Forestry Learning Community
Forestry "Tree House" Learning Community in Reilly Hall connects roughly 30 freshman studying.
group if you want to:
- participate in-hall programs specific to current
trends in Forestry
- increased opportunities to interact with other
forestry students and faculty members
- have access to trained staff with academic
advising and career development knowledge specific to forestry majors
- meet other students in the forestry program
- find people to study with
Seats in certain high-demand, major-based classes will be
reserved for Forestry "Tree House" Learning Community residents. Your
adviser will help you enroll in these courses. Visit Priority Enrollment to find out more about enrollment and advising.
Seats will be reserved in:
- FOR 101 – Forestry
Introduction: introduces students to the subject areas and
career opportunities in forestry. Students will get exposure to the
sub-disciplines of forestry through our Forestry Certificates, as well as meet
other faculty, and get their first look at our 50,000 acre Centennial Forest
during several field trips.
- ENG 105 – Critical Reading
and Writing in the University Community: covers the writing
skills needed for completing university coursework.