Campus Visits: NaviGATORing CALS
REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2023 NAVIGATORING IS NOW OPEN. Click here to register!
NaviGATORing UF/IFAS CALS gives high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience what it's like to be a student at the University of Florida in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Students will be given the opportunity to learn more about the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and the UF admissions process (both freshman and transfer), sit in on classes, learn about our numerous campus organizations and activities, and explore the unique majors, minors, and professional development opportunities in CALS.
Dates and Selected CALS Majors
Thursday, February 2, 2023
- Animal Sciences
- Entomology and Nematology
- Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Environmental Science
- Food Science
- Nutritional Sciences
- Microbiology and Cell Science
- Soil and Water Sciences
- Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Friday, September 3, 2023
- Agricultural Education and Communication
- Agricultural Operations Management
- Biological Engineering
- Family, Youth and Community Sciences
- Food and Resource Economics
- Forest Resources and Conservation
- Horticultural Science
- Marine Sciences
- Natural Resource Conservation
- Plant Science
For additional questions, contact Dr. Charlotte Emerson at email@example.com.
|Welcome and Introduce Participants||Room TBD|
CALS Ambassadors “Best Piece of Advice” and Q & A
Class with an Ambassador
|Pathways to UF (Admissions)||Room TBD|
|CALS Advisor Panel||Room TBD|
|Departmental Advising||Room TBD|
|Final Session and Q & A||Room TBD|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of NaviGATORing CALS?
NaviGATORing CALS gives high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience what it's like to be a student at the University of Florida in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Will I attend classes while I am on campus?
Yes, you will attend classes on campus.
Will I be able to meet with an advisor or faculty member in the major I am interested in?
Yes. There is time on the agenda for you to visit the department where your major of interest is housed and spend some time asking questions and learning more about the major.
Will I learn more about the admissions process?
Yes. Admissions experts will be in attendance to talk with you about the possibility of becoming a CALS Gator!
Is there a cost?
Yes. Participants will be asked to submit a $15.00 non-refundable fee. The fee will be collected before the event. A link for payment will be sent upon acceptance.
May I bring a guest?
Yes. A guest may join for the admissions session.
How do I register for NaviGATORing CALS?
The registration button is located on the top of the NaviGATORing CALS webpage.
Are walk-in registrations accepted?
No. Each student's schedule is personalized to complement their academic major of interest and therefore participants must be confirmed in order to attend.
Can I change my reservation?
Changes to your reservation will be allowed if there is space available.