If you want to send a special link that allows enrollment into a private (unlisted) Program or if you want to throttle your waves of enrollment into a specific Program, you can do this within your Program settings. Learn how here.
You're just getting started adding a new program. You've added Program Options and selected the first combination to create your first Program. Now you're at the Schedule section. What do all these options mean? Read more.
Once you've added all your Program Options (and don't worry if you missed some, you can always go back and add more or edit the ones you've added), you're ready to create your first Program. Read more.
Program options act as a series of choices that funnel the person enrolling down to a final choice. Think of them as the means of presenting all your possible options to the customer without completely overwhelming them. Read more here.
If you're ready to start creating and customizing programs for your customers to enroll in, you're in the right spot. We highly recommend going through each of the tutorials on this page before you give it a go. Start with this one.
After your programs have already begun this year, you may allow for late-comers. In this case, you may want to charge a prorated enrollment fee for only the days that they will attend until the end of the program. With Enrollsy, this can be automated and managed easily on a per-program basis. Read more.
In this context, the term "Tuition" will be used to mean a program's scheduled Auto-Billing fee.
After your programs have already begun this year, you may allow for late-comers. In this case, you may want to charge a prorated tuition for only the days that they will attend until the next Auto-Billing cycle. With Enrollsy, this can be automated and managed easily on a per-program basis. Read more.
Before you make your enroll form available to the public, chances are you're going to want to do some testing and verify everything is set up correctly. See what needs to happen before you publish. Read more.