Organizations and Clubs

Build leadership skills and friendships in SNR-specific clubs and organizations. Each program has activities tailored to its students. Getting involved is a great way to expand on classroom learning, meet others with similar interests — and have some fun along the way!

  • Environmental Science Club
  • Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Society (F.A.S.S.)
  • Forestry Club
  • Meteorology Club
  • Mizzou Storm Chase Team
  • Mizzou Tigers for Tigers
  • Rho Phi Lambda
  • SNR Student Ambassadors
  • Society of American Foresters student chapter
  • Soil and Water Conservation Society
  • Sports, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Association (SPRTA)
  • Wildlife Society
  • Women in Natural Resources

Freshman Interest Groups (FIG)

Freshman interest groups (FIGs) are made up of 15-20 first-year students who live near each other and enroll in several classes together. By joining a FIG, you are not only living and learning with students who share your interest and your major, but you are also gaining a built-in study group.

  • Storm Chasers – For students with an interest in weather and severe storms, this is the FIG for you. Learn about meteorology and the exciting careers in weather with other science minded students.   Also enjoy discussion of topical issues and hands on field trips
  • Sport Management – Explore various careers and opportunities in sport! Connect with students, faculty, and staff in all aspects of sport and gain insights into the industry. Grow professionally through resume building and skill workshops
  • Solving Climate Change – For students ready to overcome the spiral of silence around climate change and those who wish to become skilled at communicating intelligently, compassionately, and convincingly about global climate change. We will focus on solutions from global to local with an emphasis on technology, behavioral economics, and humor
  • Natural Resources – For students who would love to work outdoors. Explore various topics in Natural Resources, meet other students who enjoy the outdoors while exploring resources and activities that can help you succeed at Mizzou