The Undergraduate Advisors for all CNR majors are located in the Office of Instruction and Student Affairs, 260 Mulford Hall.

Advising Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. and 1 p.m.–4 p.m

*Please note that our advising offices are closed between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. on Wednesdays for Staff Meeting

Contact: (510) 642-0542 or cnr_teaching@berkeley.edu.

See below for each advisor's direct contact information.
 

Environmental Science, Policy & Management Advisors:

Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 643-9479
Majors: Environmental Sciences
Minors: Energy and Resources Group
Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 642-7895
Majors: Forestry and Natural Resources, Undeclared Students
Minors: Forestry and Natural Resources
Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 642-1986
Majors: Molecular Environmental Biology
Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 643-9639
Majors: Society and Environment
Minors: Geospatial Information, Science and Technology
Undergraduate Advisor
(510) 642-6730
Majors: Microbial Biology, Conservation and Resource Studies
Minors: Conservation and Resource Studies

 

Plant & Microbial Biology Advisors:

Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 642-4249
Majors: Genetics and Plant Biology Student, Incoming and Prospective Microbiology Students, and Undeclared Students
Undergraduate Advisor
(510) 642-6730
Majors: Microbial Biology, Conservation and Resource Studies
Minors: Conservation and Resource Studies

 

Environmental Economics & Policy Advisor:

Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 643-5325
Majors: Environmental Economics and Policy
Minors: Environmental Economics and Policy

 

Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology Advisor:

Undergraduate Advisor
+1 510 642-2879
Majors: Nutritional Sciences
Minors: Molecular Toxicology, Nutritional Sciences

 

Student Affairs Staff:

Assistant Dean of Instruction & Student Affairs
+1 510 643-4647
Student Services Representative
510-642-0542
Associate Dean of Instruction & Student Affairs

 

CNR Undergraduate Peer Advising 

The Peer Advising Leadership (PAL) Program of CNR strives to offer personal viewpoints and experiences to current and prospective CNR students. These students are trained in understanding CNR and University requirements, policies, and procedures, and are available to answer questions in 260 Mulford Hall or via email.  For more information about CNR PALs and how to contact them, visit their page