Deep Springs can be difficult to comprehend through words alone. The student images below convey something of the beauty, intensity, and community we experience while here. (This page is updated on an occasional basis.)
Wide-open desert surrounds Deep Springs on all sides. One tradition involves hosting year-end commencement ceremonies in the mountains above campus; all the students chip in to move chairs and podiums to remote locations.
A student brings the spoils of the morning’s milking to the Boardinghouse.
A wheel-line set up to irrigate one of our eight fields of grass and alfalfa. In summer, students on Farm Team are charged with moving and running the irrigation lines twice a day.
The Class of DS’16 relaxes on the front porch for the customary informal portrait with the college’s founder. (Deep Springs’ classes are defined by their year of matriculation.)