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Don’t wait until you’re a student to become a part of our college family. Join us soon for one of our upcoming prospective student events.

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If you haven’t visited the College of Agriculture, we’d love to have you as our guest! At one of our Tiger Fridays on Ag Hill, you’ll tour our Ag Hill academic and research facilities, meet faculty advisers and get to know the students, faculty and staff who will help make Auburn your home away from home. 

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2015 Date TBD

Hosted by the Ag Alumni Association at beautiful Ag Heritage Park, this event draws thousands each homecoming Saturday morning for food, fun and fellowship. (Oh, and football, too!)

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October 10, 2014

At Transfer Student Day, you’ll have the opportunity to go on a campus tour, learn more about scholarships and the transfer process, meet with faculty advisors in each of our majors, enjoy a free lunch with faculty and students, and tour our farms, research labs, or the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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November 4, 2014

Meet us at the Huntsville Botanical Garden to learn more about the majors offered through the College of Agriculture, the career paths associated with a degree in agriculture, speak with current students, hear from local alumni and engage in the garden venue. The program will feature a scavenger hunt through the garden, workshops lead by College of Agriculture faculty and garden volunteers, and personal stories of the Auburn Experience as told by students and alumni.

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October 22, 2014

Join us to develop leadership and professional skills that will help you to be successful in and out of the classroom. Workshops will be led by Ag Ambassadors, alumni, industry representatives and professors. You will also have the opportunity for a tour of one of the many amazing facilities Auburn students utilize on campus.

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December 3, 2014

The Ag Elite program is an on-campus program and luncheon reception to celebrate the academic achievements of talented minority high school students with an interest in science, including agricultural and environmental science. We are proud to recognize these outstanding students and showcase the many career opportunities within the food, agricultural and natural resources fields. The program will include a departmental browse, alumni and student speakers, lunch with faculty representatives, scholarship information, and a recipient will be selected for a $1000 scholarship award.


September 23 and 24, 2014; November 5 and 6, 2014

Each fall semester, we travel throughout Alabama to visit with high school students at one of our Ag Exploration Days. Join us at one of the events near you to learn more about our majors, programs and career opportunities.

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February 10 and 11, 2015

At our Spring Judging Clinics, you can gain experience and practice competing in Career Development Events before the district judging events. The clinics are open to all high school students interested in learning about poultry, nursery/landscape, floriculture, livestock, meat science, dairy, horse judging, and forestry. Each student will be able to participate in two of these seven areas.

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February 27, 2015

Inside Ag Hill is an opportunity for you to explore the College of Agriculture in person, meet with faculty, talk with students and sit in on a class. Parents are also invited to come to the event. If you haven’t been on the Auburn Campus before — or even if you have — we encourage you to make plans to attend this event to get your first taste of what it’s like to be a part of the College of Agriculture family.

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March 7, 2015

At Ag in the Park, we combine two of our favorite traditions: baseball and agriculture. The event includes a campus tour, the opportunity to meet with students and faculty, and in-depth information on our various majors and programs. (And, of course, Auburn baseball.)

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April 17, 2015

Each spring, we host an open house to welcome newly admitted students and their families to learn more about us, our traditions and our work that, for generations, has improved life for billions and made the world a better place.

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