Registration and Payment
Registration includes instruction, all materials, food, and three nights of camping. Private indoor lodging at Earthaven is available for an additional cost. Transportation is not available.
Registration Sliding Scale: $240-375
Infant and Toddlers ages 0-3: Free (no program)
Children ages 4-12: $100 (youth program offered)
Teens ages 13-17: $100 (no program)
We offer a few partial work trade opportunities to individuals who are available and qualified, and who would otherwise not be able to afford to attend. Our partial work trade positions cost $50-90 depending on the position, require about 11 hours of service, and include food, camping, admittance to camp, and materials.
We offer partial scholarships (50% of the bottom of the sliding scale) to black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) and single parents with financial needs who otherwise would not be able to afford to attend. We understand that BIPOC experience more financial and institutional barriers to participation, and this is one way we are able to create more access. If you identify as BIPOC and/or are a single parent with financial needs and would like to receive a scholarship, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work trades and scholarships do NOT cover transportation or indoor lodging. Please contact us at email@example.com to receive a work trade or scholarship application.
How to Secure Your Space
step 1 - Register: Fill out the registration form for each adult participant. Please give yourself plenty of time to complete the form, because it cannot be saved until submitted.Register Today
step 2 - Payment: Use the cart below to select your tuition and lodging options, then select "Add to Cart." After the page refreshes, scroll down if needed to add Children & Teens to your cart. After the page refreshes again, select the "Checkout with PayPal" option and continue through the PayPal website.
SLIDING SCALE: Because some people have more financial means than others, we have created a sliding scale fee system to accommodate a range of economic realities. The high-end of the scale reflects the value we believe the program holds, and the low-end offers a more accessible entry point. By choosing a higher price point, you are helping make the program more accessible to others for whom the low-end may be cost-prohibitive. Please consider your needs and resources to determine what might be a stretch, but not a strain.
Below you have the option to donate to another to make this learning and community building experience possible for someone else who wouldn't be able to attend without the support of others.
We also accept checks or money orders payable to the following address and note the class for which you are registering in the memo field:
School of Integrated Living
11 Full Circle Trail
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Crowdfunding and Fundraising: Check out our Crowdfunding and Fundraising page for creative ways to engage your community and launch a "Community Supported Education" campaign. This approach can help support your investment in yourself, your community, the planet, and future generations.
If you cancel, you may transfer your place in the program to anyone of your choosing, who will need to register online. You can also donate your place to someone who would not be able to participate without financial assistance.
A 50% tuition refund is available until June 15, 2020.
After June 15, 2020, there will be NO refunds.
If SOIL cancels this course for any reason whatsoever, 100% of your tuition will be refunded.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with registration questions.Compassion Camp Homepage