Environmental Studies and Sustainability United (ESSU)
The purpose of this organization is for Students enrolled in the Environmental Studies and Sustainability major or minor with a focus on student support and engagement within the program. We hope to accomplish this through career support and development, study groups, bonding activities, and more! Our goal is to really increase student engagement in the program and empower students to think critically about their education and how they can be impactful, as well as fostering a safe and inclusive environment of camaraderie in the major.
For more information on the ESSU Club, please contact the faculty advisor: Jeane Stebleton.
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Education (AFNRE) Club
The purpose of the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Education (AFNRE) Club is to encourage collegiality among students who are either interested in or are majoring in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Education, as well as provide professional resources, opportunities, and experiences related to Agriculture Food, and Natural Resources Education. Some of these experiences include professional development conferences and workshops, touring both high school and collegiate AFNRE programs, building relationships with AFNRE faculty and industry professionals, and many others.
For more information on the AFNRE Club, please contact the faculty advisor: Dr. Michael Everett.
Leadership in Environmental and Agricultural Fields (LEAF)
The Leadership in Environmental and Agricultural Fields (LEAF) Club is a network of student leaders in the fields of agriculture and natural resources striving for excellence in their professional lives by educating and serving others. Members of LEAF will have the opportunity to partake in professional conferences pertaining to their interests and career goals, experience community service and growth and develop long-lasting friendships with peers and relationships with ANR professionals.
For more information on the LEAF Club, please contact the faculty advisor: Dr. Michael Everett.
Parks and Recreation Club (PARC)
The purpose of PARC – the Parks and Recreation Club – is to promote and facilitate the academic and professional development of all students interested in parks, recreation and tourism. PARC offers students the opportunity to build valuable skills and make important contacts through interaction with fellow students, MSU faculty, and parks, recreation and tourism professionals. PARC students are encouraged to affiliate themselves with the National and Michigan Recreation and Park Associations (NRPA and MRPA) and/or the Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association (MLTA). PARC meets once a month in the Natural Resources Building and membership is open to any MSU student interest in parks, recreation or tourism.
For more information on PARC, please contact the faculty advisor: Dr. Crystal Eustice.
Find other CANR-related student clubs and organizations that connect with your interests, hobbies and areas of study.
The full list of Registered Student Organizations and contacts information is available through the MSU Department of Student Life.