Your students could improve life for billions.
We want to help you show them how. We’re here as a resource for you to introduce your students to the world’s largest industry. Their life’s work could be in research, food safety, production, medicine, landscape design, public policy, business — the possibilities go on. Use our online resources as a starting point to educate your students on their career opportunities in agriculture. Or better yet, bring them for a campus visit. We’d love to host you and your class for a day.
Majors and Programs
See how you can improve life for billions
Find your life's work by exploring our diverse range of undergraduate majors and programs.
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Subscribe to The Season magazine.
The Season is the official magazine of the Auburn University College of Agriculture, delivering feature stories, alumni updates, recent news and more. It is currently published twice a year as a print magazine, and will soon be published monthly as an e-magazine.
T(Ag) a Future Tiger
We Want You!
We’re inviting alumni, industry partners and friends of the College of Agriculture to become honorary Ag Hill recruitment ambassadors by helping us connect with prospective students and introduce them to the world of educational opportunities available at Auburn in general, and in the College of Ag specifically.
Ensure your community college courses will transfer. Check out these lists of course equivalencies and course transfer policies.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
When choosing a college, always check out the scholarship opportunities. The College of Agriculture awards its students more than $800,000 in scholarships each year.
APTV - Spotlight on Agriculture
Explore Alabama’s number one industry, from fields and fisheries to cutting-edge research at Auburn University. Learn about scientific discoveries that are helping farmers across the state, explore best practices in water conservation and land management, and discover where the food on your table comes from.
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the primary outreach organization for the land-grant mission of Alabama A&M University and Auburn University, delivers research-based educational programs that enable people to improve their quality of life and economic well-being. In 2018, Alabama Extension reached 1 in 3 Alabama residents. That’s more than 1.4 million people.
- Fish & Water
- Forestry & Wildlife
- Lawn & Garden
- Food Safety
- Urban Extension
Farming Basics App
- The Farming Basics app includes information about major insect pests and diseases, horticultural crop descriptions and general management tactics. The app also features a fertilizer and irrigation calculator to assist beginning farmers save dollars on inputs. Other features of this app include crop and pest alerts, location services that include contact information for regional Extension agents and an activity calendar linking to upcoming meetings and field days.