South Hall is the next building on campus scheduled for renovation. The School of Agriculture faculty and staff will be housed in Foundation Hall during the renovation process. We will begin moving on May 28, 2013, and we will continue to keep you updated on the process!!!!!!!!!
Students who want to become veterinarians, park rangers, golf course superintendents, government officials, business owners, county agents, conservationists, university professors, military officers, high school teachers, consultants, agricultural product or equipment salesmen, bankers, farm managers and herdsmen start and graduate in our School of Agriculture.
You’ll have access to farms, horticultural greenhouses and the Hyder-Burks Pavilion. These facilities offer many opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience.
The School of Agriculture offers a number of scholarships to incoming students. Our Ag Ambassador program allows successful students to share their experiences and information with prospective students.