The Atlas Summit 2015 is a great place for students to learn about Objectivism  and the values Ayn Rand  promoted. We offer a discounted student registration rate,  available to full-time students at any time.
The 2015 Atlas Summit opens with a special full-day program aimed primarily at students (but open to all registrants), from 9:30 am to 5pm on Thursday, June 18. (There will be a special student reception dinner Wednesday, June 17 in the evening.) Kick off the Atlas Summit 2015 with a new course exploring the richness of the Objectivist ethics and comparing Objectivism  with other approaches to morality. It's a great way to set the context for an exciting long weekend of ideas and inspiration.
Scholarships, waivers, and travel funds
Students who are financially pressed may apply for tuition waivers and room and board scholarships, too. In addition, limited travel funds are available for students traveling long distances, or traveling internationally, or with exceptional financial constraints. The scholarship application is available online now . Note that this year, to receive scholarship support, a student must be sufficiently familiar with Objectivism  to score 19 correct on the Basic Understanding of Objectivism Quiz .
Apply by May 11, 2015 for the best chance at getting a scholarship. Applications will be accepted after May 11 as long as funds and rooms remain available. Atlas Summit student scholarships are supported by the Frank W. Bubb III Memorial Fund  for Scholarship.
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