Field School

The archaeological field school takes place each summer and offers an opportunity for students to develop essential field skills.  These include some or all of the following: surface survey, topographical survey with GPS and total station, geophysics, excavation, and processing and analysis of archaeological remains.  Recent field schools have taken place in North Park, Greeley, and Dearfield Colorado.

Costs include UNC tuition (4 credits) and a $400.00 fee to cover R&B & supplies.

Course info: 4 CREDITS, Ant. 325, CRN: 40202(UG) or Ant. 525, CRN 40203 (GR).

For more information, contact Andy at

Past Field School Summaries and Photos:

Field School 2014

(The whole crew at the Von Trotha-Firestien Farm (L-R): Robbin Myers, Susan Kuznik, Amy Hudgens, Carlye Schaeffer, Kate Eastep, Connor Blum, Jack Fuqua, Kelton Meyer, Hannah Moore, Phillip Vesey)

Field School 2012

Field school 2012: L-R: Petra, Virginia, Andy, Margaret, John, Matt, Stephanie, Josh, David

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