Students clubs in the Department of Animal Science and the College of Agricultural Sciences.

The Collegiate Horsemen at Penn State (CHAPS)

CHAPS is an interest and educational club for horse lovers. Club activities range from clinics, field trips, community service activities, fund raisers and socials. Some members enjoy noncompetitive riding at Carousel Farms. Riding or other horse-related experience is not necessary.

Penn State Block and Bridle

Penn State Block and Bridle is affiliated with the National organization, which is comprised of college students from all over the country who are interested in farm animals.

Penn State Dairy Science Club

The Penn State Dairy Science Club serves the dairy industry and develops leadership qualities in club members through industry and public service, campus dairy promotion events, youth education, member education and recognition, fundraising, and social activities and interactions.

Penn State Equine Research Team (PSERT)

PSERT is a group of students and faculty whose goal it is to improve equine health and performance through scientific research. If you like horses and are looking for some great experience in research consider joining our team!

Penn State Reproduction Research Team

Provides undergraduate students experience working with dairy cattle, identifying signs of estrus and monitoring the health and welfare of cows.

Poultry Science Club

The Penn State Poultry Science Club is open to any student with an interest in poultry and avian species. Emphasis is placed on educational, service, and social events and activities.

Small and Exotic Animal Club (SEAC)

SEAC's goal is to promote responsible pet ownership, to increase education about small and exotic animal topics among the students of the university and the community, and to provide students with animal-oriented volunteer opportunities throughout the area.