About ACES
Nearly $2 million in scholarships are awarded to ACES students annually.
ACES solves societal problems through interdisciplinary collaborations.
One third of ACES graduates study abroad during their undergraduate experience.

The College of ACES offers tremendous opportunities for students and faculty to achieve success. Nearly 40 organizations provide more than 2,500 undergraduate students and nearly 750 graduate students the opportunity to network, learn about careers, and contribute to the life of the college. ACES research encompasses initiatives in bioenergy, biotechnology, integrated landscapes, environmental sustainability, food and agricultural systems, global climate change, family resiliency, public policy, and more.