Entering freshmen who meet the University admissions standards and have a declared major in the College of Agriculture will be directly admitted to the College of Agriculture.
Students transferring from another college at LSU will be admitted to the College of Agriculture after they have earned at least a 2.0 GPA, and a 'C' or better in MATH 1021 or higher and ENGL 1001 (ENGL 1004 for international students).
Students wishing to transfer from another institution must meet University transfer admission requirements.
We are so excited that you are considering a major in the LSU College of Agriculture! The College of Ag, established over 100 years ago, boasts 8 majors with over 40 concentrations. All programs within the College provide an interdisciplinary educational experience that is built on the latest advances in science and technology.
Thank you for considering the LSU College of Agriculture to continue your education. We want to work with you to make your transfer into one of our majors as easy as possible.
Students in the College of Agriculture are assigned to a faculty adviser based on their major. For questions pertaining to scheduling, advising holds, CATS, career advice, or internship information, students should see their faculty adviser.
A list of services, such as adding or dropping a major, that the College of Agriculture Student Services Office in 106 Martin D. Woodin Hall can help you with can be found here.
We have clubs and student organizations for all majors! Check out the list, get involved, and find other students who share your interest, while creating valuable relationships that can help you on a your path to a successful career.
Agriculture Residential College allows students to live and take classes with the same group of peers, creating a smaller network within the larger LSU campus. Students also participate in career-related tracks and take fun and educational field trips that immerse them in agriculture. Live and learn with ARC! Find out more.
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.
A list of graduate programs can be found here.
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.