Students can find a number of helpful resources in the department and on the general campus. Check out information about Advising, our WFC major and minor requirements, and Useful Resources for both current and prospective students.


Check here for information about graduate student appointments and graduate groups involved with the Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology. 

Prospective Students

Interested in joining the Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology? Check here to find out how you can be best prepared. 

Student Societies

The student societies are great ways to get to know your fellow students and WFC faculty. For more information about our student socisties, contact the current presidents: Janette Perez-Jimenez ( and Denise De Carion (


Here is a complete listing of all WFC undergraduate and graduate level courses.  For more detailed information about the courses, contact the course instructors directly.

Employment After Graduation

Check out these resources that may be helpful to you in exploring the wide range of job opportunities within the field. 

Widlife Biologist Requirements

If you are interested in becoming a wildlife biologist, use these resources to determine what is required.