Schedule of User Fees
Updated Fees For 2016
The University of Colorado Mountain Research Station generates the majority of it's operational funds from fees charged to researchers, students, and other users.
A 2-tiered fee structure is now established to harmonize overhead charged to grants and educational users, and external CU customers not affiliated with education. This helps the Mountain Research Station support it's long-standing mission of research and education. This University-wide directive helps offset the cost of building and facility repair and updates, and services such as telephone, internet, heat, electricity, and other forms of administrative support.
Help us help you by using these fees as a guide to station costs when preparing your visit, course, or grant proposal.
Field courses are designed to provide students a hands on field research experience. Enrollment is low and each course emphasizes informal interaction with the instructors and fellow students. Course credit is readily transferable to other institutions and meets the field course requirements for CU's Environmental Studies program
2016 Winter Course...