Registration Information and Forms
Course Reservation Information
Course reservations are not secured until a deposit is received.
PLEASE NOTE: GI Bill or other financial aid students are not required to submit a deposit for course reservation.
Field courses at the Mountain Research Station are very popular and have low enrollments to maximize student/instructor interaction. A waiting list will be generated if the course fills and students will be placed based on the date of their reservation if a cancellation occurs. Please call 303-492-5151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to check on the availability of courses.
The Office of Continuing Education manages registration and course credit. Final registration for course credit will take place on the first day of class. Credits are the same as other courses from the University of Colorado and tuition is the same for Colorado residents and nonresidents. Course credit is readily transferable to other institutions and meets the field course requirements for CU's Environmental Studies program.
Course reservations must be cancelled by April 14, 2016 (December 16, 2015 for Winter Ecology) to receive an 80% reimbursement of your deposit. Deposits will not be refunded after the deadline. Deposits will be refunded in full if a course is cancelled. Please check course enrollments before buying non-refundable airline tickets.
Transcripts for course credit transfer may be obtained from:
Campus Box 68
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0068
Send a signed letter with your name, student id, date of birth, address, dates of attendance, and complete mailing address.
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