Being a member of a co-curricular team is a unique experience, as participation requires completion of at least one academic course. This allows students to apply knowledge gained in coursework through hand-on experiences.
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Clubs and Organizations
Student organizations serve as a medium for academic discourse, personal growth, leadership development, intercultural understanding, community service, and lasting friendships.
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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants
The Department of Animal Sciences accepts applications for Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (UTA). Responsibilities may include grading assistance, student support (including office hours and/or course review sessions), and preparation for and assistance with laboratory sessions. Undergraduate Teaching Assistants are supervised and cannot lead a course session on their own. Acceptance for these positions is based on previous course work, GPA, and letter of intent.
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