The most successful students will find themselves taking advantage of opportunities to participate in clubs, organizations, and competitions during their time at UW-Platteville. Research indicates that students who participate in extracurricular activities are more successful academically and professionally. We encourage you to make your college years more fun, memorable, and full of valuable learning experiences beyond the classroom.
Learn more about the School of Agriculture's extracurricular activities.
Clubs and Organizations
Develop your leadership skills, discover new talents, enhance your resume, meet new friends, improve your communication skills, and so much more with the School of Agriculture's clubs and organizations.
- Ag Mechanization Club
- Ag Ed Society
- Agricultural Business Club
- Agronomy/Soil and Water Conservation
- Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
- Alpha Zeta Honors Fraternity
- Block and Bridle
- CERES Women's Fraternity
- Collegiate Farm Bureau
- FarmHouse Fraternity
- Horticulture Club
- National Agri-Marketing (NAMA)
- Pioneer Dairy Club
- Pre-Veterinary Club
- Reclamation Club
- Sigma Alpha Sorority
The UW-Platteville School of Agriculture also has several competitive teams, where you can delve into your areas of interest and put your knowledge and skills to the test in a collaborative environment.
Study Abroad with the School of Agriculture
No student should leave UW-Platteville without taking the opportunity to spend some time outside of the United States. The School of Agriculture boasts numerous short-term faculty-led trips as well as academic advisors skilled in helping you find the right way to blend courses both at UW-Platteville and elsewhere.
FFA Career Development Events
UW-Platteville annually hosts FFA Career Development for high school students. These events serve as area requirements for agricultural mechanics, dairy cattle, horses, livestock, veterinary science, and wildlife teams seeking to qualify for state events.