The best way to decide if attending the Institute of Agricultural Technology (IAT) at MSU is right for you is by visiting the East Lansing campus to see for yourself. Check out classrooms, labs, university farms, and of course the MSU Dairy Store!
Campus visits include about a 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.
Learn more about IAT and the College of Agricultural and Natural Resources College Visits.
MSU Map & Parking
The hardest part of visiting campus may be finding a place to park. You can view on-campus parking options by at the MSU Interactive Map.
Visitors can park in the visitor lot near Spartan Stadium (lot 62) or the Shaw lot (lot 39). Check out more information on MSU Visitor Parking.
NOTE: MSU doesn't validate visitor parking and isn't responsible for any parking tickets.