Middle Tennessee State University
Sunday, May 20, 2018 to Monday, May 28, 2018
No meals provided during course. A car pool to the grocery store is available for free. Refrigerators, microwaves, and camping stoves are available for student use. A document of recommended restaurants is available upon request.
Please contact Mike Bowen for information on local lodging options. Mike.Bowen@mtsu.edu 615.904.8473 Students may begin arriving at 5pm on Saturday, May 20. The Outdoor Equipment Rental will be open for lodging. Lodging is free. MTSU will provide sleeping pads and bags. Lodging is a very dark, climate controlled area with access to nice bathrooms. Showers are available during the operating hours of the rec center. Working out is available for $5 for a guest pass at the Rec Center - signing in is required. Staying at OER requires that you agree to and sign the Policies for Free Lodging document.
Requesting a pick up from the Nashville airport is possible and free - please contact Mike Bowen.
Other Pertinent Info:
College credit is available for transfer from the University of Utah. Students must apply and pay for the credits on course and before testing takes place. This course is eligible for 80 hours of CECBEMS credits for the National Registry of EMTs continuing education requirements. See https://www.nols.edu/en/courses/wilderness-medicine/ for more information on college credit and EMT continuing education.