Summer SU 2018 Group Registration

  

 

How to Register (English Broadcast)

  1. Download the SU 2018 Group Registration Form [PDF].
  2. Complete the form and collect the tuition money from the members of your group.
  3. Email your completed form to webinars@SummitUniversity.org on or before June 6.
  4. Summit University will send you additional instructions on how to pay your group's tuition and connect to the seminar.

FAQs

Who can participate in a group?

All Keepers of the Flame are welcome to participate in a group.

What does SU consider to be a “group”?

According to Summit University, a “group” is two or more people sharing the same computer connection to attend the seminar.

How many people do I need in order to have a group?

Two or more people.

Does each member of the group get their own login information?

No.  The group will get one login to connect one computer to the seminar broadcast.

Who registers the group for the seminar?

Whether you have 2 or 20 people, your group facilitator will be the one that your group chooses to handle registration and receive the login information.

Who should the group facilitator be?

Your group will pick your group facilitator.  Ideally, this should be someone who is good with technology and feels comfortable managing the SU tuition payments for the group and distributing the SU workbook to group members.

What are the benefits of participating in a group?

If you attend SU in a group, you will have the opportunity to participate in discussions and activities with the people right next to you in the room.  For some people this is much preferred to participating at home alone by themselves.  There is no discount for participating in a group.

How to Register (Spanish Broadcast)

  1. Download the SU 2018 Group Registration Form [PDF].
  2. Complete the form and collect the tuition money from the members of your group.
  3. Email your completed form to webinars@SummitUniversity.org on or before June 6.
  4. Summit University will send you additional instructions on how to pay your group's tuition and connect to the seminar.

FAQs

What does SU consider to be a “group”?

According to Summit University, a “group” is two or more people sharing the same computer connection to attend the seminar.

How many people do I need in order to have a group?

Two or more people.

Does each member of the group get their own login information?

No.  The group will get one login to connect one computer to the seminar broadcast.

Who registers the group for the seminar?

Whether you have 2 or 20 people, your group facilitator will be the one that your group chooses to handle registration and receive the login information.

Who should the group facilitator be?

Your group will pick your group facilitator.  Ideally, this should be someone who is good with technology and feels comfortable managing the SU tuition payments for the group and distributing the SU workbook to group members.

What are the benefits of participating in a group?

If you attend SU in a group, you will have the opportunity to participate in discussions and activities with the people right next to you in the room.  For some people this is much preferred to participating at home alone by themselves.  Also, students participating in a group receive a discounted tuition rate for the Spanish broadcast.


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