Future Students

Are you interested in biotechnology, food, plants, the environment, community development, turfgrass management, animals or business? The Ontario Agriculture College at the University of Guelph, has a program for you!

OAC Programs

  • Animal Science – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – B.Sc. (Agr.)
  • Animal Biology – Bachelor of Science – B.Sc.
  • Crop, Horticulture and Turfgrass Sciences – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – B.Sc. (Agr.)
  • Ecology – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences – B.Sc. (Env.)
  • Environment and Resource Management – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences – B.Sc. (Env.)
  • Environmental Biology – Bachelor of Science – B.Sc.
  • Environmental Economics and Policy – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences – B.Sc. (Env.)
  • Environmental Management – Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management – BBRM
  • Environmental Sciences – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences – B.Sc. (Env.)
  • Equine Management – Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management – BBRM
  • Food Science – Bachelor of Science – B.Sc.
  • Food, Agriculture and Resource Economics – Bachelor of Arts – BA
  • Food and Agricultural Business – Bachelor of Commerce – B.Comm.
  • Honours Agriculture – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – B.Sc. (Agr.)
  • Landscape Architecture – Bachelor of Landscape Architecture – B.La.
  • Organic Agriculture – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – B.Sc. (Agr.)
  • Plant Science – Bachelor of Science – B.Sc.

Reasons to choose OAC

  • OAC is one of the top agri-food colleges in the world and the University of Guelph has been consistently ranked by Maclean’s magazine for the last five years as one of Canada’s best comprehensive universities.
  • OAC faculty are internationally renowned for their outstanding life sciences’ research and teaching particularly in the fields of biotechnology, international and community development, the environment, food safety and animal welfare. Many of our faculty have won top Canadian teaching awards. OAC research funding totals more than $50 million per year.
  • OAC graduates are in demand by industry, commerce and government.
  • OAC offers a variety of experiential learning opportunities for students including co-op and the opportunity to study abroad programs.
  • OAC has $1 million per year available for student scholarships and awards.
  • OAC offers a strong network of regional campuses and research stations that provides students with broad choice of educational opportunities.
  • OAC has an exclusive, long-term contract with the Ontario government, Ministry of Agriculture and Food to provide research in agriculture, food, rural communities and the environment.

Get Hip Quick

Do get involved.
Don’t wait to be asked to volunteer.

Do be proud of the OAC, and the fact that you’re an Aggie.
Don’t miss out on AGGIE WEEK, or the SFOAC Frosh BBQ.

Do ask questions of SFOAC, your class or club executive, as well as professors and University staff.
Don’t line up for new books- buy used.

Do paint the cannon in Branion Plaza.
Don’t call ‘THE KEG’; the “Brass Taps!”

Do go on Crop Tour (Summer before 4th year).
Don’t forget your ID card for anything, especially exams.

Do play intramural sports.
Don’t miss out in all the fun the OAC provides.

Do prove that your class is the best and accumulate spirit points.
Don’t miss a single Aggie Pub.

Do apply for Scholarships in the Undergraduate Calendar which is online.
Don’t forget to visit the Aggie Lounge in Johnston Hall regularly.

Do remember to have a great time.
Don’t forget that the reason you are here is for an education.