Spend a Day at State

Want to learn more about the 4-year and 2-year programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences? Come spend a day with us!

CALS 4-Year Degree Visits

As always, our first priority is the safety and health of our visitors to campus. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer our Spend a Day at State program in-person on our campus at this time given COVID-19. In-person visits have been canceled for the foreseeable future. Plans are currently underway for offering options for our CALS visitors this Fall, although at this time, we are not able to provide a specific date as to when in-person visits will resume. Please check back later to register for our virtual Howling with CALS opportunities taking place this Fall.

We are currently offering virtual opportunities for rising high school juniors and seniors. Please click here to request time to speak with a CALS faculty/staff member and/or student in your department of interest through our Major Chats and Pack Chats.

You can also check out our College overview for students here. Spend 15 minutes learning more about your College of interest and what it has to offer all CALS students – from what makes us unique, what opportunities and resources are available, and how we support students.

Please also consider viewing NC State University’s Virtual Tour to explore campus, review our self-guided tour, and stay updated on NC State’s response to COVID-19 at ncsu.edu/coronavirus. Undergraduate Virtual Admissions Sessions are also available for prospective first-year and transfer students.

Spend a Day at State with the Agricultural Institute

Are you interested in learning more about the Agricultural Institute, the 2-year Associate of Applied Science degree program that’s a part of NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences?

Then spend a day with us. Your visit includes:

  • Meeting with our director, Beth Wilson
  • Meeting with an advisor in your specific area of interest
  • Attending an Ag Institute class
  • Lunch with a current student

During your visit, you also will tour the campus and learn more about what the Agricultural Institute has to offer.

Questions?