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Frequently Asked Questions
Is purposely.org a non-profit?
Yes. Purposely.org is a featured program of the Center for Self Direction, which is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization.
If it's a non-profit, why do you charge a fee?
We are an IRS approved 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization in the same kind of status as a college or university. As such, in order to support the program financially similar to how the university does, we engage in fundraising with individuals, we seek support from grants and endowments, and we ask for fees from participants themselves.
Do You Offer a Money back Guarantee? Can I get a refund?
Nope. Does the university offer your tuiton back if you didn't like the class? You are free to cancel your enrollment at anytime. You will not be charged any additional fees after you have cancelled.
What's the Difference between Standard Coaching and Advanced Mentoring?
With our Standard Coaching, we offer coaching sessions to multiple groups at a time. Standard Coaching is either through interactive online coaching sessions or in person group sessions at a local partner. With our Advanced Mentoring, we offer a private group mentoring process where a mentor works directly with your peer group.
Can I start with the standard coaching and then move up later?
Certainly. After you enroll you will have secure access to your enrollment portal where you can change the coaching program you are on. Remember though, your whole peer group needs to be on the same coaching/mentoring program.
JSU Wesley is a founding partner of purposely.org. Wesley is a student center that encourages student participation in community service, campus involvement, and personal growth. Though it is a faith based organization, it is intentionally open to all students, including those who do not identify as part of or practicing a religious tradition. As such, Wesley students represent the full spectrum of religious backgrounds and traditions.