Tuition for the cluster model is $1,950 per year (16 four-hour sessions or 64 contact hours).
Fully refundable deposit of $195 (1/10th of the total) is due with the registration.
Once the cluster is fully enrolled (12-15 participants) usually by the end of August, the remaining balance would begin* to be automatically charged to your credit card on file in 9 monthly installments of $195 each from September through May.
*Please let us know ahead of time if you would prefer to pay in another way, and we will be happy to set up a different arrangement.
Limited scholarship assistance is available upon request by e-mail to: milan(at)centerforanthroposophy.org or by calling 603-654-2566 or by downloading and printing the Financial Aid Application Form and mailing it to: CfA, P.O. Box 545, Wilton, NH 03086.
The awards will be made once the enrollment reaches the requisite level of at least 12 to 15 participants and will typically range between 15% and 20% of total tuition depending on individual circumstances and the overall strength of the cluster. These awards will reduce your monthly automatic credit card charges by corresponding amounts.
Cancellations and refunds:
We reserve the right to cancel any program with 7 days notice if registration is insufficient. If we cancel, a full refund will be given.
Students may cancel their enrollment in writing prior August 1 for clusters beginning in September or prior December 1 for clusters beginning in January. Since we have to make early financial commitments to secure our faculty and rent the classroom, no refunds will be available after August 1 or December 1.
Failure to attend classes and/or to make complete payment does not constitute official withdrawal.
Students in the Independent Mentorship Program meet with their mentor no less than 16 hours. A Letter of Understanding is completed for this program. The course tuition of $1,200 is paid as follows: $400 administration fee is mailed to CfA together with the Letter for Understanding and remaining $800 is payable directly to the mentor.