students in a greenroom listening to a professor

OAC Student Liaison Program

Showcasing the educational and professional opportunities within agriculture, food, environmental sciences, and community development through unique experiential learning opportunities.

Explore the countless opportunities for students through one of our tailored offerings. 

Are you interested in learning more about the associate diploma and undergraduate programs in the Ontario Agricultural College? We're here to help find the right fit for your interests. 

Have questions? Contact Christine Wilkinson, Liaison Manager:

students walking and talking outside of johnston hall

Learn from Canada's best.

No other university in Canada can offer you this sort of variety when it comes to courses, experiential learning and career opportunities (literally around the world). From plant biology to marketing and trade, from animal care to food science, from environmental science to policy development, there is a program here that will fit your interests and academic needs.

Explore our programs below:

Resources for Educators

The OAC Student Liaison Program has developed educational resources, virtual programming and on-campus experiences to enhance your students knowledge of food, agriculture, environment and community.

About OAC

Established in 1874, the Ontario Agricultural College is one of seven colleges that make up the University of Guelph. OAC is a globally recognized leader in education and research in agriculture, food, environmental sciences, and community development. The OAC provides a wide range of academic programs at the diploma, undergraduate, graduate, and certificate levels. Learn more about OAC's history here.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

This outreach is made possible through contributions from Grand River Agricultural Society, Conestoga Meats, OAC Alumni Foundation, the Student Federation of the Ontario Agricultural College, Joe & Barbara Maxwell, Brian and Margaret Little, OAC Class of ’53, OAC Class of ’65, OAC Class of ’80, and OAC Class of '64.