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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Equine Education

Cazenovia College, one of the premier equine education centers in the Northeast

Cazenovia College is a small, co-educational college, located in Upstate, N.Y., offering a liberal arts and professional studies education with over 35 academic programs.

Cazenovia 1Our 240-acre Equine Education Center is home to the nationally ranked Intercollegiate Equestrian Team and the IACBE accredited Equine Business Management program.

Our Equestrian Team is one of the best in the region, with a long history of success at intercollegiate and rated competition in Hunter Seat, Western Horsemanship, Reining and Dressage.

Cazenovia 2The team competes in IHSA and IDA sanctioned events.

Everyone, from the least to the most experienced rider, has an opportunity to compete and excel.

Our riders have won 12 individual National Championships (in IHSA and IDA) to date.

Our world-class equine facility houses over 70 horses, a large, heated indoor arena, multiple grass and sand outdoor riding areas, and turnout paddocks.

The facility offers a premier educational environment that features a network-wired classroom.

Cazenovia 3The Equine Center has been proud to host the National Championships for the IHSA and the IDA three times.

For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 800-654-3210 or visit www.cazenovia.edu.

Equine studies at West Virginia University has three tracks

The equine studies minor at West Virginia University is designed with three career-focused tracks in equine science, equine management, and equine assisted activities & therapies.

WVa 1It can be paired with any major at WVU.

Alumni of our program have gone on to work in veterinary medicine, farm management, animal health, equine assisted therapy and more.

Opportunities for students to be involved at WVU abound.

We have three equine student organizations, a working student program, and internship opportunities.

Students have riding opportunities on the IHSA English and Western Equestrian Teams.

There are career development opportunities in Collegiate Horsemen’s Association; members participate in equine events, leadership trainings and provide community service.

W Va 2WVU also has a working student program for students interested in hands-on careers in the industry.

Students can work up to 20 hours per week and assist with all aspects of horse care, herd health, facility maintenance, teaching and outreach events.

Working students may also earn the opportunity to also live in our fully furnished apartment.

Copy of 27 WVU EquestrianLastly, we offer internship opportunities in events management, social media management, and communications for students across the university, in addition to helping students secure outside internships at farms, businesses, and organizations of their choice.

Students interested in our program can tour campus, visit the farm, and talk to a faculty member and some of our current students.

To request a campus and farm tour visit: https://visit.wvu.edu/tours/department-appointments.

To learn more about our faculty, farm, and horses visit our full website: https://horses.wvu.edu/home.

Streaming TV Series “The College Tour” Features Delaware Valley University

DOYLESTOWN, Pa.--Delaware Valley University is thrilled to be featured on "The College Tour" streaming series.

Del Val 1Emmy-nominated and award-winning TV producers visited DelVal’s campus to film 10 students who shared their stories about what it’s truly like to be an Aggie.

Hosted by Alex Boylan, winner of “The Amazing Race,” the series tells the story of colleges and universities around the world.

Each episode focuses on a single college or university and covers campus life, academics, housing, sports, activities, and much more.

DelVal’s episode of “The College Tour” perfectly displays the University’s commitment to experiential learning. 

The University’s award-winning Experience360 Program gives students the opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to real-world experiences individualized to their unique major and goals.

Del Val 2Whether they’re working internships at prestigious organizations, or in the Equine Center learning how to expertly handle horses, students learn by doing and apply their curriculum first-hand in their desired field.

As the episode introduces 10 students from a wide variety of majors and specializations, the show gives viewers an inside-look at DelVal’s beautiful campus, where students get their hands dirty and learn by experience.

Viewers get to see professional facilities on campus like the Equestrian Center Complex, which houses between 40 to 50 riding horses of several breeds and is home to a wide variety of classes and activities.

“The College Tour” also provides a glimpse of DelVal’s Gemmill Animal Science Complex, which includes the Sheep Center as well as the Beef Science Center.

Del Val 3With plentiful resources and facilities for experiential education on campus, the episode also conveys the multitude of opportunities that students have for internships and employment at top-notch organizations and institutions.

Students have earned internships and employment experiences at places like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Longwood Gardens, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and more.

“DelVal has given me a chance to find out who I want to be and has opened my mind to seek new opportunities,” said Darian Poles ’22, an agribusiness major with an equine specialization.

While earning his degree at DelVal, Darian completed part of his Experience360 program working on a cattle ranch in Florida as an employee at one of the largest operations in the country.

Like Darian, DelVal students experience hands-on learning and gain multiple opportunities to shape successful futures.

View DelVal’s episode on “The College Tour” by scanning the QR code or visit delval.edu/thecollegetour

For more information, call 1-800.2.DelVal or go to the website, website: www.delval.edu.

Averett University Equestrian Studies program offers a diverse combination of curriculum

DANVILLE, Va.--Averett's Equestrian Studies program offers a combination of hands-on and lecture curriculum with concentrations in equine management, instruction, equine assisted psychotherapy, equine sports communication and equine science/pre-vet.

Averett 1Students may expand their education with a minor in a variety of programs.

Students practice their skills at the University's 80-acre equestrian facility, which features a 90' x 200' indoor arena, outdoor jumping arena, outdoor dressage arena and cross-country course and two barns which houses the school's 40 horses.

The horses are diverse, ranging from upper level dressage school masters and eventing horses, to off the track thoroughbreds.

Averett hosts many clinicians, industry workshops, horse shows and field trips.

Many fields of study incorporate industry certifications as part of the curriculum.

Averett 2All students participate in internships and have had the opportunity to work alongside Olympic riders, USET team veterinarians, Zoo keepers, Event Managers and many more.

For the student who is interested in competing, Averett hosts three intercollegiate teams: IDA (dressage), IHSA (hunt seat) and ANRC (hunt seat), as well as offering students the opportunity to compete in USDF recognized shows, regional hunter/jumper shows and horse trails.

Equestrian Studies Major and Minor

All students in the Equestrian Studies major, regardless of concentration, take courses which provide the basis for skilled riding, effective care of horses and career development in any area of the equine industry.

Averett 3The concentrations prepare students for specializations within the equine field.

Students may major in another field and minor in equestrian taking 18 credits in the department.

For information, call 1-800-AVERETT (283-7388), ext. 15662 or visit online at www.averett.edu/academics/undergrad/equestrian.

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