Student Advising

The College of Forest Resources and Environmental Science supports students in the development of an academic career complementary to individual career and life goals. We feel this is an important component of student success.

We provide a comprehensive advising program that is based on continuous support. In addition to assisting students with selecting a major, scheduling courses, and addressing other academic concerns, our advising services help students to find out about:

  • co-ops and internships
  • academic policies and procedures
  • advice on selecting a major
  • course scheduling
  • tutoring assistance
  • access to campus resources

Contact

Stacy Cotey

  • Assistant Teaching Professor

Interdisciplinary Minors

To pursue a minor, you must first be enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program and file a Curriculum Add/Drop Form with the Registrar's Office to declare the minor. Learn about required courses, electives, and credits by selecting your correct year for one of these interdisciplinary minor audits:

  • Plant Biotechnology
  • Plant Sciences
  • Ecology

Academic Calendar