Collegiate FFA

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Collegiate FFA at Ohio State ATI enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement, provides personal and professional development opportunities, encourages students to improve lives of others through fundraising for philanthropic efforts, to create tomorrow’s leaders, and to give students an edge in today's job market. Collegiate FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.

dinnerMembership Requirements

This chapter is chartered as an Alumni and Supporter Chapter which means that membership is open to all students at Ohio State ATI; previous FFA membership not required and all are welcome! When existing FFA members and alumni elect to join this chapter, their membership remains with the home chapter. Annual dues are $10


Officer-led, student-run meetings are held weekly throughout the year. Days of the week and times are determined by the majority of student availability. Knowing that all students do not have the same availability, members may choose to participate when they are available.

Tuesdays at 7:00 PM; Day of the week and times are subject to change.

Service and Fundraising Projects

CFFA is committed to improving the lives of others on campus, locally, and internationally through service. On campus, CFFA hosts Dress for Success, a professional another dinnerclothing shopping experience where job seekers can shop at no expense to them, and Buck-I-Eat, a free drop-in food service for folks on the go. The club also raises funds to enhance agricultural opportunities for women farmers in Ghana, West Africa.

Events and Activities

CFFA at Ohio State ATI hosts a broad range of club and campus-wide activities and events throughout the year from social activities, to professional and personal development events. Some of the events include:

  • Booth at Community and Involvement Fair
  • Member Ice Cream Social
  • Club and campus-wide social events
  • Donuts with the Director
  • Pardon the Interruption with Ohio Corn & Wheat
  • Homecoming Bonfire
  • Clubsgiving
  • Guest Lectures on relevant contemporary agricultural issues
  • Workshops on laser engraving, 3-D printing
  • FFA Degree Workshops
  • Young Professionals Night

involvement fairHow to Join

Attend a meeting or contact adviser



Dr. Nathan Crook, 144-A Halterman Hall,




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