Change Your Major
Interested in changing your major to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources?
*If you are already a student in AGNR and are looking to switch to another AGNR major, you do NOT need to attend the AGNR Change of Major Workshop. Simply make an appointment with the advisor in the department you wish to switch to.
*Students wishing to declare ANIMAL SCIENCES or ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY do NOT need to attend the AGNR Change of Major Workshop. Instead, please visit/contact:
To Change Your Major You Must:
This allows you to see how your completed coursework will fit into the new degree and help you to determine if this new major is the right one for you before you commit to attending a workshop. If you need help with your 4-year plan or would like some additional insight on the new major, please feel free to meet with any one of our AGNR Peer Mentors.
Contact the AGNR Department that you are planning to go into and make them aware that you intend to declare one of their majors. Some department advisors prefer to meet with students before they attend a workshop while some prefer to meet after; it's up to you to determine which steps your new department would like you to take first.
Select a date at the bottom of the page and submit the Change of Major form. All workshops meet in 0118 Symons Hall unless noted otherwise.
Please note: due to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent closures, our Major Change workshop will instead be done one-on-one via video-chat. Please fill out your registration form HERE.
We will take this time to introduce you to the college and its available resources as well as the academic policies that you should be aware of. Use this time to ask questions about AGNR and other general academics but please note that major-specific advising will not be provided at the workshop.
Contact/meet with the AGNR Department that you are planning to go into and make them aware that you intend to declare one of their majors. Some department advisors prefer to meet with students after their change of major workshop.