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CNR Student Services

CNR Advising
phone: (208) 885-5018
toll free: 88-88-UIDAHO
fax: (208) 885-5534
cnradvising@uidaho.edu
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

CNR Student Services Center

Student Success

Whether you are a future, new, transfer or current student, we are here to provide the one-on-one guidance and helpful resources you need to achieve academic success and to meet your educational goals.


We are here to help you


Academic advising is more than simply getting registered for classes. Successful advising requires a responsible joint effort between the student and the adviser, which becomes an essential part of your university experience.


Any time you have a question or concern, please stop by our office and if we are unable to help you immediately, we will schedule an appointment.

Information for Freshmen and New Students
Welcome to the College of Natural Resources! We have a step-by-step guide to assist you with selecting courses and registering online for your upcoming academic year.
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Information for Transfer Students
We are here to help you make your transition to U-Idaho as seamless and easy as possible, and we can help you make sure that as many credits as possible count towards your transfer.
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Undergraduate Advising
Find the information you need to have the best advising appointment and get the most out of your Student Services Center.
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Student Ambassadors
Our best recruiters are our current students! Learn what the Ambassadors do and what it takes to become one.
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Scholarship Opportunities
Thanks to the generous support of numerous individual and organizational donors and benefactors, students in the College of Natural Resources have access to 89 scholarships worth over $350,000.
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Live, Study and Play Together
Living in the CNR House allows students with shared personal interests to live, study and relax together. Become involved in house and campus activities, while really getting to know other students in the college.
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