• FFA State Degree Recipients

    FFA State Degree Recipients

    The State FFA Degree is highest award the State Association gives its student members. Students must have been an active FFA member for a minimum of two years, completing 360 hours of school based agricultural education. They must also have a productive Supervised Agricultural Experience which is conducted outside of school where they have invested an additional 300 hours. Members must have also demonstrated their leadership abilities through a speech, demonstration of parliamentary procedure, and serve as a committee member or as a chapter officer. FFA Members who receive this award have completed a minimum of 25 service hours and have a satisfactory academic record verified by school administration.

    The Michigan State FFA Degree is also counted by Michigan State University for six general education credits and can be applied to any degree track at MSU.