One of the best ways to see if the College of the Environment is the best fit for you is to visit our campus.
We recommend planning your trip at least two weeks in advance (earlier for peak times — school breaks, holidays, October and April) to ensure that you can make the most of your time on campus.
If there is a specific person that you would like to meet with while you are on campus, we recommend connecting with that individual prior to finalizing your trip dates so you can ensure that they are available to meet with you.
Future Student Visit Day
At the College of the Environment’s Future Student Visit Day, high school juniors, seniors and prospective transfer students are invited to explore College of the Environment majors, meet faculty and hear from current students.
Visit Day has passed for 2016.
Other visit options
If you can’t attend Visit Day, we recommend planning ahead and putting together a schedule that includes several of these options:
Admissions information session and campus tour
College of the Environment pre-major advising appointment
Schedule a meeting with our pre-major adviser, Christen Foehring, to explore the various majors within the College of the Environment and see which options might be a good fit for your interests and career goals. Email email@example.com to set up your personalized advising appointment.
College of the Environment Future Student Info Sessions & Events
Departmental advising appointments
If you already know which major you are most interested in, you may want to schedule an appointment with a departmental adviser to learn more about course requirements, research opportunities, internships, study abroad opportunities and scholarships. Contact information, office hours and locations for our departmental advisers can be found on the Undergraduate Degrees page. You are welcome to meet with as many advisers as you like.
Visit a class
If you would like to sit in on a College of the Environment class during your visit, please contact Christen Foehring (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least two weeks ahead of your visit. She can coordinate with instructors to find an appropriate course for you to visit. Due to limited space availability in classes, class visits are for prospective students only. If you are visiting campus with parents or family members, we can suggest coffee shops and campus sites for them to check out while you are in class.