Student Clubs

The Department of Agricultural Education, Communications, and Technology works with five organizations that give students the opportunity to become involved. Students often find that getting involved in these organizations provides a way of making new friends and gaining skills that aide in their personal and professional growth. These organizations provide opportunities for students to improve their leadership and communication skills that will benefit them in the future.


Collegiate FFA & 4-H

The Collegiate FFA and Collegiate 4-H have been working together as a team for three years. The union of these two clubs has shown members what teamwork and cooperation is about. Students with an interest in maintaining involvement with 4-H and FFA activities are encouraged to join. Through educational and social activities, Collegiate FFA & 4-H members meet others with similar interests and find opportunities to mingle with department and college faculty.


Collegiate Farm Bureau

Collegiate Farm Bureau was formed in 2002 with support from the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. Its goals are to motivate students to become involved in shaping agricultural policy for the state and nation. Members participate in several leadership development opportunities, including the State Collegiate Discussion Meet as well as the State Young Farmers and Ranchers Discussion Meet.

Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)

Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow is designed for students with an interest in agricultural communications. The organization, one of the strongest collegiate agriculture organizations nationally, gives members an opportunity to interact with others with similar interests professionally and at the college level.


Ag Mech

The Ag Mech club is an organization for all students interested in agricultural technology. In addition to monthly meetings and field trips, club members conduct (with ACT) a spring lawnmower tune-up clinic and assist with the Arkansas State FFA Agricultural Technology and Mechanical Systems CDE.



Students who have completed at least 12 credit hours and have a 2.5 gpa are eligible to apply to become part of this group. REPS (Representing Excellence, Pride, and Service) members provide quality assistance with recruitment and retention efforts. Members share their college experiences with prospective FFA and 4-H members, students and parents as well as help the faculty and graduate student recruitment coordinators with additional correspondence and activities. Furthermore, members plan and host departmental events for current students. Applications are made available each semester.