Most Focused 2018 Agricultural Production Schools in the Middle Atlantic Region

These are the U.S. Middle Atlantic Region Schools Most Focused on Agricultural Production

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You’ll have great chances to make connections when most of the students at your college are in your major! The majority of students at the colleges below study Agricultural Production for a reason. Find out what makes all the programs at the colleges below unique.

If You're Limiting Your Search to the Middle Atlantic Region, Which Schools are Most Focused on Agricultural Production?

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It's difficult to beat Morrisville State College if you wish to pursue Agricultural Production as a major. Morrisville, New York is situated in a peaceful, tranquil, rural area.

Interested in Liberal arts general studies? It's the most popular program at this school. Each year, around 86.0% first-year students get scholarships, with the typical award being $1,338. Take a virtual tour for more information on Morrisville State College's campus.

Delaware Valley University is a great decision for students pursuing an Agricultural Production degree. Situated in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, DelVal provides a safe and sound, suburban environment for students.

Many DelVal first-year students receive scholarships. Each extra year of higher education causes students to take on more debt, so DelVal's strong 50.2% graduation rate is something to take note of. For details, check out the college scorecard.

Cornell University is a wonderful choice for students pursuing an Agricultural Production degree. Ithaca, New York is an appropriate setting for learners who appreciate the active city life.

You may want to study hard for your SAT; the typical score of applicants to Cornell is 1,430. Only 36.0% of college students graduate in four years. Cornell is way ahead of the pack on that mark with a 86.4% on-time graduation rate. Take a virtual tour for more information on Cornell's campus.


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