The best way to decide if attending the Institute of Agricultural Technology at MSU is right for you is by visiting campus to see for yourself. There is so much to see including classrooms, labs, the university farms, and of course the Dairy Store! Most campus visits include about an hour meeting with the Program Coordinator of the Certificate you want to pursue. Those meetings typically take place in their office but may also include a tour of a Teaching and Research Center or University farm. The Program Coordinators can share information about the program including admission requirements, classes, internships, and job possibilities after graduation.
The hardest part of visiting campus may be finding a place to park. You can view on-campus parking options by visiting www.maps.msu.edu and selecting the “visitor parking” icon in the right-hand menu. Visitors should park in the visitor lot near Spartan Stadium (lot 62) or the Shaw lot (lot 39). Please note that MSU does not validate visitor parking; on-campus guests will be responsible for any parking costs incurred while visiting campus.The following link will provide visitors with campus maps and the location of several visitor parking lots. (MSU and IAT is not responsible for parking tickets).