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Ferrum College is a wonderful option for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Ferrum, Virginia is located in a calm, tranquil, outlying area.
First-year students are not required to live on-campus at Ferrum College. Worried that you won't be able to afford Ferrum College? Don’t let that prevent you from applying because 99.0% of students receive some form of financial aid. For more info, check out the college scorecard.
Virginia State University is one of the finest schools in the country for General Agriculture. The location of Petersburg, Virginia, is great for individuals who opt for a less busy, suburban place.
This school is thought to be a good choice for those in the military. Due to Virginia State's excellent student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1, there are many possibilities for students to work closely with their professors. A virtual tour could be a great way to learn more about Virginia State University.
Virginia Tech is a great choice for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Want a large student body? This college has over 20,000 students on campus.
This school is well-known for the support of military personnel and is the 18 best in the country for veterans. If on-campus safety is one of your priorities, you will be glad to know that this school has a low crime rate. Interested in learning more about Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's campus? Go on a virtual tour.