Student Clubs

Horticulture Club

nalp club plantsaleMission is to promote and encourage academic, social and professional interests in horticulture. The Club joins students with common interests to meet together and learn more about horticulture and participate in projects such as production and sale of plants and other horticultural related ornamentals, community service activities, field trips and a spring garden show. Funds made from the various sales are used to finance trips to horticultural areas and businesses, participate in national and regional horticultural contests, and provide up to three scholarships to individuals members each years. Horticulture Club members gain experience in production, retail sales and leadership. Visit us on facebook!

Pi Alpha Xi

The Honorary Society for Floriculture, Landscape Horticulture and Ornamental Horticulture.  Its purpose is to recognize high scholarship, to promote the exchange of ideas among members of the professions, to establish cordial relations among students, educators and industry members, and to foster good fellowship among its members.  Undergraduate membership is restricted to students of at least Junior standing, specializing in the field of floriculture, landscape and/or ornamental horticulture.  Students are selected from the scholastically eligible group on the basis of character and exhibition of promise of continued activity and interest in the field.  The student must have an overall GPA of 2.85 and a 3.00 or better in all credit hours taken in floriculture, landscape and/or ornamental horticulture. Learn more . . .

OSU Student Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects

LA TripThis group unite Landscape Architecture students to combine their interest and efforts, to extend their knowledge of the profession of landscape arachtiecture, to help advance the visibility, and to promote the academic,social, leadership and professional interest of its members.

The Student Chapter, ASLA is affiliated with a National Organization called the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). During the course of the year students participate in numerous activities across the country, including workshops, symposia and lectures with students from other Universities as well as professional Landscape Architects. Visit their Facebook page.

Sigma Lambda Alpha

This Chapter and The Honor Society's primary purpose is to give formal recognition of scholarship to students in Landscape Architecture.  The recognition of achievement by students, faculty and professionals is through election to membership.  It is open to scholars of character from the Landscape Architecture Program at Oklahoma State University and its activities are designed to serve creatively as the Society strives for the realization of its motto:  "Scholar, architect of the land, embrace the whole of nature and art; fit mankind to the earth and the earth to mankind."

Further, the Chapter and Society endeavor to emphasize leadership and character and to strive for the improvement of the Landscape Architectural Profession, also to preserve valuable traditions and customs and to foster a spirit of amiability among those who have displayed a marked ability in this environmental design discipline.

While the primary purpose of the Chapter and Society is to give formal recognition to scholarship, it encourages its members to be of service to the school, to promote high ideals in Landscape Architecture education; and to provide a collegiate organization which might assist in worth endeavors for the benefit of the profession of Landscape Architecture.  The Social functions of the Chapter are incidental, and may occur in connection with installations or initiations, dinners, meetings, lectures, exhibitions of work, awarding of prizes, etc.

Landscape Management Club
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Landscape Management Club sponsors social events and activities to encourage and support student and faculty interaction outside of the classroom. This extracurricular opportunity is the best way for new landscape management students to meet and interact with more experienced students. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in 105 AG North.

For more information on the program, contact Professor Lou Anella, 405-744-6593.

Turfgrass Club


The objectives of the Student Chapter of GCSAA is to encourage student participation in activities related to turfgrass management and promote interaction between studetns and industry.  Students participate in group activities such as seminars, field trips, internship reviews, special projects, and golf tournaments. Meetings are held monthly at the Oklahoma Botanical Garden & Arboretum, Turfgrass Research Center.


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