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Spend a Day at State – Virtual Visits

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.

4-Year Degree Programs

Our priority is the safety and health of our visitors to campus. Due to COVID-19, we cannot offer our on-campus Spend a Day at State program at this time. However, we are excited to offer our virtual Howling with CALS visitation program for prospective CALS students. 

Are you a middle school student or high school freshman or sophomore? Please watch our college overview video to learn more about what CALS has to offer all students – from what makes us unique, available opportunities and resources, and how we support students.

Experience NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Also, view NC State University’s virtual campus tour and self-guided campus tour. Undergraduate virtual admissions sessions are also available for prospective first-year and transfer students.

Learn more about our majors, minors, and concentrations below.

Visit the Protect the Pack website to stay updated on NC State’s response to COVID-19. 

What to Know

Due to COVID-19, we cannot offer our CALS Spend a Day at State program on campus. Contact us for information on our new virtual learning opportunities.

We look forward to your (virtual) CALS visit and getting to know you.

Contact CALS Recruiting 
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Yes. We strongly encourage parents/guardians to attend all virtual sessions with their student. 

We offer a variety of options depending on your interests.

  • CALS info sessions (get to know our college and the perks of being a CALS student)
  • Student Chats (learn about the CALS student experience)
  • Major Chats (with faculty/staff in your major of interest)
  • Pack Chats (conversations with current students in your major of interest)
  • Virtual class observations

Contact us at cals_recruiting@ncsu.edu with your request, and we will be happy to provide a note.

Spend a Day with the Agricultural Institute

Are you interested in learning more about the Agricultural Institute (AGI), the 2-year Associate of Applied Science degree program at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences? Spend a day with us and learn more about what AGI has to offer you.

Your visit will include:

  • A meeting with AGI Director Beth Wilson
  • An appointment with an advisor in your area of interest
  • Attending an AGI class
  • Lunch with a current student

To learn more, visit the Agricultural Institute website or email Kayla B. Howell.