Texas A&M Saddle and Sirloin Club

Texas A&M University is built on tradition and the Saddle and Sirloin Club prides itself on being one of the oldest and proudest members of the Animal Science department.  Saddle and Sirloin is a club open to students of all majors and departments but it has its roots from the College of Ag and Life Sciences.  Our primary purpose is to build a social network with fellow Aggies and raise funds through our events to support our judging teams.  We hold monthly meetings, socials and multiple community service events as well as a Fall and Spring dance.  We typically meet in Kleberg 115 for our meetings the first and third Tuesday of the month.  Any student enrolled at Texas A&M University may join the Saddle & Sirloin Club by completing the membership application form and payment of dues.  Check out the events page for a complete schedule of all of the 2012-2013 S&S events you can potentially participate in!

The Saddle & Sirloin Club is an affiliate member of the National Block and Bridle Club which encompasses Clubs at colleges and universities across the United States.  Objectives of the National Block and Bridle Club include efforts to promote scholastic achievement and animal agriculture, enhance professionalism of students and facilitate relationships among students pursuing any phase of animal agriculture as a profession.   More information regarding the National Block and Bridle Club is available at:  www.blockandbridle.org

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