Natural Resources Residential Learning Communities



NRS's are Residential Learning Communities only for Natural Resource students (registered in one of our 8 majors) to engage in the research and outreach of the Warner College of Natural Resources. Through this experience, NRSRLC students will have the opportunity to network with natural resources faculty, community members and dive into their field of study. Residential Learning Communities and themed programs are designed to introduce and integrate academic and social learning and faculty involvement within the residence hall setting with the goal of an enriched learning experience for all participants. There are two distinct tracks to choose from, please explore below:


Natural Resources and Sustainability 
Outdoor Leadership
Live
  • Together in a double or single suite style room in Summit Hall
  • With a Resident Assistant who is also interested in Natural Resources and Sustainability  
Live
  • Together in a double or single suite style room in Summit Hall
  • With a Resident Assistant who is also interested in Outdoor Leadership
Learn 
  • In a 1 credit seminar "Natural Resources in Action"
  • From a variety of faculty in the Warner College of Natural Resources
  • In a required, natural resources themed, composition class
Learn 
  • Through a 1 credit, Outdoor Leadership Seminar
  • In a required, outdoor leadership themed, composition class
Do 
  • 16 hours of service learning with a natural resource entity of your choosing or with one of our established service opportunities 
  • All students attend a free weekend trip up to the CSU Mountain Campus where they will participate in a ropes course, a hike, and other outdoor based events
Do 
  • Trips organized with the Outdoor Adventure Program such as hiking and rock climbing
  • All students attend a free weekend trip up to the CSU Mountain Campus where they will participate in a ropes course, a hike, and other outdoor based events

Interested? Apply here
Reminder: This RLC is only for students majoring in one of the eight majors in the Warner College of Natural Resources

For more information: Ethan Billingsley 
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