Our job at the the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology is to ensure the academic success of every student who walks through our program, including you. Our faculty, staff and administration look forward to assisting you in this exciting and challenging endeavor, whether it be answering program questions, helping you find the classes you need, or choosing your road map toward a degree.
Faculty have developed guides identifying what courses you should take each semester to complete your chosen degree in four years. A list of these “Road Maps” can be accessed by clicking on the Degree Roadmaps link on the right and selecting your degree. You can find additional degree information by visiting individual department web pages or by contacting department offices.
Clubs and Organizations
You will have the opportunity for an active lifestyle on campus through extra-curricular educational, social and athletic activities and by participation in more than 250 clubs and organizations, including more than 30 within the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. For a list of the clubs and organizations within the college, click on the Clubs and Organizations tab to the left. More information about club activities can be obtained by contacting the different department offices.
Student Leadership Council
The eight-person student team serves as an important bridge between administration, faculty and staff to provide feedback and recommendations related to academics, student involvement and resources, and opportunities within the college. More information is available here.
Honors Research Cohort
Created in 2014, the program provides junior and senior students scholarly, creative and motivated Jordan College students an enhanced educational experience with advanced study and engagement with select faculty. More information is available by clicking the Honors Cohort tab above to the left.
Farm training, research and employment opportunities
The University Agricultural Laboratory – an exceptional training ground – is among the finest in the nation. On its 1,011 acres are a variety of crops, hundreds of animals, greenhouses, a dairy processing facility, a farm market, a winery and a raisin processing plant, all of which involve student participation and employment at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. To apply for employment, visit the Agricultural Operations office at 2385. E. Barstow Ave., or call 559.278.2011. For more information about specific plant and animal units, contact the respective department offices.