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  • College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

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    Established in 1870, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences provides a high quality education that results in knowledge and abilities for gainful employment and additional education, productive citizenship and lifelong learning in the areas of food, agriculture, natural resources and life sciences as they relate to human resources, the environment, individual communities and a global society.



    Academic Advising
    Each major has an undergraduate coordinator and faculty advisors. Students see advisors in their majors for academic advising.
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    Internships and Career Guidance
    The college's director of Alumni and Career Services assists students with interview preparation and job search resources. The college also sponsors CALS Career Expo in February.


    The college provides more than $300,000 annually in undergraduate scholarships. Applications are available December 1. College scholarship applications and letters of recommendation are typically due on or before March 15 of each year. For more information, contact the college dean's office.
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