The Central Michigan University Biological Station is located on Beaver Island, 32 miles from Charlevoix, Michigan in northern Lake Michigan.
  • 130-acre CMUBS Main Campus
  • 240-acre Miller's Marsh Natural Area
  • 80-acre Egbert Farm
  • CMUBS Boathouse

CMUBS Research Facility

  • Six research labs
  • Bench space is available
  • Research equipment
    • Research boats (12' - 20')
    • Shimadzu TOC-V Analyzer
    • Eppendorf 5810 R Centrifuge
    • GC Mass Spectrometer
    • Millipore Ultrapurifier
    • UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
    • Yamato SE 510 Autoclave
    • Mesocosm
    • MV Chippewa
  • Natural history museum and herbarium

CMUBS James C. Gillingham Academic Center

  • 120-seat lecture hall
  • Computer laboratory
  • Academic library
  • Three mediated teaching laboratories/classrooms
  • Greenhouse
  • Wireless internet available throughout campus

CMU Boathouse & MV Chippewa

  • Located in the town of St. James
  • 7 miles North of the CMUBS main campus
  • Mooring on Lake Michigan
  • Access to the Beaver Island Archipelago
  • Mesocosm