Student Resources

Advising and Support

We are here to help you on every step of your education in Soil and Crop Sciences and CSU. Each program is unique and our advisors specialize in your specific need. Follow the link that best describes your degree type to get the support and information you need.

For Current Students

If you are already enrolled as a student additional resources and department related activities are available through the Soil and Crop Intranet Portal.

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Undergraduate Students

Chris Ammerman

Chris Amerman

Student Success Coordinator
C138 Plant Sciences Building
(970) 491-6804
Your success is our primary goal. Our Student Success Coordinator Chris Amerman can help you navigate your education in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences.

Three Bachelors Degree Concentrations

If you are considering our undergraduate programs, we offer a bachelor’s degree in Soil and Crop Sciences with three concentrations to choose from. Take a moment to browse our concentrations and find a program that fits your interests.

If you are wanting an online opportunity to finish a Bachelors Degree, we offer a completion program in the Sustainable Agricultural Management Concentration.

We also have a pathway agreement with Northeast Community College in Nebraska, where students complete their first 2 years at Northeast Community College.  Then graduates can transfer into our online program to finish their last 2 years and earn a Bachelors Degree.

For more information please see our transfer information page.

Learn more about the Northeast Community College Agronomy Associate’s Degree…Agronomy | Northeast Community College, Nebraska and the Associate of Science Degree … Agriculture – College Transfer – AS | Northeast Community College, Nebraska

Graduate Students

Kierra Jewell

Kierra Jewell

Graduate Student Coordinator
(970) 491-6201

Graduate Student Application Guidelines

Our Department requires additional steps to the graduate school application. We require all our graduate students to have established an advisor before applying, and we have some additional application deadlines you may need to learn about before you apply.

Graduate Degree Programs

We offer multiple specialization areas for our Master’s and Doctoral programs. Because we require our graduate applicants to secure a faculty advisor first, you will have the opportunity to discuss the specific area of interest you want to specialize in.




Useful Links

Agronomy Club

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SOCR Research

Learn about our research programs and focus areas.

Outreach and Engagement

Our students are an integral part of our outreach and educational programs. Learn how you can be part of our programs.