Information for Prospective Students
There are some important considerations you need to be aware of before you sign up for classes as the Academy.
- You should be 18 years of age or older. If you're younger than that, you probably shouldn't be here. There are web sites for people of your age range. Probably the best one is Scarleteen.
- The Academy is designed for females or those who identify as female. That doesn't mean that males won't get something out of reading through the material as well, however. Therefore, the classes are open to anyone who wishes to take them.
- You do not have to register to read the material. Registering does allow you to keep track of which classes you've attended, allows you to post and participate in the forums where class material is discussed, allows you to communicate privately with the instructor(s), and offers a variety of other benefits. You are welcome to register using a throwaway e-mail address if you wish to preserve your anonymity. However, we do not divulge any information about those who sign up for classes here.
- As these courses are oriented around human sexuality and discuss a wide range of topics, you're liable to be exposed to material and concepts that you might find disturbing (including erotica and pornography). No one will force you to read/view anything here. However, if you wish to broaden your sexual horizons, it is important that you learn about as many facets of sexuality as possible so that you can understand the sexual world around you. Part of what makes a good slut a great slut is an understanding of how her sexuality fits within the context of sexuality in general. It is therefore important that you approach these courses with an open mind.
The only admission requirements are that you be at least 18 years of age, and that you're willing to be exposed to material of a very sexual nature. Oh, and you need to be willing to learn.
All of the courses at the Slut Academy are free. Therefore, you need not worry about financial aid.
Sadly, the Slut Academy is not a "real," accredited learning institution. Therefore, you likely will not receive any credit at any other university for having taken these courses. That's not to say you can't try, however.
Applying to the Academy is simple. Just go HERE to register, and then sign up for whichever classes you wish to take. Please see the Academics Page for details on suggested required courses and/or an appropriate path through the curriculum.