Graduate Enrollment Protocol for Agronomy and Resource Sciences and Animal and Wildlife Sciences
Departments of Agronomy and Resource Sciences and Animal and Wildlife Sciences graduate research positions are filled for funded studies only. Graduate students are encouraged to apply only if they have already been nominated by the project principal investigator and advisor. Students wishing to apply without a funded research project risk the possibility of ultimately not being able to fulfill the final master of science requirements by presenting project results.
All Agronomy and Resource Sciences, and Animal and Wildlife Sciences students must check in with Eva DeLeon and follow the graduate application process. Ms. DeLeon handles all issues pertaining to Admissions for these graduate students, and is also a liaison for the College of Graduate Studies. Ms. DeLeon also handles office assignments for M.S. Students–except for human sciences. Submit copies of ALL paperwork to Ms. DeLeon, including paperwork turned in to the College of Graduate Studies.
This page was last updated on: May 13, 2011