The following information applies to EATs in the US—
EAT UK and EAT in Canada have somewhat different parameters.
Sliding scale tuition varies for every course.
early by paying a deposit on your
tuition (details below). Deposits are one half of whichever sliding scale pricing you choose. We need to have your deposit in hand before we can consider you registered for the course.
Tuition balance for all registrants is generally due
two weeks before the session. (This includes those accepted
for work-trade/scholarship.) If you are registered and
need a little more time, please contact us for options.
Loans for tuition are available at
favorable rates from the Permaculture Credit Union. Details
are on the loans page.
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The deposit reserves your space in the EAT course. It
for any reason. However, with enough notice, we can switch
to a different session. In the unlikely event that we
cancel a session,
all monies paid, including your deposit, will be refunded.
People requesting a work-trade/scholarship may not apply without paying
We ask folks to email us with their registration form
and a note stating that their deposit is in the mail. In
the case of work trade or scholarship applications we also
require a personal letter (see work
trade scholarships page); However, we will be adding
an alternate method for online registration payments soon.