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College of Agriculture & Technology

Over the past 100 years, ASU has evolved from a regional school of agricultural instruction to a comprehensive university. The College of Agriculture and Technology has also evolved throughout the years. While education is still our primary mission, we also have extensive public outreach programming and research activities.

Graduates ready for career advancement


We prepare our graduates for entry and career advancement in the food, fiber and natural resources industry, which involves production (farming), agribusiness and value added processing, public service and rural leadership; and for entry and advancement in the manufacturing and industrial technology industries.

We offer both undergraduate and master’s degrees within the college, and we participate in doctoral education through the interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences and Molecular Biosciences programs.

ASU Regional Farmers' Market

Farmers Market LogoThe ASU Regional Farmers' Market  is a non-profit entity for the purpose of developing and operating a locally owned and operated farmers' market in Jonesboro and the surrounding area.

For further information, contact Bob Young: 870-926-0250


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2016 Arkansas Soil and Water Education Conference

18th Annual Arkansas Soil & Water Education Conference  

The 18th Annual Arkansas Soil and Water Education Conference will be held Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at the Convocation Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro from 8 am - 3 pm.

More details coming in November or December!


2016 Arkansas State University Agribusiness Conference

The 22nd annual A-State Agribusiness Conference will be held Wednesday, February 10. Morning sessions begin at 8:00 am in the Fowler Center. Lunch and afternoon sessions begin at 12:00 noon in the Convocation Center. Registration information will be available in December.


Making Headlines

Dr. Peter Larbi was featured in the Jan-Feb. 2015 issue of Resource Magazine (the official magazine for the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers). The image was selected as one of the winning submissions in the “Photographs” category of the magazine’s Visual Challenge 4. The purpose of the challenge is “to call attention to and celebrate the visual aspects of agricultural and biological engineering”.

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The new Agricultural Systems Technology concentration in the College of Agriculture and Technology was featured in the latest issue of Arkansas Grown Magazine.

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