Collegiate 4-H Scholarship
Due March 31, 2017
Who We Are....
Oklahoma State University Collegiate 4-H is a student organization involved in community service, promoting 4-H, encouraging citizenship and leadership and assisting 4-H groups from around the state with various tasks.
What We Do...
OSU Collegiate 4-H has organization meetings in room 205 4-H Youth Development Building every other Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. (Subject to change)! Call 405-744-8888 for more information. We do community service projects, participate in OSU's Homecoming Celebration, attend regional and national conferences and assist in local, county and state 4-H programs such as the Horse Communication Contest and Roundup. We develop friendships and contacts that will last a lifetime.
Oklahoma State University Collegiate 4-H (Delta Sigma Alpha) began 1916, proving that it is the first Collegiate 4-H club in the nation and the longest running student organization on the OSU campus. Collegiate 4-H is sometimes recognized with the Greek letters Delta Sigma Alpha because the club was originally considered as a fraternity for agricultural extension scholarship winners. Today, Collegiate 4-H is a student organization for any student that is interested in community service, 4-H youth development, leadership, and making great friends.
Who Can Join...
Membership is open to any college student wanting to have fun, make new friends, serve the community, mentor 4-Hers and assist with Oklahoma 4-H activities. Prior experience with 4-H is not required, and you do not have to be a student of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
- Haylee Lindsey, President
- Cody Peterson, Vice-President
- Kaila Williams- Secretary
- Lena Ast, Treasurer
- Homecoming Chairs - Olivia Hamilton and Jackie Elliott
If you are an Extension Educator, 4-H Leader or someone who would like us to assist your local and county clubs through workshops, judging and manpower, please contact the State 4-H Office at 405-744-8891.
Questions please email collegiate4H@okstate.edu or call the State 4-H Office at 405-744-8891.