About the CNSLC
The College of Natural Sciences Learning Community (CNSLC) is a residential learning community for undergraduate students with majors in the College of Natural Sciences. Most of the 400 members of our community are in their first year at CSU, although upperclass students are invited to participate as well. All members of the CNSLC live together in CSU’s newest residence halls, Alpine and Piñon.
Benefits to joining our community
We provide academic support to our members by facilitating activities designed with a current understanding of how learning works. Our faculty, residence hall staff, and student mentors are committed to the learning process as well as to fostering a strong sense of community. We are committed to enhancing your first-year experience, supporting you through your transition to university life as a major in our college, and fostering your development as a student.
- Enjoy living with students who have interests similar to your own.
- Connect with student clubs and organizations, take field trips to fun places.
- Work with student mentors, faculty, and staff who understand the experiences of being an undergraduate science major.
- Have access to study group leaders and peer mentors who have taken the science and mathematics courses that you are taking.
- Develop relationships with faculty who are participating in cutting-edge research projects.