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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 and spend a day with us.

Check out our virtual options.

4-Year Programs

Registration for our in-person Fall 2022 CALS Spend a Day at State program is full and has closed.

We are excited to hear about your interest. Please be sure to contact us at cals_recruiting@ncsu.edu for additional ways you can learn about CALS. We will resume our Spend a Day at State program this Spring!

Learn More

Experience NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Read our CALS majors guide on all the programs we offer students.

2-Year Programs

Spend a Day with the Agricultural Institute

Registration for our 2-year Spend a Day at State Program is available here: https://harvest.cals.ncsu.edu/applications/visit_cals/.

To learn more, visit the Agricultural Institute website or email Kaylee Gabriel.

Learn more about our programs at the NC State’s Agricultural Institute.

Interested in applying to a CALS major?

Tell us about yourself. Complete the NC State University interest form, and we’ll share current information about NC State and CALS, including the application and admissions process, and events and programs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. We strongly encourage parents/guardians to attend all in-person or virtual sessions with their students.

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

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 the main campus for approximately one hour. Learn more at visit.ncsu.edu.

It Takes a Wolfpack

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

steel wolf on campus with mask on.
One of the copper wolves at Wolf Plaza wears a protective face mask during the COVID19 (COVID 19) pandemic. Photo by Becky Kirkland.