The College of Natural Resource's Undergraduate Advising Team.
Being admitted to Cal is a significant accomplishment, and you and your family should be very proud.
You now face the challenge of deciding whether to accept Berkeley’s offer of admission. The College of Natural Resources is unique among the many colleges and schools that compose UC Berkeley and our small college approach allows for personalized student advising and opportunities for you to work closely with our distinguished faculty.
CNR’s nine undergraduate majors prepare students for graduate and professional programs in biological sciences, health professions, environmental fields, policy, law, business, and economics.
As a starting point for making this difficult decision, we encourage freshmen to explore our unique majors and potential career paths. Transfer students should contact their major advisor directly for questions about their academic program. To learn about what our undergraduates are doing and their range of experiences as CNR students, check out our videos down below.
Congratulations again, and we hope to see you in the fall!
CNR Student Experience
Hear from current students the benefits of studying in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley.
Tina Johnson, Genetics and Plant Biology '08, shares one day from her busy life