Just for students: Hi. Selected students have special privileges at Mt.Evans Observatory. If you are a DENVER UNIVERSITY STUDENT, consider enrolling in one or more of our astronomy classes. All courses have access to Chamberlin Obs near main campus, while the 2000 level and higher include access to Mt.Evans. If you are a COLLEGE STUDENT but not at DU, we invite you to work with your faculty sponsor in Physics, Astronomy or Engineering at your school to submit a research proposal for use of the Mt.Evans telescopes. Details can be found elsewhere on our web pages. Sorry, tours are not available. Mt.Evans Obs receives no tax money, and is not open to the public due to liability/insurance issues. However, we offer lots of public astronomy programs at our Chamberlin observatory near campus in Denver (303-871-5172). If you are a HIGH SCHOOL student, we invite you to join the DENVER ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY or a similar astronomy club in your area. Active members who show participation and contribute to group causes will be considered for access to the DU observatories. Best wishes for your academic success. For a cool student view, check out: youth_in_astronomy.homestead.com For ideas about careers in astronomy, see website www.aas.org, Careers.