Undergraduate Application Materials
Dr. Harlo Hadow
1220 1st Ave NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Phone (319) 399-8704
Fax (319) 399-8748
Coe College operates the Wilderness Field Station, a truly unique
Wilderness "classroom", run for 40 years by the Associated Colleges of
the Midwest, north of Ely in far northern Minnesota.
In 2014, the Wilderness Field Station will have 2 sessions, Session I,
will run from June 14 to July 12, and Session II will run from July 12
to August 7. Upon completion the student will receive 1.0 course
per course (or 4 semester hour credits). The course credit will count
toward distribution requirements, majors and graduation, the same as if
they were taken on campus at Coe.
Students at all colleges are eligible to apply.
Maximum class size is 8, so enroll early!
2014 Undergradute Schedule and Deadlines
Session I begins June 14 and ends July 12
Session II begins July 12 and ends August 7
Early application, March 15, 2014
Regular deadline: April 28, 2014
You will receive notification of acceptance
1-2 weeks after submission.
Application Materials and Procedures
(Both of these forms are Microsoft Word documents).
The application may be downloaded directly from this web site
above or requested by phone, email or in writing to Prof. Harlo Hadow,
or from a campus representative (if one exists) on your campus. Once
you have received the forms, fill them out and take the advisor's form
to your advisor for completion, get the necessary signatures for the
application page and a transcript. Then send completed package to:
Attn: Beth Valenta
1220 1st Avenue N.E.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402
Credit is received through Coe College's summer school and
must be transferred to your home school if other than Coe. Check with
your registrar for more details. Classes transfer as 4 semester hour
credits or 1 course credit.
Costs per session
Three weeks after acceptance into the program, a $300
non-refundable deposit will be due. This deposit guarantees a place in
the course and is applied directly to the total cost.