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Delaware State University Collegiate FFA was chartered in 1992. This chapter in based on Delaware State University's campus in Dover.

  FFA at DSU


Mission

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agriculture education.

Purpose

Collegiate FFA enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement to create premier leaders, enable personal growth, and ensure career success.​​

Activities

Our officer team and members participate in activities such as attending local high school FFA banquets, our semi-annual Adopt-A-Highway clean-up, our annual Jack-O-Lantern contest, the Arbor Day celebration on our campus and the trade show at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Our chapter has continued the tradition of adopting a family every Thanksgiving holiday. During the Delaware State Fair in July, our chapter showcases our display board which represents all of our most recent activities and accomplishments

The members participating in DSU FFA's activities are able to do so through funding obtained from our annual citrus sale, our biannual banquet and silent auction, and our annual plant sale. The plants sold in our plant sale are grown on site in our James W. W. Baker Building Greenhouse.

(FFA students participating in their semi-annual "Adopt-A-Highway" clean up)

FFA is a student organization of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences


FFA Staff and Officers


Dr. Richard Barczewski, Advisor
Mrs. Stacey Hofmann, Co-Advisor
Mr. Alex Meredith
, Co-Advisor

President
Taylor Pleasanton, sophomore 

Vice-President
Elizabeth Seaman, sophomore 

Treasurer
Rodney Wilson Jr.,  sophomore

Secretary
Allison Strouse, sophomore