Saskatchewan Agriculture Graduates' Association

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Saskatchewan Agriculture Graduates' Association

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In their constitution adopted 11 January 1938, the "Saskatchewan Agricultural College Graduates Association" defined 4 objectives: "to promote the social interests of graduates of the College of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan; to promote closer relationships among graduates and between the graduates and the College, including both faculty and students; to assist whenever possible in securing positions for graduates of the College; and to co-operate with the University Alumni Association in their efforts to promote the interests of the University as a whole." Membership was open to all graduates of the College, "regular or ad eundem, Degree or Associate," and to honorary members as recommended by the Executive and elected by the membership. By 1964 "College" had been deleted from the organizational title; and rather than assisting in securing positions, the objective became "to keep graduates informed of recent developments in the various Agricultural fields." Membership was open to graduates of the College or School of Agriculture, and was extended to anyone who had discontinued either a degree or diploma course after two years of study (without receiving a diploma) if their class had since graduated. Those taking Agricultural Science through the College of Graduate Studies were also eligible.


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