Agricultural & Natural Resource Sciences

The College of Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (ANRS) provides students with hands-on learning across a wide range of disciplines. The college includes the Animal Science and Natural Resource Management departments, Borderlands Research Institute for Natural Resource Management, University Ranch, Meats Lab and Retail Counter, and Sul Ross Rodeo Team.

Our faculty stresses a hands-on learning approach that emphasizes building the fundamental knowledge and skills our students will need to succeed in the field. We pride ourselves in offering excellent facilities and learning opportunities in a student-oriented environment.

ANRS is housed in the Everett E. Turner Range Animal Science Center on East Highway 90, one mile east of the main campus. We serve students interested in pursuing careers in  Animal Science (agriculture education, animal production, science, and pre-veterinary medicine) and Natural Resource Management (agricultural business, conservation biology, range management, sustainable ranch management and wildlife management).