The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Association (CANRAA) promotes and supports the CANR.
The CANRAA does the following:
- Fosters a fraternal spirit among the alumni of the CANR;
- Promotes and supports the CANR among current and prospective students, fellow alumni and other stakeholders of the college;
- Offers opportunities to network with and learn from our outstanding faculty and other alumni; and
- Supports CANR students through the Distinguished Undergraduate Scholarships program.
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