The Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Sonya Le Febre (Natural Resources 235, 970-491-1907) can help you navigate the department and university rules and regulations that govern your degree program. Email Dr. Le Febre to set up an appointment.
To register for non-regular courses (those with variable credits) please complete the Variable Credit Override Form. If you attempted to register for a class and received the following message: “Contact department for registration”, then you must submit this form before you will be able to register.
Warner College Resources
- Major/Career Exploration
- Career Assessments
- Cover Letter/Resume Assistance
- Federal Application Assistance
- Job Search Strategies
- Interviewing Skill Development
- Graduate School Preparation
- Online job/internship postings.
Forest and Rangeland Stewardship Research Guide, a subject and course-based research guide.
The Warner College of Natural Resources offers more than 130 scholarships ranging from $450-$5000 specifically to undergraduate and graduate students in the Warner College. Please visit the Warner CNR Scholarships website for more information.
Financial support is offered to many qualified students through both graduate research and teaching assistantships. The student pays student fees, while the assistantship pays tuition and a stipend. Most assistantships are half time; occasionally, one-quarter- and three-quarter-time appointments are available. Projects are currently being supported by the National Science Foundation; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Department of Energy; U.S. Agency for International Development; USDA Forest Service; USDI Bureau of Land Management; U.S. Department of Defense; National Park Service; Colorado Division of Wildlife; private oil, coal, and gas companies; and the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station. Students and potential students should ask faculty they are interested in working with about assistantship opportunities.