Endless opportunities to explore your interests

With over 1,000 student organizations on campus, internships, teaching assistant positions, study abroad, and fellowships, there are endless opportunities to explore your interests. Create your unique experience with an Animal Science related group or program and you’re bound to find a support system that you may not have found otherwise.

Block & Bridle

A very active chapter of the National Block & Bridle Club, promoting animal agriculture and scholarship at Cornell University.

Cornell University Dairy Science Club

 CUDS provides opportunities for the educational enrichment of the dairy industry for current members, the Cornell community and beyond. 

Pre-Veterinary Society

The Pre-Veterinary Society is a student-run organization dedicated to offering its members new perspectives on the veterinary profession, and advice to optimize chances of gaining admission to veterinary school. 

Explore the world

Approximately 30 percent of Animal Science students have at least one meaningful international experience by the time they graduate from Cornell. Don’t you want to be among them?

International Opportunities
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We encourage all students to participate in internships. Search Handshake to discover what internships are available to you.

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Students can conduct research with faculty throughout Cornell and even graduate with Distinction in Research.

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Supervised teaching assistantships are available as Special Studies credit. Information can be found on students' DUST profile.