Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture

Who knew you could do all of this at a

College of Agriculture?



Check out the new "Ag" to build a career around something you're really passionate about. Maybe you're into animals.  Or bio and chem.  Or growing things.  Or making food healthier.  Or high-tech clothing.  Or creating a better future for our planet. Our learn by doing makes you career ready.

Learn by Doing

  • Community Service

    Learn more about our commitment to give back to our community.

  • Internships

    Learn more through internships with our industry partners.

  • Research

    Learn how our students benefit from participation in faculty research.

  • Student Employment

    Learn about jobs in your career field.

Amanda Borja and Jocelyne Kinjo

AMM Students Win Prestigious Scholarships

Amanda Borja and Jocelyne Kinjo were awarded the scholarship from the nonprofit YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund, which holds an annual competition.

An arborist in tree-climbing gear speaks to students at a demonstration.

Plant Science Hosts Arboriculture Summit

About 250 high school, community college, and four-year college students came to AGRIscapes in early December to learn about arboriculture – the cultivation and study of trees in urban settings – as a possible career option.

Seoha Min

AMM Faculty Shine at Industry Conference

Several apparel merchandising and management faculty made presentations at a national industry conference, with one taking home an award for her paper.

Farm Manager Dave Matias walks through a field of organically grown green beans at Spadra Farm.

Section of Spadra Farm Earns Organic Certification

To receive certification under USDA standards, the college had to document that it had not used synthetic pesticides or fertilizers on the 10-acre plot for at least three years.

David Still

Still, ARI Receive $1M Federal Grant

The California State University Agricultural Research Institute has received a $1 million, four-year federal grant to help 100 underrepresented students develop professional and scientific skills.

Schoolchildren listen and watch as a Cal Poly Pomona student uses a graphic display to talk about the different parts of a plant.

Children's Garden Offers Schoolchildren New Activities

Schoolchildren who visited AGRIscapes on field trips this fall learned new things in the Children’s Garden.

Bipin and Rekah Shah

Donors Support Plant-Based Nutrition Minor

The Huntley College of Agriculture will get a jumpstart on a new minor focusing on plant-based food and nutrition, thanks to a $51,000 donation from Bipin Shah and his wife, Rekha.