How to Apply
To apply for any of our classes, print and complete the two-page 2015 application and return it to our Ann Arbor office. There is NO DEADLINE TO APPLY for classes. We accept applications on a rolling basis until classes fill. We do have a March 16 deadline for financial aid priority consideration. However, students may apply for need-based aid after that date; we just can't guarantee funds will be available.
Spring & Summer Term Courses
Click a course title below for its prerequisites, description, video, who teaches it and when it is offered.
Spring II (2 weeks, June 7-20, 2015)
Field Methods in Great Lakes Oceanography - EEB 401/NRE 501
Summer (8 weeks, June 27 - August 22, 2015)
Rivers, Lakes & Wetlands - EEB 320 / ENVIRON 311
Environmental Writing & Great Lakes Literature - ENG 329 / ENVIRON 329
Forest Ecosystems - EEB 348 / ENVIRON 348
General Ecology - EEB 381
Natural History & Evolution - EEB 390
Biology of Insects - EEB 442
Algae in Freshwater Ecosystems - EEB 457
Freshwater Ecology: Limnology - BIO 482
Biology and Ecology of Fishes - EEB 486
Behavioral Ecology - EEB 492
Field Botany of Northern Michigan - EEB 556
Research & Advanced Studies
EEB 400 and EEB 700 (Advanced Research in Biology) are variable (1-3) credit classes for students conducting independent research at the Biological Station. Enrollment in each requires permission of a mentor who will supervise the student's research. These arrangements must be made before the term begins.