Students who have an interest in attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison to pursue a major in the dairy science field are being invited to the school’s visitors day next week. The campus is opening its doors to students and their parents on October 25.
The day begins with check-in at 9:30 a.m., followed by a tours of the Animal Sciences Building and Milk Quality lab. Attendees will also get to see the nutrition and reproduction laboratories and walk through the Dairy Cattle Center.
After lunch, they will meet with faculty, students and alumni to learn about the dairy science curriculum. Representatives from the Badger Dairy Club, Alpha Gamma Rho, Association of Women in Agriculture, and the Babcock House will also be on hand to answer questions.
Finally, school officials will be able to go over financial aid options, housing and admissions details with each visitor.
For more information about the visitors day, call 608-263-3308