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. Check out our in-person and virtual options
Our priority is the safety and health of our visitors to campus. Due to COVID-19, we are offering in-person and virtual visitation options for prospective CALS students this fall. We offer sessions depending on your interests. Sessions may include:
- CALS overview session (get to know our college and the perks of being a CALS student)
- Major chats (conversation with a departmental representative in your major of interest)
- Pack chats (conversation with a current student in your major of interest)
- Apply to CALS information (overview of the NC State admissions process and guidance for CALS applicants)
Join us for an in-person CALS Spend a Day at State visit or participate in our virtual sessions.
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 the AGI Director
- An appointment with an advisor in your area of interest
- Attending an AGI class
- Lunch with a current student
Interested in applying to a CALS major?
Frequently Asked Questions
Can parents and guardians attend the sessions?
Yes. We strongly encourage parents/guardians to attend all in-person or virtual sessions with their students.
I will need a school excuse note to participate. How can I obtain one?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, and we will be happy to provide a note.
When will guided tours begin this fall?
Starting August 23, you can attend an on-campus tour led by an NC State Student Ambassador. Guided campus tours will be offered Monday through Friday starting at Talley Student Union. You can expect to walk around main campus for approximately one hour. Learn more at visit.ncsu.edu.