This narrative study compared the experiences of students from nonconventional agriculture majors (organic and horticulture programs) in a College of Agriculture. The students we interviewed expressed, at some level, a feeling of disconnection from students and faculty who had more conventional agricultural values within their program, department, or college. The students had varying degrees of frustration. Some students left their program, department, or college because of these issues. The findings shed light on how differing agricultural values can create tensions between students and faculty.