When most students at your college are in your major it makes it easy to make connections. Learn why so many students study Agricultural Production at the schools below.
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Any student who is interested in Agricultural Production has to take a look at Kent State University at Ashtabula. This is a wonderful opportunity for students who like the style of a quaint college town.
Don't worry if you're not from Ohio, you won't feel as if you're out of place at Kent State University at Ashtabula. About 2.4% of undergrads come from another state. By providing educational funding to 59.0% of its undergraduates,Kent State University at Ashtabula makes it possible to avoid taking on too much debt. Ever wish schools were graded with a report card? Now they are. Look at Kent State University at Ashtabula's scorecard.
Every student pursuing a degree in Agricultural Production has to take a look at Wilmington College. Wilmington, Ohio is situated in a peaceful, relaxing, country area.
About 57.0% of the teachers at Wilmington College have full-time hours, which means they should have plenty of time to work with students in their class. Wilmington College does not require first-year students to live on-campus. Look at a few school videos to discover what student life is like.
It's difficult to beat Tiffin University if you want to pursue Agricultural Production as a major. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Tiffin University's location in the small town of Tiffin, Ohio.
Freshman students are not required to live on-campus at Tiffin University. International students don't have to worry about sticking out due to the fact 10.2% of Tiffin University's undergraduates come from other countries. Take a virtual tour to explore more about Tiffin University's campus.