Forestry Study Program (FSP) is committed to transform its student to become a good and knowledgeable graduate, a graduate who has a professional skills and etiquette as a manager, facilitator, researcher, and eco-entrepreneur in the field of forestry. The best way to carry out the transformation process is through quality teaching and learning process that could effectively trigger the students to become an active and professional learner (SCL: Student Centered Learning). FSP will provide any necessary environment to guarantee the achievement of the transformation. Combination between in class and experiential learning activities is believed to be the key factor in shaping the knowledge and skills of FSP students. Curriculum implementation is continuously evaluated as well to make sure that such combination is effectively implemented. At the same time, FSP Teaching Forest is set to fully support such experiential learning activities. Teaching Forest is expected to represent Wallace region ecosystem. Academic and support staff do realize the importance of the FSP commitment and continuously improve their capacity to support in and out class student activities. This set of approaches has become the commitment and educational philosophy of FSP. This philosophy is constantly disseminated to all staff, especially for new staff, students, and to other relevant stakeholder through faculty website, brochure, banner, and other media.