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Where are 2018 E&E programs being held?

The 2018 Environment & the Economy program will be held in Hollywood Beach, Florida – please visit our Sites and Dates page for more details on the program location.

The website says the program is closed to further enrollment. Does the FTE maintain a wait list for closed programs?

Wait lists are kept for some, but not all site locations.  Please reach out to Don Fell at don.fell@verizon.net to find out the latest status of the program registrations.

What is the cost of the E&E program?

The E&E registration fee is $125.  Included in this registration fee is room (double occupancy), most meals, and program materials. Participants interested in a single room can sign up for this option during the online registration process for an additional charge, depending on availability. Transportation to and from the program site, including all expenses associated with travel, are the responsibility of the participant.

Where do participants stay while at E&E?

E&E participants stay in hotel accommodations.

What is the program schedule for the week?

The E&E program runs for four days.  Check-in starts at 12:30 pm on Monday afternoon, with check-out on Thursday afternoon at approximately 12:30 pm.

When do I need to arrive at the program site?

E&E check-in and program registration is held on Monday afternoon, starting at 12:30 pm.  All participants, including commuters, need to check in at that time.

I can’t get there on the first day until 2 hours after you have started.  Can I still get the graduate credit?

No. Participants must be in attendance at all sessions to be eligible for university credit.  Please plan your travel so that you can be there at the start and finish of the program.

I must leave early to catch my flight home – can I still receive the graduate credit?

No. Participants must be in attendance at all sessions to be eligible for university credit.  Please plan your travel so that you can be there at the start and finish of the program.

Participants in all FTE programs are expected to be in attendance for the full duration of the program.  Should you leave early or not attend all scheduled sessions, you will be ineligible to receive the optional graduate credit and fail to receive your course completion certificate.

How do I register for graduate credit for E&E?

Information and instructions on how to register for the graduate credits through the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs will be sent by the instructor.  You can also click here to learn more on registering for credit.

What is the cancellation policy?

The registration fee will be refunded 50% for cancellations made prior to May 1, 2018.  After May 1, no refunds will be issued.