Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offers research opportunities in the fields of environment, energy and natural resources; plant, insect and microbe systems; health and food safety; families and communities; animal systems; and commerce.
Admissions requirements vary depending on your status, for instance, whether you’re an incoming freshman, transfer student, or international student.
Incoming first-year students are not required to live on campus but are encouraged to do so. More than 80% of the students who live on campus are first-year students.
As an admitted student, your Next Steps Center is where you’ll find everything from placement tests, to paying your enrollment fee, to changing you major.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Career Center provides personalized services to students who are looking for jobs, internships, career advice, and professional development opportunities.
You'll meet your academic advisor at orientation, where you'll register for classes and set up your semester schedule. In the meantime, you can email email@example.com to set up a virtual meeting to talk about the college and your intended major.
For more information about orientation and your next steps, visit your Next Steps Center.