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Going the Extra Mile for Our Students
The Rausser College of Natural Resources is one of 14 schools and colleges on the Berkeley campus. Rausser's personalized student services program sets us apart from other colleges and academic units. Thanks to our generous and active alumni base and our student-centered credo, Rausser’s undergraduates benefit from highly personalized advising and a variety of special services.
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In addition, the Office of Instruction & Student Affairs makes services and information available that are relevant to the interests of Rausser students.
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The Rausser College Student Experience
With smaller classes and majors than many other colleges, and a geographical compound located on the northwest of campus, Rausser College offers a small college experience at the big University. But our students have the opportunity to take courses throughout the campus, taking advantage of the vast resources at Cal.
Rausser College students are encouraged to gain research experience in the laboratory or field by working directly with faculty. This helps them define their interests and increases their competitive edge for advanced degrees or the work force. The College's alumni and parents have contributed special funding to support undergraduate research with our faculty.
Doctors, lawyers, scientists, academics, economists, environmental leaders, farmers, foresters, nutritionists, and a myriad of other professionals get their start at the Rausser College. For information about alumni stories and opportunities, visit the Alumni page. For Career Path information, go to the Rausser College of Natural Resources Basics or Undergraduate Advising pages.