What is the TREE Semester?
The Teaching and Research in Environmental Education (TREE) Semester is a 16-week, residential semester program that mirrors the traditional study abroad experience. Undergraduate students live and learn in community at the scenic Catamount Center in the montane forest outside Woodland Park, Colorado. The TREE Semester is for students of all academic interests, but is specifically designed for those interested in exploring both environmental and educational fields. These scholars will cultivate their own and their K-12 students’ conceptions of environmental stewardship and respect for the natural world.
Join the folks of the TREE Semester on Wednesday, February 21st at 6:30pm in the WES Room for an information session. There will also be a free overnight this weekend.
CC students apply through Summit (International Programs Portal).