Student Organizations

Joining a club or a team can enhance your education, grow your network, and give you unique experiences. Students and faculty advisors use these opportunities to make connections and grow knowledge.

Academic Clubs

Agronomy Graduate Student Association

The Agronomy Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is a collection of graduate students representing many disciplines within the Department of Agronomy. Our goal is to support and facilitate the efforts of graduate students involved in the study of agronomy by providing special opportunities which enhance educational and personal development.

Learn more about the AGSA

Wheat State Agronomy Club

Undergraduate students in the Wheat State Agronomy Club are given the opportunity to connect with other students in the program through community events, football game activities, and collegiate competitions.

Learn more about the Wheat State Agronomy Club

Plant Breeding and Genetics Club

The Plant Breeding and Genetics Club is an independent, interdepartmental group of graduate students working to promote interaction among faculty, commercial, and students at Kansas State University to further development and research in plant breeding and genetics.

Visit the Plant Breeding & Genetics Club website

Collegiate Competition Teams

Collegiate & NACTA Crops Team

The crops contest consists of four divisions: laboratory practical, agronomic exam, math practical, and plant and seed identification.

Learn more about our crops judging activities

Soils Judging Team

Students compete in two event categories: an individual contest and a group judging contest.

Email Dr. Moorberg to get involved

Weed Science Team

Four events in the contest include weed identification, farmer problem solving, written calibration problems and team field sprayer calibration, and identification of herbicide symptomology. Students at the undergraduate level and the graduate level may compete in national competitions.

Learn about the K-State Weed Science Teams

Forage Quiz Bowl

In the competition, a moderator asks the student teams questions about forage production, management and utilization. The questions are chosen by a panel of forage experts. Topics include forage and grassland history, plant physiology, forage quality, grazing management, poisons and toxicity, hay/silage, and identification of forages and weeds.

Email Dr. Min to get involved