Our summer college courses are taught in an immersive format over two weeks, and are highly acclaimed by students. Courses provide hands-on experience and emphasize learning-by-doing in disciplines like ecology, herpetology, conservation, entomology, molecular techniques, and more. Most courses include extensive fieldwork in nearby natural areas and occasional field trips to sites across southern Oklahoma. All courses are 3 credit hours. See our Guide to Living at the Station for a list of what to bring and what to expect.
Students live at the biological station. We provide housing and meals, and amenities that include computer labs, Internet, study areas, laundry facilities, volleyball, basketball, recreation room with Ping-Pong and television, and spectacular lakefront views.