Texas Tech University College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

Lubbock, TX

Founded in 1923

From here, it's possible.

Urban

setting

38,209

Students

69%

Acceptance Rate

$9,080 / $19,040

Tuition In-state / Out-of-state

Overview

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If you’re exploring the possibility of an education in the field of agricultural sciences or natural resources, we’re excited about the possibility of you investigating Texas Tech. We have programs in CASNR which prepare young men and women to become leaders in the food, fiber, agriculture, renewable natural resources, or environmental disciplines. Our faculty and staff welcome your questions about CASNR and would invite you to our campus for a visit any time.

Agricultural Degrees Offered

  • Agribusiness
  • Agricultural and Applied Economics
  • Agricultural Communications
  • Agricultural Education
  • Animal Sciences
  • Conservation Science
  • Environmental Crop and Soil Sciences
  • Farm and Ranch Management
  • Fisheries Biology
  • Food Technology
  • Horticultural and Turfgrass Sciences
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Range Conservation
  • Wildlife Biology
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Admissions

Total Enrollment: 38,209

Male Female Student Ratio: 50%/50%

Acceptance Rate: 69%

Applying

Application Fee: $75

Application Deadline: March 1

Target GPA: 2.25

Target SAT Score: 1167

Target ACT Score: 24

Tuition

In-State: $9,080

Out-of-State: $19,040

Room and Board: $19,040

More Info

Religious Affiliation: non-denominational

Faculty/Student Ratio: 20/1

Research Farm at New Deal

The Texas Tech New Deal farm consists of over 980 acres and has multiple research programs within Tech's Department of Animal and Food Sciences and the Department of Plant and Soil Science. Some of these programs within the Department of Animal Science include a 1,000 head research feedlot facility for studying the finishing of cattle and ruminant animal nutrition. In addition, the facility has: An indoor and outdoor swine research program and swine farrowing facility for the study of pigs; a metabolism center for the detailed study of animal nutrition of various feed sources passing through the animal; a beef center for the study of cow/calf and bull research; a sheep and goat facility for both research and education.