College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental
College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is
committed to providing programs that respond to the complex needs of
Ohio's population and the demands on the state’s resources. The
college focuses on four areas: production efficiency, economic
viability, environmental compatibility, and social responsibility.
Teachers and researchers are trained in a variety of disciplines,
including plant and animal biology, entomology, microbiology, soil
science, food science, engineering, economics, sociology, education,
and communications. As a result, students experience integrated
learning on multiple levels, enabling a better understanding of each
discipline, engaging more effectively in the public discussion of
them, and ultimately resolving them and working together to address
environmental problems and societal needs.
If you have questions: Please contact a staff member.
The Ohio State Fund for the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Fund Number: 303008
Provides discretionary monies for activities that could not otherwise be provided including outreach, alumni relations, students' co-curricular activities and undergraduate research
Students First, Students Now Scholarship Fund in FAES
Fund Number: 313122
Provides need-based scholarship monies for students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences