Any College of Agricultural Sciences student organization with a constitution that has been ratified by the University Supreme Court is eligible for membership in Ag Student Council.

Member Clubs and Organizations

Agronomy Club
Ag Bm Club
Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR)
Alpha Zeta (AZ)
Beekeepers Club
Biomedical Sciences Club
Block and Bridle Club
Blooms and Shrooms
Brewing Club
Collegiate Cattlemen
Collegiate Farm Bureau
Collegiate Horseman's Association at Penn State (CHAPS)
Community, Environment, and Development Club (CED)
Dairy Science Club
Delta Theta Sigma (DTS)
Environmental Resource Management Society (ERM)
Food Science Club
Horticulture Club
The LEAD Society at Penn State
Minorities in Agriculture and Natural Resources Association (MANRRS)
Penn State Spur Collectors
Penn State Equine Research Team (PSERT)
Poultry Science Club
Pre-Vet Club
Sigma Alpha
Small and Exotic Animal Club (SEAC)
Society of American Foresters (SAF)
Students Cultivating Change
Student Farm at Penn State
Tau Phi Delta
The Wildlife Society (TWS)

Ag Student Council is composed of up to two elected representatives from each agricultural student organization. Each organization must have one primary representative who attends all meetings and one additional representative who may rotate. Any active student who wishes to be a member of the Ag Student Council, but is not a representative to any organization, shall be considered an independent representative.