We have a lab fee of $75. We let it build up to purchase better equipment/upgrades.

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Hi Judy,
I teach two upper level neuroscience courses with labs. Reed does not charge a lab fee for any of its science (lab) courses. The courses are costly as we use rodent models, and include stereotaxic surgeries etc. Students also carry out independent lab projects to prepare them for their senior thesis. Again no additional cost is applied to any student. I realize that this may not be the norm, but it does help those students who might have financial constraints.

On Wed, Nov 17, 2021 at 6:56 PM Judith Ogilvie <judith.ogilvie@slu.edu> wrote:
Hi all,
If you offer a neuroscience lab course, how much are your lab fees? Do you use crayfish and/or other pricey materials/supplies?
Thanks in advance,
-Judy Ogilvie

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Saint Louis University

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