Are you an active member, the kind that would be missed?
Or are you just content, that your name be on the list?
Do you attend meetings, and mingle with the crowd?
Or would you rather stay at home, and complain long and loud?
Do you give a little time, and help to make things tick?
Or leave the work to just a few, and talk about the "clique"?
There’s quite a program schedule, that means success if done.
And it can be accomplished, with the help of everyone.
So come to all the meetings, and help with hand and heart;
Don’t just be another member, but take an active part.
Think it over member, Are you right or wrong?
Are you an active member, or do you just belong?
- Arthur I. Fischer

Agri-Techsans are a select group of undergraduates who assist with recruiting for and promoting the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) and Texas Tech University. Only outstanding students in our College are considered.

We look for people who are enthusiastic about Texas Tech and CASNR, will take an active and responsible part in our organization, and can maintain their GPA while devoting time and lots of energy to promoting CASNR. Read below to learn more about the selection process.

If you are interested in the possibility of becoming an Agri-Techsan and would like more information about the program, please email Whitney Conner at or call (806) 742-2808.


  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA required
  • Must be a full-time student in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources during the regular academic year
  • Must be nominated by a faculty member or by a current Agri-Techsan.


  • A new team of Agri-Techsans is selected each Spring for the next academic year.
  • Eligible nominees must complete a formal application.
  • Applicants will be interviewed by a committee of ARC Center staff, and a group of graduating Agri-Techsans.
  • Only those students with an interest in and enthusiasm for the promotion of CASNR are selected.


  • Attendance at all regular meetings and training sessions. Participation and attendance are required for continued membership.
  • Maintaining weekly office hours for tours and behind-the-scenes work.
  • Visiting high schools recruiting students to attend CASNR (Out-n-Backs)
  • Follow-up contact for Out-n-Backs, including postcards, emails, and thank-you letters.
  • Active participation in other events including but not limited to University Days, Red Raider Extravaganza, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and National and State FFA Conventions.
  • A positive attitude and the willingness to devote time and energy to promoting TTU, CASNR, and all the components thereof.