Engage with CAS

Connect virtually with Ag Sci faculty and students and take a virtual tour of our college

Check out opportunities to connect both virtually and in-person with faculty and students from our college

College of Agricultural Sciences Virtual Preview Session

This session is designed for students in the process of exploring options for college.  You will learn about CAS academic programs, opportunities for engagement and experiential learning, and more.  Current students will share their experiences and answer questions about what it’s like to be a Beaver!'


Natural Sciences Tours

This tour provides an overview of academic programs relevant to the College of Agricultural Sciences, College of Forestry, and the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences.  The Natural Science Tour is available both virtually and in-person

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DAM Lectures

Register for a virtual DAM Lecture with the College of Agricultural Sciences! "DAM" Lecture stands for "Demonstrative Academic Mock" Lecture. These sessions are designed to give you a sneak peek of what a college lecture is like within the College of Agricultural Sciences. Join us to hear faculty hear about the cool research and projects they're working on!


College of Agricultural Sciences Admitted Student Sessions – A Closer Look at Academic Majors with Advisors

These virtual sessions are designed for students who have recently been admitted to Oregon State University. You will learn about College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) academic majors, opportunities for engagement and experiential learning, and career opportunities. Academic advisors will provide information and answer your burning questions!


Voices of Diversity

The College of Agricultural Sciences is committed to providing support and resources to traditionally underserved students.  Join us for this virtual session to learn about amazing student organizations such as Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Science (MANRRS) and the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), and Students for Cultivating Change (SCC) committed to minorized students success.  Students and staff will share information about OSU’s seven Cultural Centers and you will also learn about support programs such as The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) and the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) and scholarship opportunities.  There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion – we can’t wait to see you!


Academic Programs Office

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