2020 courses are open: apply online

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Scroll for a breakdown of costs for each of our 2020 courses.

“This course was the best decision I could have ever made, providing direction, inspiration, and fresh goals.”

Fees paid to Tatoosh cover instruction and programming, air travel round-trip between Seattle and Alaska, kayaking and camping equipment, field research equipment, ground and water transport, group dinners, and course texts, technology and PSU unit costs.

Learn more about the Bridger Scholarship Fund and apply for help with your course costs.

In addition, a growing number of schools allow students to take institutional financial aid off-campus. Check with your financial aid office to see what aid you may be able to apply to your Tatoosh program.

Community Ecology (3-week)

Due   Cost
When you apply Application fee (non-refundable) $20.
14 days after your acceptance email arrives Course deposit (non-refundable) $500.
30 days after your acceptance email arrives (or contact us to learn more about payment plans) Program fee (see the TS cancellation policy here) $3,880.
  Total $4,400.

Case Studies for a Changing World (6-week)

Due   Cost
When you apply Application fee (non-refundable) $20.
14 days after your acceptance email arrives Course deposit (non-refundable) $500.
30 days after your acceptance email arrives (or contact us to learn more about payment plans) Program fee (see the TS cancellation policy here) $6,980.
  Total $7,500.

Salmon Class (2-week)

Due   Cost
When you apply Application fee (non-refundable) $20.
14 days after your acceptance email arrives Course deposit (non-refundable) $500.
30 days after your acceptance email arrives (or contact us to learn more about payment plans) Program fee (see the TS cancellation policy here) $3,080.
  Total $3,600.

Other Costs

You are responsible for other course-related expenses.  They will include,

(1) travel to and from Seattle, where you’ll link up with your flight purchased by Tatoosh School,

(2) individual breakfast and lunch while on course,

(3) personal outdoor equipment. You’ll receive an equipment list in your enrollment packet, or you can request one from us ahead of time; and,

(4) health insurance. Students must maintain their own health insurance while on course with the Tatoosh School.

The Tatoosh School does not file 1098-T forms for program costs. The institution awarding your academic credit is responsible for filing a 1098-T for unit costs paid directly to them.

Questions about costs? Contact us. We’re glad to talk through the details.

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