Potential students may find a wonderful support system program from those who want to enroll in either Landscape and Horticulture Management or Plant and Soil Science.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify, as well as scholarships and potentially student housing. For their payment of student housing students are expected to work in one of the Renewable Resource units.
Many opportunities are available to students who graduate in Landscape and Horticulture Management or Plant and Soil Science. Opportunities range from starting your own landscape company to consulting or on to graduate studies.
The National Wetlands Research Center and the Estuarine Fisheries Habitat and Coastal Center offer students unique opportunities for internships or possible employment. No matter what major a student selects the student will be well versed to address the issues of today and tomorrow. Check out the careers in Landscape and Horticulture Management and the Plant and Soil Science options.