Eagle Mount Fees and Costs
Eagle Mount program fees are modest, covering on average only 10% of actual program costs. This is made possible by the kindness of individuals, foundations and corporations who support Eagle Mount through generous donations and sponsorships. Eagle Mount does not seek government funding, and does not offer third party billing.
Eagle Mount’s policy is that no one will be turned away because of an inability to pay. For those who qualify, a scholarship is available to cover that portion of program fees that the applicant is unable to pay or work off through the Work for Fees Exchange Program. Scholarships are intended for those who are severely financially challenged, have no visible means of income or support, are wards of the state, and/or have no support through an organization, school or foster family. Each scholarship application is reviewed on an individual basis.
For the scholarship form, Click Here.
No refunds are available when participants miss a single class. However, if it is necessary for a participant to drop out of a program before the halfway point, a partial refund is available.
Attendance Policy: Call 586-1781 ASAP if you are going to miss a class!
At least 24 hours is requested when a participant is unable to make it to class. This allows us time to contact the volunteers scheduled to assist at that time. Two unexcused absences during a program session will result in forfeiture of your place in the class.
For your participant’s safety, we require that all necessary paperwork be completed, signed, and received by Eagle Mount before he or she will be allowed to take part in any programs. Here is a quick reference guide to the paperwork required for each program:
- All programs (except Big Sky Kids)
- Bridger Bowl Program (besides the above)
- Cross Country Ski/Snowshoe (besides the above)
- Crosscut Mountain Sports Center Waiver
- Big Sky Kids
- Camper application
- Medical release
- Assumption of risk form
- Camper spotlight
- Family application