Apply for Community Audit

Questions about applying? Contact an Admissions Counselor by phone (206.876.6155) or email (admissions@theseattleschool.edu)

  

Personal Information

Notes
08/21/2018 GL Cloned from Enrichment Application. Made significant changes, including changing the GL Code. Removed application fee. Removed payment block.
Hidden Setup Parameters - Edit before deploying each year
1. Edit the list of academic terms and the anticipated start terms on page 2. If more than 5 possible terms, you will need to add more SalesForce Academic Term record IDs below and change the Academic Term and the Starting Term calculations below...
9. UNUSED - Update the promo codes in the javascript code
Parameters - Should not require updates unless different records are created
Calculations - Do not change

Please note that there is a significant amount of javascript associated with this form. It should not require any changes unless the promo codes change (and they should probably be moved out here). See Properties => Custom Code from the menu at the top of the page. Please note that the only way to find the section ID to hide and display the payment section is to read the page source.
Testing
Test Plans:

1. Create an application for enrichment
2. Create an application for enrichment with future enrollment
3. Check the application for completeness
4. Check that all the application documents are present and accounted for

Only needed if charge is reinstated:
5. Check that all of the promo codes work.
6. Check that the correct charge is made in auth,net (and then have Accounting cancel it)





Or any other names transcripts may be filed under

















Authorize.net Parameters - Do not change

Application Information














Disclaimer & Compliance

Disclaimer
Applying for Community Audit at The Seattle School does not guarantee admission. Seats may be limited and some courses are not eligible. Community Audit participants will not have their work graded and graduate credit cannot be granted after the fact. Community Audit participants must pay in full prior to the start of the course. Enrollment covers one attendee only. The refund policy outlined in the catalog applies. 
Compliance
The Seattle School seeks to set a table for discourse in the intersections of theology, psychology, culture, and spirituality. That means we embrace in our life and work a commitment to racial, ethnic, and gender diversity and an inclusive welcome to communions represented in the global church. Our admissions philosophy is to receive applications without discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual identity, sexual orientation, military status, or denomination.





The intent behind this question is to gather information about significant psychiatric or psychological treatment (e.g. recent experience or memory of intense trauma, onset of PTSD, hospitalization, suicide attempts, in-patient rehab). As a community we encourage and honor personal therapeutic work and do not discriminate against individuals who have sought help. If your answer to this question is “yes”, we’d like to gain a greater understanding of where you are at in your own process in order to decide together whether or not this program would be safe and honoring for you at this time.



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