Club Information

SASES is an affiliation of agronomy, crops, soils, plant science, or environmental science clubs and their undergraduate student members from colleges and universities throughout North America (primarily the United States). Student clubs choose to affiliate with SASES and petition SASES to become an affiliated chapter. There are no fees to affiliate with SASES, the only requirement is that chapter members become individual student members of ASA , CSSA, or SSSA.

SASES Chapter Information

SASES is composed of chapters located at colleges and universities that provide a curriculum in agronomy, crops, soils, and environmental sciences. A variety of programs and activities are offered on the local and national level for students to become professionally involved and to prepare for their future careers. We encourage you to meet our student leaders, explore our meetings and contests, and discover the many chapters that make our organization a success!

View SASES Guidelines


Regional Meeting

2018 Regional Meeting will be held April 12-14, 2018 in Lincoln, NE.

Host : University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Agronomy Club 

The Agronomy Club of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is proud to be hosting the regional conference for the national organization of Students of Agronomy, Soils, and Environmental Sciences (SASES). This conference will be taking place from April 12-14, 2018. 

Regional Meeting Website (Includes Hotel Information)

Registration Form



Watch for more information on the bidding process for the 2019 Regional Meeting.

See the items below for more information.

Submit final proposals online.

Guidelines for Submitting a bid(PDF)

Texas A&M's winning 2013 bid(PDF)

Iowa State's winning 2012 bid(PDF)


THANKS TO South Dakota State University 

for hosting a great regional meeting in 2017


For photos, check out the SASES Facebook page.


2018 Spring Meeting

The 2018 Spring Meeting will be hosted by the University of Lincoln-Nebraska April 12-14, 2018.  Check out their website for more information here.