Join the College of Agriculture in a multitude of fun activities hosted on and off campus. Meet new friends, stay involved and enjoy life outside of schoolwork. Check this page frequently to stay up to date on events held each semester.
There are over 20 clubs and organizations to join within the College of Agriculture! Make your semester meaningful by connecting with peers who have similar interests.
Established in 1987, Les Voyageurs serve as representatives to the College of Agriculture.
Students who join have the opportunity to travel, receive exclusive merchandise and apply for a $250 annual scholarship.
For questions pertaining to scheduling, advising holds, CATS, career advice, or internship information, students should see their faculty adviser.
Student Services Office in 106 Martin D. Woodin Hall can also assist you with a number of services.
Study abroad for a semester in Australia, go somewhere on spring break in Nicaragua or gain intern experience in Slovakia. Apply for study abroad scholarships to make your travel dreams a reality.
Our list of internships is updated frequently. Visit Gigi Gauthier in 140 Woodin Hall to find an internship that best suits your interests and field of study.
Newly admitted freshmen, students from any of Louisiana's 64 parishes and current students all have the opportunity to apply to the scholarships we currently have available.
Students who are interested can apply to our mentoring program each year in the fall. Fill out an application and get matched with a mentor!
College is a new and exciting time in one's life, and there are a lot of questions to be asked! Find out the answers to all of your inquiries here.
Students interested in graduate programs in the College of Agriculture should contact the Graduate School, as well as the department in which you wish to study.
View a list of graduate programs.
College of Agriculture Undergraduate Research program encourages research by students as a part of their education. Students partner with a faculty member to conduct research in their area of interest. More than 150 student projects have been funded for a total of over $200,000.