|Costs||In State||Out of State||How to Pay|
|Tuition Graduate||$1,086.90||$3,552.45||Bursar will invoice|
|Tuition Undergraduate||$851.76||$3088.62||Bursar will invoice|
|Room||$300.00||$300.00||Bursar will invoice|
|Board||$240.00||$240.00||Bursar will invoice|
|Field Transportation||$315.08||$315.08||Bursar will invoice|
|Total Graduate||$1,976.98||$4,442.53||Bursar will invoice|
|Total Undergraduate||$1,741.84||$3,978.70||Bursar will invoice|
ConocoPhillips generously donated funds to sponsor students attending the Indiana University EAS X429 field course and EAS G700 field seminar. The award is based solely upon academic merit and professional promise and requires one letter of recommendation (this can be the same letter used as part of the course application process).
Apply for the ConocoPhillips scholarship
Getting to the Field Station: Students are responsible for making their own travel arrangements, either flying into Bozeman, or driving to the Field Station. The physical address is 633 S. Boulder Road, Cardwell, Montana 59721. Phone: 406-287-3528. Students who fly into the Bozeman airport will be met on arrival and transported to the Field Station.
You will be required to carry Indiana University’s health insurance regardless of your own personal medical coverage. The $35 fee is mandatory and included with the Miscellaneous costs of your field station fees. Indiana University’s health insurance is underwritten by American Income Life Insurance Company and includes the following:
View a detailed description at: http://bursar.indiana.edu/home/index.php/billing-and-payment/
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