Whether you’re just starting your college journey as a member of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences family or are already well on your way to earning your degree, we want to get to know you better. We invite you to visit campus, attend a special event, or contact us to learn more about what it means to be part of the CALS family.
And, if you haven’t already completed your application for admission, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. It’s one of the first steps you need to take to become a Wildcat! Apply now.
The University of Arizona offers many opportunities for future students to visit campus and learn more about CALS.
Sign up for an information session: The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences welcomes prospective students and families to learn about our majors. Individual meetings/tours are available by appointment. For available dates and information, please contact Erin Kowalsky at 520-621-1145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a campus tour: We recommend signing up for a tour to learn more about campus. Sign up.
Participate in the Arizona Experience: Spend a day on campus visiting CALS and learning about academics, financial aid, student services, residence life, and more. Schedule your Arizona Experience.
Sit in on a class: Our Class Cats programs gives you the opportunity to attend a class as the guest of one of our students. Sign up for Class Cats.
Attend A Special Event
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences organizes and participates in a variety of career fairs, conventions, visits to high schools and community colleges, and other off-campus events. Watch for us and introduce yourself if you see us at an event near you!
Advisors, faculty, and staff are happy to answer any questions you have about CALS or the admissions process. Please contact one of our recruiters for more information:
Ruben Fierros (Phoenix and Northern Arizona)
Erin Kowalsky (Tucson and Southern Arizona)
You also may contact our Career and Academic Services office at 520-621-3616 for more information.