Ashland University, located in rural Ohio, owns several environmental preserves allowing students research opportunities near campus.
Clark State Community College
Clark State’s agriculture program is a high quality, low cost option for students.
Cincinnati State Technical & Community College
Cincinnati State Technical & Community College has the most affordable tuition in the state per credit hour and the curriculum includes hands-on education.
Wilmington College focuses on hands-on learning in the agriculture program. An educational farm enhances the classroom experience and a new, state-of-the-art Center for the Sciences and Agriculture sets Wilmington’s laboratory facilities apart.
Hocking College is one of the few two-year colleges with dorms and campus life experience for students.
Central State University School of Agricultural Education and Food Science
Central State University is an 1890 Land Grant Institution offering Research, Extension, and Teaching in Agriculture.
West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Design
WVU is a land grant university and offer majors that allow a student delve deeper and specialize in a particular interest.
Delaware Valley University
Delaware Valley University is an independent, nonprofit university with more than 25 undergraduate majors in the natural sciences, business, and humanities.
Ohio Wesleyan University
Ohio Wesleyan University combines a broad curriculum with research, internship and other opportunities to connect the classroom with real-world experience.
University of Northwestern Ohio
The University of Northwestern Ohio provides relevant, real-world education and delivers accredited academics at an affordable price.