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The LSU College of Agriculture offers eight undergraduate majors with over 40 concentrations. No matter your major, you will gain hands-on experience inside and outside the class. All our majors have opportunities to engage in hands-on labs, participate in undergraduate research, travel abroad, partake in internships, and connect with faculty. You're not just joining a college when you become an LSU Ag Tiger, you're becoming a member of the College of Agriculture family with a network of thousands of alums in Louisiana and across the country.
College of Agriculture News
On Friday, May 19, 2023, the LSU College of Agriculture awarded a total of 256 degrees during the spring commencement ceremony. The college acknowledged the graduates for their exceptional academic performance and various honors and distinctions.
Susan Lindrew, a senior majoring in textiles, apparel and merchandising, has been working on a research project on experimental patternmaking to use the typically discarded portions of alligator hides in fashion.
LSU track and field athlete Jackson Martingayle has been named the Southeastern Conference H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the 2022-23 academic year. The H. Boyd McWhorter Award is the highest academic honor earned by a student-athlete in the SEC.
Thirty LSU College of Agriculture graduate students participated in LSU Pinkie Gordon Lane Graduate School’s inaugural Graduate Research Conference (GRC). The event showcased the research and creativity of 240 graduate students across the university.
Nearly 30 Baton Rouge influencers, including elected officials, business owners, industry and non-profit organizers leaders, visited LSU for a showcase of the university’s efforts to support the local economy through research, scholarship, and talent development.
Kali Elftman is a natural resource and ecology management major researching how to control the growth of ball moss on LSU’s campus.