Field Station Courses and Cost

Our courses emphasize field methods
and mapping using the spectacular
geologic settings in Wyoming, Idaho,
and Montana.  Study localities include
the Snake River Plain, Yellowstone,
the Teton, Wind River, and
Washakie Mountains, and the Sawtooth Range.
The first and last weeks are spent at a
variety of locations in the northern
Rocky Mountains, with the middle
three weeks based out of Timberline
Ranch, 15 miles NW of Dubois, WY and
70 miles NE of Jackson, WY.
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      June 19 - July 23, 2018 (5 weeks)


      GLG 411 - 6 Undergraduate credit hours
      GLG 511 - 6 Graduate credit hours

Staff: Brian Currie (Director), Dr. Chris Haley,
      Dr. Claire McLeod, Dr. Miquela Ingalls, and
      Graduate Assistant Instructors

2018 Costs
 GLG 411 (Undergraduate)   GLG 511 (Graduate) 
Tuition and Administration Fee:  $3,451.06* $3,329.30*
 Program Fee (including $250 deposit):  $2,000.00 $2,000.00
Total: $5,451.06 $5,329.30

Plus individual food costs for travel/camping days (approximately $200) and travel to and from Wyoming.
*While unlikely, tuition is subject to change.

OhioResident and Non-Resident Student costs are identical

Application: Enrollment is capped at 30. Decisions on applications will begin in early February 2018 and will continue until the courses are full.