November 5, 2007 1:15 PM
Little Treasures in CNR
CNR has so much to offer, all of which I have found to enrich my college experience at Cal. As a small college, the faculty and staff pride itself on its ability to offer students the attention and resources that students need.
First of all, check out Liz’s blog about the CNR community, which describes everything that you need to know about being part of CNR. We get so many benefits! And I absolutely love the couches in the Student Resource Center; they are so comfortable! The resource center is what it says it is – you can start your search to everything you need to know about current events, programs, internship, research, and job opportunities all in one place. Plus, the PALs are located here!
I also feel that the Student Affairs Officers (major advisors) and faculty are so accessible and approachable. If you ever want to talk to the major advisors, just drop in and talk to them (well, except for Telebears time when it can get really hectic, but even then, they always have a welcoming smile). They really help you figure out how to plan out your future to fit your dreams and goals. And the faculty are often so willing to help you, whether it is obtaining a research position or to discuss the experiences they’ve had that may help you figure out what you want to do in the future.
CNR tries its best to fit the needs of the students, and that’s what we try doing. If you have any suggestions or comments of what the colleges should improve on, please drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. And those e-mails that CNR sends: open them once in a while. You’d be surprised to find what great things are happening in and around CNR.
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