Visit your future family in the College of Agriculture
Spend some time on the beautiful LSU campus and learn everything you need to know about your future home. Visits for prospective and admitted students are encouraged, and we would love to help you find out if the LSU College of Agriculture is the right fit for you.
Request More Information
Students: If you are not ready to set up a campus visit but you would like more information on the College of Agriculture, please complete the form at the link below. We will send you an information packet that highlights the programs you are interested in and we will include information for any upcoming events that are scheduled. We will also add you to our monthly e-newsletter "Tiger Tales" to give you an inside look at what it means to be an LSU Ag Tiger.
Teachers, Counselors, Advisors, 4-H Agents: If you are a teacher, counselor, advisor or 4-H agent that would like materials about the College of Agriculture, please complete the form at the link below. We will send you an information packet that highlights our programs, and we will include information for any upcoming events that are scheduled. We also will add you to our monthly e-newsletter "Tiger Tales" to give you an inside look at what it means to be an LSU Ag Tiger.
College of Agriculture Tours
Prospective students and their families can schedule individualized tours Monday-Friday. Tours will include a meeting with a Student Services staff member, a meeting with a faculty member in the major of interest and a tour of the College of Agriculture with a Les Voyageur (Student Ambassador).
Group tours can also be arranged for teachers and counselors who would like to bring groups to campus for the day. These tours should be requested at least two weeks in advance and are offered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Group tours include options for a college overview presentation, agriculture facility tours and campus tours.
Classroom Visits-Teachers and Counselors
If you are not able to bring a group to campus, but you would like your students to learn more about the opportunities in the College of Agriculture, just request a visit to your classroom. We will send a representative from the College of Agriculture to lead an interactive presentation that covers the application process, majors, scholarships and more!
College of Agriculture Events
Join us for special recruitment events throughout the year to have a first-hand experience of what it means to be an LSU Tiger! From sitting in on classes to attending our career fair, we have great opportunities for you to explore your future with us.
Daily campus tours are offered Monday through Friday, excluding university holidays, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Registration is required to attend and is available up to three months in advance.
What will I see on the tour?
If there are specific halls you know are interested in touring, please let the tour guides know when you arrive to check in. Not sure what you want to see? That's ok! The student tour guides will talk to you about your interests and will develop a tour that fits your housing needs.
East side housing options include:
Annie Boyd Hall, Acadian Hall, Blake Hall, Laville Honors Housing, Herget Hall, and Miller Hall.
West side housing options include:
Broussard Hall, Cypress Hall, Pentagon Community, and the Residential College Complex.
Due to time restrictions, you will only be able to choose halls on one side of campus to see during the tour. If you would like to see halls on both the east and west side, you will need to schedule two tours.
Group tours are available for high school students and are offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Reservations should be made at least two weeks in advance.