Enrollment at the University of Minnesota’s College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) has been on the uptick. The trend is promising for the future of agriculture, as more bright, young minds choose a career in the field.
Applications and overall enrollment in CFANS have increased steadily over the last three years. A major driver of that growth has come from external transfers, which have increased approximately 5 percent.
Students who choose CFANS over other science-based colleges are often doing so for its unique opportunities,