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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Academic Advising during COVID-19

Academic advising continues as usual!  Academic advisors are working remotely and are completely prepared to advise and help you with course selection, plan aheads, S/U grading questions, online learning, and fall registration.  Please schedule your academic advising appointment using the links below.  A few suggestions when scheduling and preparing for advising:

  1. Look back through your emails to find any communication from your academic advisor, they may have suggested a time frame in which you should schedule an appointment.
  2. Plan to talk to your academic advisor either through Zoom or phone.  Zoom is preferred, and great for screen sharing!
  3. Use your degree evaluation to choose classes for fall, and create a plan ahead to incorporate them. 
  4. Please be patient in response time from your academic advisor – we are also managing households with children and spouse’s work schedules – if you haven’t heard from your advisor in over 48 hours, feel free to send a reminder email to follow up.

Students: The Reason We’re Here

Personalized Attention

The College is the right size for getting to know your faculty (10:1 ratio) and receiving personalized attention. You will be a person, not a number.

Small Class Size

Lab and lecture classes are usually no more than 24 students and 50 students,respectively, in your major or minor field of study.

Financial Support

Complete one form for the Brand of Excellence Scholarships. Last year, over $600,000 were awarded to over 275 students in the past. New and continuing students are eligible.

Academic Support

Academic support is offered in three ways: professional academic advising, faculty mentoring, and internship guidance. The team of academic professional advisors are ready to answer your questions!

Hands-on Learning

Hands-on learning is available through classes with lab and field experience. Broaden you experience and knowledge base with internships and/or study abroad.

Clubs, Organizations and Judging Teams

Take advantage of extracurricular activities, including clubs, competitive teams, professional organizations, honorary societies, and agriculture-related fraternities and sororities. Enhance your resume, gain leadership opportunities, and connect with the Ag and UW communities.

Pathways to Careers and Advanced Degrees

The combined academic experience, extracurricular activities, jobs and internship experiences are excellent pathways to careers. We also offer several pathways to reaching your academic goals in a master’s and doctoral program.

Contact Us

Academic & Student Programs

College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
University of Wyoming
Department #3354
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071

Room 160 AG C
Phone: (307) 766-4135

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