Best Agriculture colleges in Kansas

Best Agriculture colleges in Kansas for 2021

Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS

Kansas State University may be known as “The Little Apple” because it is located in Manhattan, Kan., but for the roughly 2,680 undergrads and 350 graduate students enrolled in the College of Agriculture, the classic college town is a great place to learn about farm-related issues. Twelve percent of Kansas State’s graduating class in 2013 earned a degree in an agricultural discipline, making it the school’s second most popular area of study. Undergraduate majors include agribusiness, agricultural communications and journalism, agricultural economics, agricultural education, agricultural technology management, agronomy, animal sciences and industry, bakery science and management, feed science and management, food science and industry, general agriculture, horticulture, milling science and management, park management and conservation, pre-veterinary medicine, and wildlife and outdoor enterprise management. In 2008, Kansas State opened the Biosecurity Research Institute, a frontline offensive against pathogens in livestock, insects and plants that threaten food supplies and health. University, industry, and governmental scientists conduct research in the 113,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility.This gives students countless opportunities for hands-on experience. “K-State Ag” students, as they are called, also benefit from more than 30 agriculture-related student organizations and 20 competitive teams. From Collegiate Cattlewomen to the Poultry Judging Team, there’s an extracurricular activity to suit every interest.

University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS

University of Kansas offers 2 Agriculture degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a small city. In 2019, 14 Agriculture students graduated with students earning 9 Doctoral degrees, and 5 Master's degrees.

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Fort Hays State University offers 3 Agriculture degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a remote town. In 2019, 86 Agriculture students graduated with students earning 86 Bachelor's degrees.

List of all Agriculture colleges in Kansas

School Average Tuition Student Teacher Ratio Enrolled Students
Kansas State University Logo Kansas State University Manhattan, KS
22 : 1 21,719
Barton County Community College Logo Barton County Community College Great Bend, KS
61 : 1 4,300
Garden City Community College Logo Garden City Community College Garden City, KS
28 : 1 1,892
Butler Community College Logo Butler Community College El Dorado, KS
52 : 1 7,964
Dodge City Community College Logo Dodge City Community College Dodge City, KS
34 : 1 1,513
Johnson County Community College Logo Johnson County Community College Overland Park, KS
57 : 1 18,278
Colby Community College Logo Colby Community College Colby, KS
29 : 1 1,410
Pratt Community College Logo Pratt Community College Pratt, KS
33 : 1 1,181
Hutchinson Community College Logo Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson, KS
38 : 1 5,315
Fort Scott Community College Logo Fort Scott Community College Fort Scott, KS
47 : 1 1,827
Highland Community College Logo Highland Community College Highland, KS
52 : 1 2,866
Allen County Community College Logo Allen County Community College Iola, KS
80 : 1 2,407
University of Kansas Logo University of Kansas Lawrence, KS
21 : 1 27,552
Cloud County Community College Logo Cloud County Community College Concordia, KS
44 : 1 1,802
Fort Hays State University Logo Fort Hays State University Hays, KS
43 : 1 15,908
Coffeyville Community College Logo Coffeyville Community College Coffeyville, KS
37 : 1 1,758
Seward County Community College Logo Seward County Community College Liberal, KS
34 : 1 1,837
Tabor College Logo Tabor College Hillsboro, KS
18 : 1 642
North Central Kansas Technical College Logo North Central Kansas Technical College Beloit, KS
18 : 1 913
Northwest Kansas Technical College Logo Northwest Kansas Technical College Goodland, KS   24 : 1 735