A list of wild cat conservation programs at colleges; big cats and small wild cats conservation programs for college students.
Mizzou Tigers for Tigers
Mizzou Tigers for Tigers was organized at the University of Missouri in 1999 as the nation's first tiger mascot conservation program. Faculty, staff, students and alumni from the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Fisheries and Wildlife;
Faculty, staff, students and alumni from the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources; Fisheries and Wildlife; Veterinary Medicine; Journalism; Biological Sciences; Environmental Studies; International Center; University Affairs; Alumni Relations; Development; and Intercollegiate Athletics work together to ensure that there will be wild tigers as long as there are Mizzou Tigers. National Tigers for Tigers Coalition
The National Tigers for Tigers Coalition is devoted to improving the status of tigers, both captive and wild.
Through the collaboration of students attending tiger mascot schools across the country, we aim to mobilize the public through education, improve and/or create relevant policies and take direct action to ensure the survival of the tiger.