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Biology

Native Plant Restoration Project

Located in Oakland, California the Mills College campus is home to many native plants and animals. The Native Plant Restoration Project is an on-going effort by faculty and students to inventory these species and to ultimately restore natural areas of the campus.

Program Information
Overview

Faculty and Staff

» Requirements

Courses
Biology Course List

Schedule of Courses for
the Current Semester


Transfer Guidelines for Science Majors
Junior Transfer Students(pdf, 17.5k)

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Botanic Garden

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Special Projects
Native Plant Restoration

Contact Information

P: 510.430.3274
F: 510.430.3304
E: biology@mills.edu

Last Updated: 2/28/13