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Archaeology Field School

​Anthropology 421, Field Research in Archaeology: Taught at Pine Lake between May 27 and June 26, this 6-credit course teaches students field excavation and laboratory methods while they participate in the excavation of a prehistoric settlement site dated approximately 2500-1000 BC at Pine Lake. Students are encouraged but not required to live at Pine Lake during the 4 and 1/2-week course. Students must commit to working 8-hour days, 5-day weeks, with 2-hour evening labs two nights per week. Tuition is $1860, and there is an additional course fee ($269-$538, depending on total student enrollment).  ​Instructor (Cynthia Klink) permission is required before registering. To secure instructor permission, submit your Application form to Professor Klink at Cynthia.Klink@oneonta.edu. Once permission is secured (Klink will respond to you via email), you are eligible to enroll.  

Due by 5/1/15: A $50 course deposit is due at the time of enrollment, as well as a $50 housing deposit with your Housing Agreement form, if you will be living on the Pine Lake campus. Completed forms and deposits go the PSGE Center.

To learn more about the joint Hartwick-Oneonta archeology field school, held at Hartwick's Pine Lake Environmental Campus every other summer,  review the Anth 421 Information and Housing Options, and visit the Hartwick department of Anthropology's Resources and Opportunities page.