The Soltis Center for Research and Education is a biological field station owned and operated by Texas A&M University. It is in the Central Volcanic Range of Costa Rica and is part of the well-known Monteverde Cloud Forests located toward the northwestern part of the range. The forests at the Soltis Center are classified as a tropical mid-elevation rain forest (450 to 700 meters above sea level). It is part of the biological corridor Las Nubes, that connects most of the cloud forests along the Tilaran and Central Volcanic Range. The Soltis Center is a neighbor to the Eternal Rainforests of the Children.
The site hosts both student academic and non-academic groups and researchers who use permanent/semi-permanent research equipment focused on biodiversity, sustainability, hydrology, and other studies.