Warner College offers two Residential Learning Communities (RLCs)

Warner RLCs support student leadership development in natural resources, sustainability, and outdoors leadership, connecting academic and social learning within the residence hall setting with the goal of an enriched experience for all participants. Students participate in professional development experiences to expand their knowledge and skills and take part in career exploration in their chosen fields of study. The program offers linked enrollment in special sections of NR 192: First Year Seminar in Environmental Studies and CO 150: College Composition. Warner RLC experiences also include a common reading, early move-in privileges in Summit Hall, and programming at the CSU Environmental Learning Center. In fall, students take part in a Weekend Leadership Retreat, and in spring, they participate in the Banff Mountain Film Festival at CSU.

We have two tracks!

Live

together with like-minded students focused on sustainability leadership in natural resources. Summit Hall offers double or single suite-style rooms, and your Resident Assistant is selected based on a commitment to Natural Resources and Sustainability.

Learn

in a NR 192 seminar focused on the philosophy, history, and work of natural resources with special emphasis on sustainability leadership.  Students requiring CO 150 will also take part in a linked section focused on natural resource food, energy and water issues.

Engage

with natural resources faculty, graduate students, and student leaders as well as community leaders working in natural resources and sustainability. Gain important professional development knowledge and networking connections.

Connect

to all students in the Warner RLCs by taking part in Early Move-In with special programming at the CSU Environmental Learning Center and by participating in the WCNR Student Leadership Retreat. Out-of-class lectures and activities are also required for personal growth and community engagement.

Live

together with like-minded students focused on outdoor leadership in natural resources. Summit Hall offers double or single suite-style rooms, and your Resident Assistant is selected based on a commitment to Natural Resources and the Outdoors.

Learn

in a NR 192 seminar focused on the philosophy, history, and work of natural resources with special emphasis on outdoor leadership.  Students requiring CO 150 will also take part in a linked section focused on natural resource food, energy and water issues.

Engage

with natural resources faculty, graduate students, and student leaders as well as community leaders working in natural resources and the outdoors. Gain important professional development knowledge and networking connections.

Connect

to all students in the Warner RLCs by taking part in Early Move-In with special programming at the CSU Environmental Learning Center and by participating in the WCNR Student Leadership Retreat. Out-of-class lectures and activities are also required for personal growth and community engagement.

Congratulations to 2018-2019 WCNR RLC Participants for your impact on campus!

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Locke Stubblefield, in Outdoor Leadership, received the WCNR Wilderness Award at the annual WCNR College Awards Banquet on April 22, 2019.

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Diego Tovar, Faith Kelly, and Rachel Jackson, who serve as officers in CSU’s Chapter of MANNRS: Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences.

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Rachel Jackson and Emma Long,  in Natural Resources and Sustainability, rocked CSU’s new Women in Science video. See them at the 15 second mark.

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If you will be an entering first year Warner Ram, you, too, can make your own impact!

Consider joining the WCNR RLCs!

Interested?

Applications for Fall 2020 will open soon. Please check back in mid-December!

For more information contact: 

Dr. Kaye Holman, WCNR Learning Communities Director
kaye.holman@colostate.edu
(970) 491-2139

Reminder: Warner Residential Learning Communities are only available to students enrolled in one of the College’s major programs.