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Our students represent a global, inclusive society. A student body comprised of first-generation students blazing trails, Louisiana natives learning at their land-grant university, out-of-state students immersing themselves in Cajun culture, and international students soaring to new heights in a new country. We learn from one another and contribute to a path forward. We believe in a future that’s better than our past, and that starts with you.

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We offer scholarships for first-year and continuing students in agriculture.

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Our faculty and staff are sharing their world-class expertise through hands-on instruction in undergraduate and graduate level courses.

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Across Louisiana and across the world, our faculty are conducting cutting-edge, innovative research that is changing the future of agriculture.

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With offices in every parish and research stations across the state, the LSU AgCenter is committed to serving the citizens of Louisiana.

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The LSU College of Agriculture offers eight undergraduate majors with over 40 concentrations. No matter your major, you will gain hands-on experience inside and outside the class. All our majors have opportunities to engage in hands-on labs, participate in undergraduate research, travel abroad, partake in internships, and connect with faculty. You're not just joining a college when you become an LSU Ag Tiger, you're becoming a member of the College of Agriculture family with a network of thousands of alums in Louisiana and across the country.

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The Stately Oak

The Stately Oak is an annual publication detailing the activities of the development team of the LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture. Each year it highlights the generous gifts of our donors, the outstanding work of our faculty and staff, the accomplishments of our students, 4-H activities, and more.

Read more in this year's issue of The Stately Oak.


College of Ag News

Breakthroughs in the preservation techniques of aquatic species genomes could aid conservation efforts and are needed to safeguard billions of dollars of investments in biomedical research, industrial production and fisheries.

LSU researchers are conducting a first-of-its-kind study exploring carbon transport in the Mississippi River that may lead to global applications.

Sibei Xia, assistant professor in the LSU Department of Textiles, Apparel Design, and Merchandising, is developing body-tracking wearable technology, or smart clothes, through thermochromic yarn that changes color based on body temperature.

Animal sciences meets biological engineering through Ashton Dalton’s undergraduate research project. Dalton is an animal sciences major conducting research in Kevin Hoffseth’s biological image processing laboratory.

LSU horticulture students are learning practices that will stay with them for a lifetime, including how to battle food insecurity in the campus community.

The 3+1 program in pre-veterinary medicine was created to allow College of Agriculture students in certain majors to apply to the vet school one year early and earn a bachelor’s degree and doctorate in veterinary medicine in seven years instead of eight.