PAY A DEPOSIT
If you have already deposited for the program and would like to make a payment towards your tuition, please go to our PAYMENTS PAGE.
If you have been admitted to the Immersion Program and are ready to reserve your bench, you may do so by either mailing a check of $500 to Vermont Woodworking School, 148 Main Street., Cambridge, VT 05444, or by placing a deposit with a credit or debit card using the link below. Your $500 deposit is non-refundable as once you are admitted and deposited, your bench will be unavailable to another admitted student, and we frequently arrive at a waitlist prior to the start of a semester. Also, faculty contracts are issued and based on program enrollment. Thank you for your understanding. We have limited bench space at the Vermont Woodworking School and benches are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Once we receive your deposit, we will be in touch to confirm receipt and confirm we have a bench for you.
If you have been admitted to the Immersion Program and are ready to reserve a room in our on-site housing, you may do so by either mailing a $550 check to Vermont Woodworking School, 148 Main Street, Cambridge, VT 05444, or by placing a deposit with a credit or debit card using the link below. We do our best to accommodate all housing needs by placing students in housing on-site owned and managed by the property owner, Burt Steen. In the event that we run out of rooms on-site, given enough notice, we do our best to place students in apartments and rooms in Fairfax or the neighboring communities of Cambridge and Jeffersonville. Once we have received your deposit, we will be in touch to confirm we have a room for you. In order to ensure we have created successful communities in each of the individual housing units (silos, farmhouse, off-site apartment) all room assignments are subject to change up until the start of the semester. We do our best to group students by age and interests.