Student Organizations


Alpha Epsilon Delta
The Mississippi Gamma chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) at Mississippi State University is a nationally recognized honor society in all health professional fields. We strive to encourage excellence in scholarship, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of education in the study of all health professions, and to bind together similarly interested students. We welcome all pre-health majors, including those pursuing careers in Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Veterinary Medicine. Our chapter is actively involved in numerous volunteer projects on the MSU campus and the Starkville community. Our current goal is to unite all pre-professional majors under one entity. We are seeking active members who are willing to share ideas that will impact the lives of others.
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Alpha Gamma Rho
Alpha Gamma Rho is the only social and professional organization at Mississippi State University. Alpha Gamma Rho is the premier agricultural organization for men at Mississippi State. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Alpha Gamma Rho has chapters all over the United States.
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American Medical Students Association
Promotes the improvement of medical education; involves its members in the social, moral, and ethical obligations of the profession; and works to improve health care and health care delivery to all.
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American Student Dental Association
Mary Celeste Reese, faculty advisor

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Club
The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Club of Mississippi State University is organized to provide an opportunity for the biochemistry and molecular biology majors and the faculty to interact with each other on a social as well as a professional basis. Regular meetings are held each month with an informal program consisting of business topics, presentations and refreshments. A field trip to visit nearby biochemistry facilities, helping out in the Department (e.g., recruiting events) and social outings are part of the clubs intended activities.
Carrie Vance

CALS Ambassadors
The CALS Ambassadors are a select group of students representing all departments within the college. Some examples of activities that Ambassadors participate in include the CALS Alumni Breakfast, on campus recruiting events, and CALS day.
Contact Allison North for information.

Entomology and Plant Pathology Club
The Entomology and Plant Pathology Club promotes and stimualtes interest in the science of entomology and plant pathology in all its branches and to facilitate personal interaction among those interested in entomology and plant pathology by providing the opportunity for academic and social exchange.
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Minorities in Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Related Sciences
MANNRS promotes the inclusion of ethnic and cultural groups that are under-represented in agricultural and natural resources and related fields in all phases of career preparation and participation.
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Pre-Veterinary Club
To provide pre-vet students the opportunity to become better acquainted with various phases of veterinary medicine, to keep the student informed of curriculum changes, to promote development of high ideals and professionalism among the pre-vet students and to promote fellowship among pre-vet students and faculty.
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