FAQ

Have a question?

  1. What if I can’t afford to attend a Summit Conference?
  2. Who attends the Educator Worldview Conferences?
  3. Can I bring my spouse, even if they are not attending the Educator Conference?
  4. Can I bring my children to the Adult or Educator Conference?
  5. Will I have access to wireless internet and a fax machine at the Educator Conference?
Have another Question?
1. What if I can’t afford to attend a Summit Conference?

Thanks to an endowment fund made possible by generous Summit supporters, limited financial aid scholarships are available. If you have questions, call Jen Honken directly at 719.685.2855. A completed application must be submitted at least four weeks prior to your session.

2. Who attends the Educator Worldview Conferences?

Our Adult Worldview Conferences are open only to adults. The Tennessee Educator Conference is specifically focused on educators however, any adult is welcome and will find the material relevant. Typically individuals under the age of 25 attend one of our student conferences.

3. Can I bring my spouse, even if they are not attending the Educator Conference?

Yes, they are welcome to come and stay on campus, even if they are not attending the sessions. You would only pay for lodging and meals.

4. Can I bring my children to the Adult or Educator Conference?

We do not offer any childcare, although you are welcome to bring children if alternate care is arranged.

5. Will I have access to wireless internet and a fax machine at the Educator Conference?

Yes, there are locations on campus where WIFI is available for free. And, upon arrival, fax information will be provided.