School of Agriculture FAQs

1. Where do I access student forms? Answer: Click on the Student Forms tab located on the student resources page. You can print the forms off in the computer lab
2. How do I get contact information for the professors? Answer: Click on the Faculty and Staff menu item on the left side of the page. Office numbers, phone numbers and email addresses are available for you.
3. What types of scholarships are available in the School of Agriculture? Answer: Click on the Scholarships tab. The page lists all of the scholarships that are available in the school and also has a link to ScholarWeb.
4. Where do I find important university dates and deadlines? Answer: These are also found by clicking on the academic calendar tab located on this page.
5. What types of clubs are available in the School of Agriculture? How do I find out who is the club advisor and when they meet? Answer: Click on the Student Organizations menu item located on the left side of the page. A description (including meeting day/time/location), and advisor's contact information may be accessed for each organization and club.
6.How do I find out information about the School of Agriculture off-campus facilities? Answer: Click on the Agriculture Facilities menu item on the left side of the page. Here you will access information and photos about the Hyder Burks Pavilion, Tech Farm, Coorts Arboretum, the Nursery Research and Service Center, and Heritage Farm. 
7. How do I find out which classes I need to take for a specific concentration? Answer: Click on the Areas of Study menu item on the left side of the page. Here you will see a list of the concentrations that the School of Agriculture offers. Next, click on the curriculum link under the concentration of interest to access a list of classes required. Checklists are also available.
8. I printed off my class schedule and it says the location for one of my classes is FG and another class location is AA. What does this stand for? Answer: FG stands for the greenhouse classroom located at the Nursery Research and Service Center at the Tech Farm. AA denotes a classroom at the Hyder Burks Pavilion.

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