College of Agricultural Sciences
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Home to the Harold and Pearl Dripps School of Agricultural Sciences, McNeese has three working farms where you can gain practical experience in everything from animal science to growing crops and beekeeping. We’re also home to the state-of-the-art CAMPP facility, where you can learn the skills needed for careers in food safety, meat processing and product preparation. With robust internship, research and scholarship opportunities and a national champion rodeo team to boot, the College of Agriculture is ready to help you get started on your path to success.
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Natural resource conservation management and agricultural sciences major Hunter Lepretre, Gueydan, served this summer as the first student intern for agronomy research with the LSU AgCenter at the H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station in Rayne. “Gueydan is an area well-known for…Read More
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What is CAMPP?
CAMPP is a satellite campus of McNeese where students learn how to conduct applied research related to agricultural sciences. At CAMPP, students also prepare for a wide variety of careers in agriculture, food science and food service.
What Makes McNeese One of the Best Schools for Agriculture?
- Our students have the opportunity to travel to national and international academic and industry conventions to present their research.
- Students in the College of Agricultural Sciences are first choice for local, state and national scholarships.
- Our nutrition and dietetics program has additional accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).