Rolling hills Cal Poly agriculture land with cows grazingAgriculture Housing

Agriculture Housing offers a tremendous opportunity for qualified and motivated students enrolled in Cal Poly's Ag. Science degree program to gain practical experience working in positions of responsibility at campus agricultural production units. 

Students must be Ag. Science majors and obtain a residential job placement to qualify for this housing option. Resident positions are posted on Mustang Jobs and selections are made on an annual basis. Requirements vary and are listed in the individual job descriptions. 

Agriculture Housing student residents support campus operations on a year-round basis. There are 52 spaces available, and specific area and room assignments are determined by the units’ supervisors. A license for use of the facilities, telephone services, keys and custodial services are arranged by Housing Services after selection process.

For more information about campus living in Agriculture Housing, see Agriculture Housing Resident Handbook or contact:

Marnie Perry
Administrative Support Coordinator
Dean's Office
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences 
Office: 11-211

Dr. Scott Steinmaus
Department Head, Horticulture and Crop Science 
Office: 11-230

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