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G429 APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

COURSE Dates: June 21 – August 6, 2015.
APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM OCTOBER 1, 2014 TO MARCH 15, 2015.

NOTE: This course is physically demanding. Students should be in good health, capable of strenuous hiking on rugged terrain while carrying daypack and field gear.

A letter of recommendation is required for enrollment and to be considered for scholarships. You must submit the name of the person you wish to make a recommendation on your behalf within two weeks of submitting your application. Click here to complete a form with this information.

Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to increase the probability of their enrollment. However, applications will be accepted until the capacity of the course is reached or approximately two weeks before the course begins.

Questions and comments should be directed to iugfs@indiana.edu.

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COURSE

G429

Please indicate a G429 focus area:

G429c: with Crystalline Rocks and Economic Geology

G429g: with Geophysics Component

G429s: with Stratigraphy and Subsurface Exploration Component

Basic Information

Name
(Last, First, Middle):
Male Female (check one)
Email address:

Current Address

Street Address:
City and State:
Zip Code: Country
Current Phone # Permanent Home Phone #

Permanent Home Address

Street Address:
City and State:
Zip Code: Country
School Now Attending:
Anticipated Graduation Date (Month/Yr):

Student Status:

Junior Senior Post-Bachelor Graduate School (M.S. or Ph.D.)

Please check courses completed by summer for interested course (control/apple-click to check all that apply)

G429 basic requirements additional subjects taken for G429c/g/s:

Other

Other

Space in "g" option is limited by equipment constraints. Please return all requested information needed to complete your application as soon as possible.

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