists and chemical engineers. Participate in programs that enhance their professional development and contribute to the public's understanding of chemistry.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Nick Flynn

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Block and Bridle

Block and Bridle - West Texas A&M Chapter of the National Block and Bridle national organization. The club promotes animal agriculture through development of a program of activities that will supplement students' study of the animal sciences. To bring about closer relationships, enhance professionalism and promote a higher scholastic standard among animal science students.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Loni Lucherk

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Collegiate FFA

Collegiate FFA is a form of membership within the National Future Farmers of America Organization. A dynamic organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kevin Williams

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Collegiate Farm Bureau of WTAMU

The Collegiate Farm Bureau is a program of Texas Farm Bureau organization is united for the purpose of enhancing and strengthening the lives and well-being of rural Texans by working to improve education, economic opportunity, and social advancement. Texas Farm Bureau’s influence is local, county, and statewide in scope. As the voice of agricultural producers at all levels, it functions as an open, nonpartisan, nonsectarian organization.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Nate Wolf

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Environmental Sciences Society
Join us! Discover real-world experiences that shape your future! We are open to all majors. The Environmental Science Society focus is to spread knowledge about contemporary environmental issues and bring awareness to the environmental science program at WTAMU. It is a great avenue for networking, getting involved, and making a difference.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Naruki Hiranuma

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Horsemen's Association

The Horsemen's Association strives to bring the horse community together here on campus. It does not matter whether or not you own a horse, or have ridden a horse. Everyone who wants to be involved with horses or the horse industry are welcome.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. John Pipkin

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National Biology Honor Society

WTAMU's Delta Xi chapter of the Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is an honor society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

Faculty Advisor: Ms. Cindy Meador

Pre-Healthcare Club

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The WTAMU Pre-Healthcare club is a student-led, academic and social organization dedicated to providing career information to students interested in entering a professional healthcare field. Guest speakers from medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, PT/OT and other fields provide program information and advice for students preparing to enter these fields. Participating in the PHCC is a way to network with other pre-professional students and to learn about specific programs and volunteer opportunities.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carolyn Bouma

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Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club

The purpose of the Pre-Veterinary Medicine organization is to aid students interested in Veterinary Medicine.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dan Posey

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Society of Physics Students

SPS is a chapter based society that exists to help students transform themselves into contributing members of the professional community.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christopher Baird

WTAMU Agribusiness Club

A club that helps students gain knowledge of the real world application of business in agriculture and provide them with tools for success, including a network of reliable people, to help them achieve their goals in a professional setting.

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Guerrero, Dr. Joy, and Dr. Mallory Vestal


WTAMU Geology Society

Rocks rocks rocks! The WTAMU Geology Society is committed to inspiring interest in earth science among students and our community through field trips, presentations, and outreach. Anyone with an interest in the natural world is welcome!

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mark Holland

WTAMU Wildlife Society

The mission of the Delta Xi Chapter of the Wildlife Society is "to inspire, empower, and enable wildlife professionals to sustain wildlife populations and habitats through science-based management and conservation."

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kazmaier

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WTAMU Climate Science Society

The purpose of this organization is to educate and inspire the young minds of the Panhandle on climate science through engaging science experiments with a goal to move to children all over the world.

Advisor: Dr. Hiranuma

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WTAMU Box 60872, Canyon, TX  79016