Contact Admissions

Phone: (315) 684-6046
Fax: (315) 684-6427
Whipple Administration Building

How did your education at Morrisville get you to where you are today?

"A Morrisville education will help you build contacts in business, and these contacts help to open doors along the way. The [Equine] program is hands on, and that is a trait that many people entering the workforce are missing."

Meet Jimmy
Major: Equine Science

School of Agriculture, Sustainability, Business and Entrepreneurship

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083

Equine Knowledge & Skills Scholarship Competition

Equine Knowledge & Skills Scholarship Competition

All High School students and transfer students are encouraged to attend the Morrisville State College Equine Science Department Scholarship Competition. High School students with an average greater than or equal to 80% or a GPA greater than or equal to 3.0 are eligible to participate in the Equine Department Scholarship Competition on April 18, 2013. Home-schooled students should submit a portfolio of courses completed and an essay describing their experiences in the equine industry. 

A student may compete for the scholarships in more than one year. However, only one scholarship per student will be applied toward tuition at Morrisville State College. If an individual wins a smaller scholarship, (s)he may compete the next year for a larger scholarship and the larger of the scholarships will be applied toward tuition. 

In order to take part in the scholarship competition, student’s applications must be received by the scholarship committee by April 8, 2013.

Results – 2013 Morrisville State College Equine Scholarship Competition

Congratulations to the following winners in this year’s competition:

  • Patty Galway – Grand - $2,500
  • Alexandra Hutchinson – Reserve - $1,500
  • Chelsea Baird - $500
  • Katie Newman - $500
  • Paige Golley - $500
  • Alexandra Hartley - $500
  • Taylor Parrish - $500
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Admissions Requirements

This program is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.

Students admitted into this upper–division baccalaureate program must possess an associate in applied science (A.A.S.) or an associate in science (A.S.) in equine science, animal science or agricultural science with specialization in equine or animal science.

A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required in addition to demonstrated competency in horsemanship skills by examination where applicable.