Utah State University was founded in 1888 as an agricultural college, but things have dramatically changed since then. While agriculture involves the daily production, processing, and distribution of products that sustain our lives, the College of Agriculture is focused on the science of life. Earth conservation, biotechnology, disease cures, and community are now at the center of our interest and successes. We consider agriculture the science of life, and our programs are the proof.


Browse the Agriculture and Applied Sciences Collections:

Agricultural Experiment Station

Animal, Dairy & Veterinary Sciences

Applied Economics

Applied Sciences, Technology and Education

Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Sciences

Plants, Soils, and Climate

USU Student Organic Farm Newsletter