Duke University Marine Lab: Beaufort, NC
Subjects: The Marine Laboratory is a campus of Duke University and a unit within the Nicholas School of the Environment. Programs at the Marine Laboratory are central to the Nicholas School of the Environment's mission to provide interdisciplinary educational and research opportunities addressing an area of vital concern--the quality of the Earth's environment and the sustainable use of its natural resources.
Prerequisites: Introductory level Biology class recommended.
Length: Fall, Spring or Summer Semesters available
Credit: 4.0 units for fall or spring. 1-2 units for summer.
Faculty: Courses are taught by world-renowned faculty from Duke University and other universities and research institutions. Small class sizes and an island setting facilitate rewarding student-faculty interactions.
Housing: Undergraduates reside on Pivers Island. Double or single occupancy is available.
Albion Faculty Advisor: Abigail Cahill,
Cost: Check program website for current pricing and housing options.
Costs Not Covered by Albion: Health fee, Marine Lab activity fee, transcript fee, health insurance (unless proof of coverage), any elective travel course fees, and books.
Comments: Scholarships are available in the summer and fall semesters. Students are encouraged to drive to the lab. There are no parking fees and there is a local gym students can use. For those without a vehicle, there is a Ride-Share program with Enterprise, cars can be rented by the hour. The cost is about $8.00 an hour and includes gasoline.
135 Duke Marine Lab Road
Beaufort, NC 28516