Enrollment, Course Fees, and Insurance
Archaeology Field School students, for both Connley Caves and Rimrock Draw, will enroll for 8 credits in ANTH 408/508. A course fee of $3500, for both in-state and out-of-state students, covers tuition, field transportation, and food. A payment program for the field school tuition is possible. Please contact Kurea Delgado at (800) 824-2714 for more information. Students that have completed their Bachelor's Degree may take this course for graduate credit, with the expectation that graduate level effort will be required. Most tools and other materials are provided for the course. Students are required to bring expendable equipment (including a trowel, measuring tape, and level) costing approximately $60.
Please send questions or comments about the Connley Caves archaeology field school to Dr. Dennis Jenkins - email@example.com and about the Rimrock Draw archaeology field school to Dr. Patrick O'Grady - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paleoethnobotanical Field Class students will enroll for 4 credits in ANTH 406. A course fee of $2200, for both in-state and out-of-state students, covers tuition, field transportation, and food. Most tools and other materials are provided for the course. Students are required to bring expendable equipment (including a notebook and tweezers) costing approximately $11.
Please send questions or comments about the paleoethnobotanical field class to Margaret Helzer, Ph.D. - email@example.com.
Health and accident insurance is required for all students. For those who do not have it already, coverage for the period of the course can be obtained through the university at the time of registration for about $445. You may call (541) 346-2770 for insurance information.