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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.
Ohio Wesleyan University
Ohio Wesleyan University combines a broad curriculum with research, internship and other opportunities to connect the classroom with real-world experience.
Callie Taylor, WVU Potomac State College
Callie Taylor attended WVU Potomac State College with a major in agricultural business. She is now finishing her degree at Colorado State University.
Caleb Wright, Penn State University
Caleb Wright graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor degree in agricultural and extension education.
Elizabeth Moff, Ohio State University
Elizabeth Moff graduated from the Ohio State University with a bachelor degree in food science.
Elliot C. Redding, Penn State University
Elliot C. Redding graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor degree in landscape contracting, design and build.
Adam Bils, University of Northwestern Ohio
Adam Bils graduated from the University of Northwestern Ohio with a degree in agricultural equipment technology.
Jarred Shellhouse, Ohio State University
Jarred Shellhouse graduated from the Ohio State University with a bachelors degree in agricultural communication and public affairs.
Susquehanna University offers two environmental majors with field-based lab courses and summer fieldwork — Earth and Environmental Sciences and Ecology.
Why do graduates decorate their caps?
More college graduates are adding a personal touch to graduation day by decorating their mortarboards. Why? Can we learn from the way graduates decorate their caps?