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The Iowa State University Rodeo Club is a group of ISU students and faculty who share an interest in America's ultimate sport -- rodeo! Members have the opportunity to participate in activities covering every aspect of the rodeo industry. This includes the planning of the annual Cyclone Stampede Rodeo which is the last student-run rodeo in the nation, as well as the Barnes Bull Ride. In addition, the rodeo club is home to student-athletes who compete through the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. The rodeo team travels in both the spring and fall semesters to the surrounding Midwestern states in hopes of earning points and representing their school to the best of their ability. Whether you are new to the sport or have been around it your whole life, rodeo club has something for everyone. Joining is an excellent way to learn about the industry and meet people who share your passion. We love new members so come join us anytime!


This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File RodeoConstitution2021.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Affiliated

Membership Information

Student Members 53
ISU Members 5
Non-ISU Members 4
Allowed Members Dues paying members interested in the sport of rodeo
Allowed Officers Active members with at least one semester of prior membership
Membership Qualifications 2.0 GPA, active dues paying members
Membership Restrictions Undergraduates Club
Elections/Selection Elections held in the fall after Cyclone Stampede
Meetings Are emailed out beginning of each month.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

Meetings include discussion of regular business, rodeo related speakers, and other social activities.

Description of Special Events

Cowboy Ball
Cyclone Stampede
Barnes Bull Ride
Social events including bowling, movie nights, friends-giving.
Ranch Rodeo