Whether you've just been admitted to UMD and the College of AGNR or you're a prospective student, we want to connect with you!
We know that the college search and selection process can be overwhelming, but we're here to help in any way possible. We encourage you to visit with us to learn more about AGNR and experience what it would be like to be a Terp.
Please contact our recruitment team with any questions or if you would like to further customize your visit experience! You can reach Kristen Coffey or April Brohawn at FutureAGNR@umd.edu.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and keeping in mind the health and safety of our future Terps, we will not be hosting in-person visit opportunities in Fall 2020. Instead, we are focusing on offering a wide array of virtual visits and information sessions open to all prospective Terps, their families, and educators. We hope you will join us at one of our opportunities listed below this fall!
Check out the visit links below for more information and registration:
Fall 2020 Virtual Events
Discover how a major in the agricultural and environmental sciences can prepare you to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges! The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) is an applied life sciences college focused on eliminating hunger, preserving our natural resources, and improving the quality of life. Hear from faculty, staff, and students about what awaits you as an AGNR Terp!
Join us for an informative discussion with students interested in the Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC) program at AGNR. We will discuss our new Environmental Economics concentration plus the Business Management concentration that enables students to take courses at the Smith School.
The Environmental Science and Policy Program is thrilled to host a live Q&A chat for prospective students. Led by Assistant Director Ms. Angela Mazur-Gray, and accompanied by members of the ENSP Student Advisory Board, prospective students will have the opportunity learn more about the ENSP program and ask questions about the student experience at the University of Maryland. Topics of discussion include the curriculum, study abroad opportunities, internship experiences, research, clubs, activities, and more. We can't wait to meet you!
Discover ENST with academic advisor, Eni Baballari. Attend this event to learn more about ENST's academic programs, clubs, career opportunities, and more. You'll get a chance to speak with an advisor, one of our talented professors, and even current ENST undergraduate students. There will also be plenty of time for student questions during this session.
Links to Register:
The Institute of Applied Agriculture (IAA) offers a two-year program within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland, College Park. Whether you have already applied to the IAA or are still exploring your options, we invite you to meet us virtually for our Open House events this fall.
At the IAA, you’ll find the best elements of a small institution paired with the numerous benefits of belonging to Maryland's flagship university. Students experience hands-on learning, close ties with faculty, and a strong community of students and alumni.
Our program offers both a career-ready credential (UMD Certificate in Applied Agriculture), and a pathway for transfer into a bachelor's degree program. Ready to learn more?
The Department of Nutrition and Food Science (NFSC) at the University of Maryland’s (UMD) College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) is a leader in innovative and cutting-edge research, undergraduate and graduate education, and outreach activities. Faculty and staff prepare students for careers in global food and health systems including the food industry, state and federal regulatory agencies, healthcare, food and nutrition policy, community nutrition, and dietetics.
Join us to learn more about our majors in Food Science, Nutritional Science, and Dietetics!
Would you like to contribute to a sustainable future and enhanced environmental quality through design, conservation and management of plants and other natural resources, and the planning, design and management of landscapes? Join us for a virtual open house to learn more about our undergraduate majors: Agricultural Science & Technology, Landscape Architecture, and Plant Sciences. These majors include specializations and concentrations: Agronomy, Environmental Horticulture, Agricultural & Extension Education, Plant Biology, Turf & Golf Course Management, Urban Forestry as well as training in community, creative, ecological, and urban design. Will you join us?
October 21st from 4:00 - 5:00 PM EST
Hear from members of Symons Squad, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources young alumni group, during this panel about their experience as AGNR Terps and their careers after graduation!
Join us for a special information session exclusively for members of 4-H to learn about how to transform your 4-H background into a future in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. You'll learn more about our programs and application. Also, hear from 4-H alumni who transformed into AGNR Terps as they share their experiences and successes.
Recordings of Past Events:
AGNR New Student Chat with Dean Beyrouty - Spring 2020
To view the recording of our Live Chat with Dr. Beyrouty, click the following link (you will be redirected to YouTube) or watch the video embedded below.
AGNR Ambassador Chat and Q&A - Spring 2020
Missed our Live Chat with the AGNR Ambassadors held on April 3rd? Click the link below to watch the recording on YouTube or watch the video embedded below.