The College of Forestry sponsors a variety of student clubs and organizations to help students meet new friends and colleagues, participate in conferences and workshops, develop leadership and teamwork skills and get involved in their professional fields.
Clubs and student organizations are overseen by the Council of Student Organizations. Their job is to administer the functions of and funding available to student clubs sponsored by the College of Forestry, to represent student clubs in the mission of the college, to coordinate and develop new clubs and to oversee participation awards. The council is made up representatives from each club, the manager of the Office of Student Resources and Engagement and the clubs liaison.
The college is happy to provide resources to its sponsored clubs. For more information about student clubs, contact the College of Forestry Student Services Office.
Student Services Office
116 Peavy Forest Science Center
Student Clubs Office
225 Richardson Hall