Blog of the Peer Advising Leadership Program, College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

February 9, 2010 8:17 AM

CNR Resource Center

One benefit to declaring a major in CNR is that we are lucky to have a small college community within the University. A way to maintain the small college feeling is to make use of the Resource center at 260 Mulford. By using the facility anyone is bound to run into classmates and people with the same major and is a sure way to stay connected to past classmates. The computer lab offers 10 pages of free printing for all CNR students everyday and another benefit to the CNR computer lab is that it is reserved for CNR students only. The wait is often less than the shared computer labs. I enjoy using the lounge area in the Resource center because it can be a relaxing place to read or take a nap. I think the comfortable couches give a feeling of someone’s living room. There are many events posted on the wipe board and other bulletin boards, so by spending time in the CNR headquarters then we are more likely to find out about different events and workshops being held directly within CNR. Also, the CNR Peer Advisors hold our office hours just outside 260 Mulford so this gives everyone the opportunity to stop by, ask questions, or say “Hi” and chat with us.


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