The College of Agricultural Sciences is well known for the sense of family and community it fosters. This residential floor in Edwards Hall is a natural extension of this sense of community. Residents can take advantage of exam reviews and club meetings that will be held periodically in common meeting rooms in Edwards. Students may learn about many extracurricular activities including: English Riding Club, Versatility Ranch Horse Club, Polo Team, Collegiate Horseman’s Association, Rodeo Club, Pre-Vet Club, Mountain Riders Club, and others. Being active and involved members of the community are important to students living in the Equine Community.
If you have an interest in science and industry, animals, and other areas of interest offered by the College of Agricultural Sciences, this program may provide you with the environment you desire.
For information about the Equine Community contact Cassidy Kurtz, Coordinator, at (970) 491-8666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.