Students in the CNR house in the Living Learning Community at U-Idaho

CNR House

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. The CNR House is unlike a traditional dorm. The building is newer and designed for your own personal space, but also has ample room for communal living. Its large kitchen area, pool room, TV area and fireplace are not found in traditional dorms. The CNR LLC offers the best qualities of academic and social living environments.

CNR House Features

  • fireplace nook
  • kitchen
  • game room
  • furnished common living area
  • laundry room
  • study rooms

  • Welcome to the Suite Life!

    Each suite has a unique floor plan and design different from any other house in the Living Learning Community (LLC). Each suite includes: 
    • small kitchenette with refrigerator, sink and microwave
    • one to four bedrooms with 80% single rooms
    • private bathrooms shared between suite mates
    • air conditioning/heat and air control
    • local phone service
    • expanded cable television

    Your Home Away From Home

    Students can choose between single or double rooms as well as Super Single and Super Double rooms. Super Single and Super Double have more square footage. Due to the various floor plans in each house, sizes of each room may vary. Each bedroom is furnished with:
    • sink vanity
    • loftable beds
    • armoire
    • customizable modular furniture
    • wardrobe closet
    • chair & desk
    “The CNR House experience is/was one of the best features of the CNR College. Whether it is an after-dinner ultimate frisbee, a weekend camping getaway, or studying with friends by the fire place, there is/was always something to do with people who care about the great outdoors as much as you.”
    Brian Gautreau, Forest Resources major