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Iowa Post-Secondary Agricultural Student Organization (PAS)

The Iowa Post-Secondary Agricultural Student Organization (PAS) is an organization associated with agriculture/agribusiness, agriculture technologies, horticulture and natural resources offerings in approved or approvable post-secondary institutions offering certificates, diplomas, associate degrees, and baccalaureate degrees.

PAS is one of the ten career and technical student organizations that has been approved by the U. S. Department of Education as an integral part of career and technical education. We are affiliated with the National Professional Agricultural Students Organization and live out the motto "Uniting Education and Industry in Agriculture."

State Activities


2018-2019 Chapter/Membership Form

Memberships are due when state conference registration is due.

 (Click on Membership above and the form will open)

Upcoming Board Meetings:



2018 Spring Leadership Conference:

Dates: November 6-7th, 2019

Location: Honey Creek Resort

Moravia, Iowa

Theme: Field Of Dreams


Online Registration




2019 Spring Leadership Conference:

      Honey Creek Resort                                     




                           Other Ag/ Ag News Websites:          
  Iowa FFA Foundation
FFA Enrichment Center
National PAS Organization
Iowa Association of Career and Technical Education
ACTE (Association for Career and Technical Education)

Ashlynn Lingle
PAS State President 
(712) 269-5838

Kevin Butt
PAS Executive Director
(319) 239-6089

Dwayne Faidley
PAS Treasurer
(515) 669-9633


National PAS Conference Information
2019 National PAS Conference 

March 13-16, 2019
Loveland, Colorado

             Embassy Suites                      

National PAS Flyer


           2018 National PAS           

Conference Results 


Complete Results from 2018 National PAS Conference


The national organization was organized in March 1979 under Draft Bylaws. PAS was officially founded in March 1980 in Kansas City, Missouri. PAS of Iowa was originally called Agricultural Career Training of Iowa (ACT) and was organized in 1979. It was later renamed to the Iowa Post-Secondary Agricultural Students Organization and has celebrated over 30 years of growth and success. Membership is comprised of student members from two year community colleges and four year colleges and universities throughout the state of Iowa.

National PAS activities are available to approximately 8000 students from 42 Chapters located in 12 states.