Step out of the classroom and into the field by enrolling in our Hawaii field studies program this winter!

The course begins with pre-trip classes at North Lake College in December, followed by 11 days in Hawaii, from January 1 to January 11, 2020. On the island of Kauai, students will work in tropical rainforest and tropical costal deserts, explore coral reefs, and hike through the mountains.

About the winter semester program

Students take General Botany and their choice of either Environmental Biology or Biology for Science Majors II. While working in Hawaii we will work with experts from the University of Hawaii, the State of Hawaii, the National Wildlife Refuge System, the National Tropical Botanical Garden, the Makauwahi Cave Reserve and Kauai Community College.

For more information about this program, contact Mike Huddleston. Students can reserve a place in the program with a $400 deposit.

Reservations are available now. Formal registration and enrollment begin in November. The estimated total cost, including airfare, is around $2,350.

Learn more about our Winter Hawaiian Field Studies.