Advising for Forestry Majors
You have two primary advising resources:
- Shonna Trowbridge is your academic advisor and can assist with degree planning and class scheduling/sequencing
- Your faculty advisor is a resource for information and advice on degree options, elective courses, job opportunities, internships, and career interests, and more
Get yourself registered with Handshake and check out the federal jobs available for summer 2020.
There are many opportunities to travel abroad for international exchange programs or to take field courses – and you can apply for financial support through the Franke Fellowships program.
You and your peers run the Forestry Club, the Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters, the Fire Club, the Woodsmen’s Team, the Foresters’ Ball Committee, and other student organizations – check them out.
These programs include PETSA, AlcoholEdu, Freshman Bystander, and Haven Plus. Not completing the online programs can result in a registration hold. You can check for holds in CyberBear on your student profile page (top right hand side).
Forestry Curriculum & CFC Course Updates
Course scheduling/substitution news for Spring 2021
- FORS 232 “Forest insects & diseases” will not be offered this spring
- NRSM 418 “Ecosystem Climatology” will not be offered this spring but NRSM408 “Global Cycles and Climate” will be offered
Spring Registration Planning
- Get to your Student Profile page in CyberBear
- Check for holds in the top-right corner
- Click the left-panel link for “Registration”, select Spring 2021, and then click the link for “Plan Ahead”
See registration video tutorials for additional help.
Other key links:
- Open the General Education page to review requirements and options
- Interested in a minor? Use the “What if?” feature in DegreeWorks
- Check the registration schedule for your first opportunity to enroll
- Graduating in the spring? Don’t forget to submit your graduation paperwork to Shonna Trowbridge this month!
- Links to FCFC & UM minors/certificates