February 7, 2010 4:58 PM
I switched to CNR from L&S during the second semester of my sophomore year and my decision to change college was heavily influenced by the supportive network within CNR. My major (EEP) is offered in both colleges and I was aware that the curriculum won’t be any different from each other. I might have felt indifferent towards my options had I not discovered the smaller departments and personable attributes of the CNR community from my super helpful department advisor. In my brief semester as a CNR student, I have started to realize how truly I appreciate being part of a smaller college atmosphere within such a large university.
CNR has so much to offer and tries its best to accommodate every student’s needs. I assure that you’ll agree with me if you visit the CNR resource center at least once during your academic career. The resource center has listings for jobs, internships, research opportunities, current events etc within and beyond the college itself. It’s also a great study place on campus that has a lounge area, study tables and desks for different purposes. I haven’t even mentioned one of the prime benefits of being a CNR student- 10 free pages a day for any printing work done at the resource center. Do you know of any other colleges that provide free printing services as a reward to their students? I sure don’t. I hope that the last bit has convinced you enough to give the resource center a try and be pleasantly surprised by discovering the other great services it has to offer!
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