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The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is home to several clubs or student chapters for national professional organizations.
The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is situated where the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts meet, where the Rockies meet the Siera Madres, where the U.S. borders Mexico, and where mountains form "sky islands" surrounded by a desert sea. The opportunities for you in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona are as diverse as the landscape. You can pursue your interests in conservation, management, economics, and policy, scaled from genes to the ecoystems.
The undergraduate program in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment is characterized by students with a strong interest in conserving natural resources for their own and future generations' enjoyment. We have a small School, so our students have the opportunity to get to know students, faculty, and staff well. As a student in the school, you'll have a faculty advisor, small class sizes in the major, and the personal connections within our community that enrich your undergraduate experience.
People are increasingly cognizant of the impacts human activity has on our plant, animal, and water resources at local and global scales, and aware of the need to mitigate those impacts. It is a great time to major in Natural Resources, where you can bring to bear your enthusiasm and talents to tackle challenging problems in science and management. You will interact with students, faculty, and staff who share your passion for understanding the world and affecting positive change.