Animal science open house Oct. 23

Animal Science
Coordinator of Undergraduate Teaching and Advisement Dennis Brink (right) gives middle and high school students an activity to identify the bones of a horse during the 2016 animal science open house.

September 22, 2017

Lincoln, Neb. — The Department of Animal Science at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will hold an open house for students Oct. 23 at the Animal Science Complex on the university's East Campus. 

The open house will be from 6 to 8 p.m.

The open house will allow middle and high school students interested in pursing a degree in animal science with a focus on companion animals, horses, or livestock, to have the opportunity to meet with our faculty and get information on majors and classes offered. 

“This is a great opportunity to explore the major fields associated with animals as well as a chance to interact with faculty who teach and students who take classes in these areas,” Allison Raymond, Coordinator Admissions, said. 

Attendees will venture through the animal science building on a scavenger hunt for information. They will also hear about the various animal-related organizations such as Equestrian team, Livestock and Horse Judging teams, Students for the Education of Exotic and Companion Animals, Pre-Vet Club, and Block and Bridle. 

For more information, please contact Raymond at araymond2@unl.edu or 402-472-0204. 


Allison Raymond
Admissions Coordinator
Department of Animal Science
402-472-0204
araymond2@unl.edu