The College of Environmental Science and Forestry, also known as ESF is the chief school in the country concentrated on the science, design, engineering, and management of natural resources and the environment. ESF offers 24 undergrad and 30 advanced educational programs and is consistently ranked among the country’s top colleges based on value, class size and student commitment. ESF faculties hail from impressive backgrounds and they efficiently lead the research at the forefront of solving a significant number of the world’s environmental issues. The college offers students’ education with the advantages of life at an enormous organization. ESF offers around 20 Bachelor of Science degrees going from aquatics and fisheries science to paper engineering, as well as a landscape architecture program.
Students can get a more extensive experience, nonetheless, through its neighbor Syracuse University. The two organizations, both situated in Syracuse, New York, have a university association. ESF students can enroll at courses, avail of campus facilities live in residence halls and join students’ associations at Syracuse University. Every year in May, students of Syracuse and ESF graduate in a joint commencement ceremony. All ESF freshmen should live on the school’s campus. The school has its own variety of around 35 clubs. The ESF Mighty Oaks sports groups contend in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. These groups are made up of small schools and students can participate in club and intramural games at Syracuse. Ranger School is ESF’s additional campus in the Adirondack Mountains. Here students can study environmental and natural resources conservation, forest technology and land surveying technology. The Ranger School offers associate degree programs, just as courses toward a bachelor’s degree. Earth Day is celebrated as a weeklong festival at the environmental school. There are events like student-wide barbecues, yoga on the campus quad and volunteer cleanups of nearby streams are performed on this day.
Several dedicated scholarships are accessible to ESF Environmental Studies College students, including:
- Denise M. Cerimeli Memorial Fund: This fund was built up in memory of an Environmental Studies student. It is granted to deserving Environmental Studies students, with preference given to monetary need.
- Gary Hamilton ’76 Memorial Scholarship: Grants and wards produced using this fund are utilized to help students who have monetary needs and are in either Environmental Studies or Landscape Architecture.
- Vivian Ryan Sutton Scholarship: Grants and awards are produced using this fund to help female students in their sophomore or junior year of study in either Environmental Studies or Landscape Architecture, based on academic merit and additional financial need.
ESF has produced notable graduates, including Reginald Balch a famous Canadian scientist and photographer. Sol Feinstone who is a historian and author graduated from the university.
|MS - 3 Courses||GRE - Accepted|
IELTS - 6 & Above
TOEFL - 80 & Above
|BE/Btech - 2 Courses||SAT - Accepted|
IELTS - 6 & Above
TOEFL - 79 & Above
|Application fees||No Fees|
|MS - 3 Courses||12 - 24 Months||INR 14.8L - 16.3L|
USD 20,190 - 22,210
|BE/Btech - 2 Courses||4 Years||INR 12L|