A limited amount of financial aid has been reserved primarily for the use of those who would not be able to attend the retreat without assistance, often including students, artists, teaching faculty, and those in full-time ministry. Should you have need of assistance, you are encouraged to submit the following:
- A letter describing your personal reasons for desiring to attend and the specific nature of your need
- Two letters of reference, preferably one personal and one professional.
The goal of financial aid is to help supplement an individual’s own financial resources in cases of genuine need. Aid will be awarded in the form of tuition grants only. Other sources of assistance will need to be found should help be needed in meeting the costs of lodging, meals, and transportation.
Financial assistance may be awarded in one of two ways:
- As basic Tuition Grants
- In the form of a Work Study Grant. Work Study recipients assist with staff support on location. Such support may take the form of ushering, bookstore sales, stage support, afternoon course assistants, or the like. Such work assignments are discussed and agreed upon in advance of the retreat.
Questions? Please contact us.