I'd like to enroll, but I can't afford the enrollment tuition. Why do you make people pay for content? Why not give it away for free like the rest of the information on your site?
We understand that some readers do not have the resources to enroll. We are considering future changes to our enrollment offerings that would address this. If he could, Chris would give all his services away for free to everyone who was interested in his work.
Unfortunately, this is not realistic, as the site is costing him thousands of dollars to run, he has supported it almost completely out-of-pocket for the past five years, and he isn't drawing any profit from it, despite working more than fulltime on the site and his cause. And we just increased the size of our part-time staff, which will help us better fulfill the needs of site visitors but will also increase our running costs.
Enrolled receive access to more extensive site content than registered users, including special in-depth reports and guides, and to special features such as the Subscribers-Only forum, where Chris personally participates in discussing the issues. However, Chris remains generously committed to keeping the entire Crash Course free and available to everyone, along with the other fundamental features of the site.
Very occasionally, generous supporters offer to sponsor scholarships for interested readers who cannot afford to enroll. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship, please contact us and explain why you feel you would be a good candidate. Scholarship opportunities are limited, but we will take your inquiry under consideration when and if another scholarship is sponsored.
If you are interested in sponsoring a scholarship for someone who is unable to afford one, please contact us to make arrangements. Thank you.