Lecture Hall

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: How much does RPA cost?

A: With 3 all inclusive tracks, we are sure to find an entry point for you and your family. We’re committed to keeping costs low and offerings massive for students, but can’t guarantee this price forever, so if you want to enjoy the world’s best sports program for 70% less than the average college program, enroll ASAP!

 

We’ve also recently added financing partners to make RPA even more affordable: now you can make payments while receiving all that RPA has to offer, with less than 3% interest, meaning you can bundle all offerings (including boarding) for a reasonable rate unmatched by anyone in the industry.

Q: What are the 3 tracks?

A: Post Grad (PG) Track

Established for academically sound athletes who are seeking an opportunity to increase their marketability, performance enhancement, injury recovery, early start on college academics, or want to achieve a trade or certification while only playing their respective sport for one year. 

 

Junior College (JuCo) Track 

Established for not only academically challenged athletes in need of college courses to become NCAA eligible, but also student athletes who are seeking an opportunity to increase their marketability, performance enhancement, injury recovery, early start on college academics, or want to achieve an Associates degree, trade or certification while only playing their respective sport for two year.

 

Four Year Track 

Achieving a 4 year degree is a lifelong desire or dream for many, we have established a pathway to achieve your degree, trade or certification and compete collegiately through a revolutionary pathway in academics and athletics. This program too is for not only academically challenged athletes in need of college courses but ALL student athletes who are seeking an opportunity to increase their marketability, performance enhancement, injury recovery, early start on college academics, or want to achieve a trade while only playing their respective sport with RPA for their 4 year campaign.

 

Q: Are the courses online? 

A: Yes, you can be anywhere in the universe with wifi, a laptop or desktop computer and you'll be able to complete the courses.

Q: Where are the classes provided from ?

A: We are excited to be facilitating courses through University of The People. Upon successful completion, you will receive college credits or degree from the University of the People, transferrable to other colleges and universities subject to review and approval by the receiving institution.

When you transfer your credits, it will come as an official transcript from the University of The People. The course syllabus will include the specific course numbers.

 

Q: Who provides oversight?

A: The talented staff at RPA facilitates and the amazing professors of University of the People.

 

Q: Are you for-profit or non-profit?

A: Yes, we’re for-profit, because we believe it is the faster and most sustainable way to make the biggest social impact. 

For organizations focused on improving education, self-sufficiency matters, and here’s one big reason why: non-profit donations have a tendency to dry up during economic downturns, which is precisely when society needs to increase access to education to invest in a more prosperous future. That said, it’s important that we acknowledge that in the world of higher-ed, the term “for-profit” carries with it additional baggage: many “For-profit Colleges” of yesteryear took advantage of their students with little regard for their actual education and success. This was a dark chapter in the history of higher-ed, and very much contributed to the problem we’re working so hard to solve. RPA’s goal is student-centric and aimed at access, not profit, and solving such a massive societal problem will certainly generate plenty of value. 

 

When you are curious about an organization’s intentions, whether for-profit or non-profit, the easiest way to see their intentions is by their actions. We invite you to judge us by our actions.

 

Q: Does RPA offer scholarships?

A: Although we do not offer traditional scholarships in the sense of what’s known, we do however provide opportunities and programs to allow our students and student athletes to scholarship themselves. We can do this with an entrepreneurial centered approach. 

 

Q: Why does RPA require a commitment fee?

A: Consider the commitment fee an act of good faith. This allows us to account for students, organize housing, set the schedule as well and secure the right amount of personnel based on the numbers. The commitment fee is exactly that, a fee of commitment.