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2019 Best General Agriculture Schools in the New England Region

College Factual's General Agriculture Rankings Guide for the New England Region

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The New England area is not the most popular location to study General Agriculture, with there being just 22 students graduating each year from 2 degree programs.

General Agriculture degrees in the New England area cost between $137,114 to $200,708 subject to financial aid and use of in-state tuition. For reference, the countrywide average price of a General Agriculture degree is $124,503.

Find out just what the greatest General Agriculture colleges in the New England region are by browsing the following list.

Top General Agriculture Colleges in the New England Region Ranked by Quality

The rankings below feature the top Agriculture & Agriculture Operations colleges in the New England region for General Agriculture students. Read the full ranking methodology to learn the way we selected the colleges that appear on this list.

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University of Connecticut is a good decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. After graduating, agriculture students typically make an average of $40,895 at the beginning of their careers. The area of Storrs, Connecticut, is wonderful for students who favor a quieter, suburban place.

Close to 92.0% of freshmen decide to come back to this school for their sophomore year of school. With 97.1% of the instructors being full time, students will get a good amount of interaction with instructors. For details, look at college scorecard.

University of Maine is a good choice for individuals interested in a General Agriculture major. The specific location of Orono, Maine, is nice for college students who like a quieter, suburban spot.

76.0% of freshman students come back for their second year of school. Around 63.4% of the professors at this school are full-time and get normal office hours, so they should be more accessible to students. Ever wish colleges and universities were graded with a report card? Now they are. Take a look at University of Maine's scorecard.





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