University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is one rooted in tradition and providing the tools for success to our students. The second oldest of 18 colleges within the University of Georgia, CAES was founded in 1859 and has a rich history of making strides in the advancement of agricultural, environmental, and food sciences, as well as being up to date with modern, cutting edge technologies in those fields.
We’re a college of learning, doing, seeing, experiencing, helping and leading. The small class sizes allow students to get one-on-one attention from renowned faculty, optimizing their educational and professional experiences at UGA. Faculty within CAES have won UGA’s “Inventor of the Year” award eight out of the last 15 years, and nine out of 14 years CAES faculty members have been named UGA “Advisor of the Year.”
Pair the college’s 22 majors and 17 minors with the Deans’ Promise that all CAES students will be provided with enrichment opportunities like study abroad programs, service learning courses, internships, undergraduate research projects and leadership-building programs—and students have the capability to customize their educational experience in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences to meet their academic and professional goals. The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has the highest rate of graduates accepted into graduate and professional schools of all colleges at UGA.
Check out more information about what CAES has to offer on the following pages, or make the commitment to your success now and apply to study at UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.