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The alumni group is a nonprofit organization that promotes academic excellence in the Ferguson College of Agriculture by providing support for the college, building scholarship programs and promoting our student activities.

 

Alumni Membership

Membership in the OSU Alumni Association is open to all graduates, students, fans and friends and is the most recognizable way of expressing your loyalty to the Ferguson College of Agriculture. In addition, membership gives you the opportunity to share your opinions and potentially influence the future of the university. Your membership also keeps you connected to the Ferguson College of Agriculture and activities related to the college and to Oklahoma State University as a whole.
By joining the OSU Alumni Association, a portion of your membership fees will be rebated to the Ferguson College of Agriculture annually, helping fund events for all of our alumni.


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Benefits of Membership

  • Automatically a member of both the OSU Alumni Association and the college alumni group
  • Subscription to STATE magazine, Cowboy Journal and other University publications
  • Invitations to local alumni club activities
  • Access to online alumni directory and locator as well as free e-mail service
  • Discounts at merchants both locally and nationally

Membership dues help support:

  • Student recruitment
  • Undergraduate scholarships
  • Homecoming activities
  • Student and alumni awards
  • Alumni programming and services

Alumni Early Career Achievement Award

The Ferguson College of Agriculture prepares its graduates to succeed at the highest levels of their chosen career paths. In recognition of this success, the Ferguson College of Agriculture Alumni Society annually selects alumni as recipients of the Ferguson College of Agriculture Early Career Achievement Award. The board seeks nominations for alumni who have attained prominence through their efforts in agriculture, natural resources, life sciences or related areas of science, business, education, or government and public service early in their careers.


Get Involved

The Ferguson College of Agriculture Roundup

During this event, students discover how to become involved. Student organizations use this event as an opportunity to contact future leaders of their student association. The event is organized by the student council with a meal provided by the alumni society.

Homecoming Celebration and Alumni Annual Meeting

Once a year, during homecoming week, Ferguson College of Agriculture alumni meet to celebrate those who graduated 10, 25 and 50 years ago. This is an opportunity for alumni to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones.

Early Career Achievement Award

The Ferguson College of Agriculture prepares its graduates to succeed at the highest levels of their career path. The Early Career Achievement Award recognizes two alumni who have found early success in their careers.

Access Tour

The DASNR Access Tour is designed to give alumni, students and faculty the opportunity to explore the various facets of agricultural life throughout the state. The access tour is a two-day event scheduled during late spring.

 

 

Alumni Society Board of Directors

 A 12-member Board of Directors elected from active members of the Ferguson College of Agriculture Alumni organization directs the group's activities. The Board includes two representatives from each of the four districts throughout Oklahoma, as well as four members elected at large.

Phillip Cowley

At-Large Member

Morrison, Oklahoma

Matt Gard

Northwest District

Fairview, Oklahoma

Mechelle Hampton

Northeast District

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Jon Marc Holt

Northwest District

Shattuck, Oklahoma

Travis Jones

At-Large Member

Roff, Oklahoma

Rick Reimer

Northeast District

Claremore, Oklahoma

Charles Rohla

Southeast District

Roff, Oklahoma

Meg Stangl

At-Large Member

Okarche, Oklahoma

Becky Walker Chandler

Southeast District

Strattford, Oklahoma

Dr. Cynda Clary

Interim Executive Secretary

Associate Dean

OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture

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