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Spend a Day at State

Want to find out what it's like to be a student at the Ag Institute? Spend a day with us.

Students enjoying lunch at NC State's Talley Student Union

All of the Ag Institute’s Spend-A-Day-At-State visits for Fall 2022 have ended but the Spring 2022 registration will be available in early January.

Our priority is the safety and health of our visitors to campus so guests will be expected to follow the university safety measures by wearing masks while indoors.

During your on-campus visit, you will: 

  • Meet our director and have the chance to ask questions
  • Chat one-on-one with an academic advisor or faculty member and learn more about your major or area of interest
  • Attend an AGI class
  • Chat with AGI student ambassadors for the inside scoop on life in AGI
  • Enjoy Howling cow Ice cream

During your virtual visit, you will: 

  • Meet our director and have the chance to ask questions
  • Chat one-on-one with an academic advisor or faculty member and learn more about your major or area of interest
  • Attend an AGI class
  • Chat with AGI student ambassadors for the inside scoop on life in AGI

Register

All of the Ag Institute’s Spend-A-Day-At-State visits for Fall 2022 have ended but the Spring 2022 registration will be available in early January.

Information for Your Visit

We want your visit to NC State to be memorable and fun. See some of the most frequently asked questions about the Spend-a-Day-at-State experience.

Since we are currently unable to have visitors on campus, the visit will be virtual. You will receive a Zoom link before your visit that you will use to meet with everyone throughout your day.

The individual meetings will be 30 minutes. In addition, we will provide a link to a virtual tour of the campus. Finally, if you have requested additional information, e.g., financial aid, scholarships, etc., we will send you links for sessions to view at your convenience.

Your visit includes attending a general overview session, a one-on-one meeting with a faculty member in your area of interest, and talking with a current student.

We will provide you with a link to a virtual tour of campus that you can view at any time.