How to Register for Classes

We have changed our registration process recently, so both new and continuing students should read the following information carefully.


After each class there is a click here button that takes you to a form that will allow you to pay for the class via PayPal, credit card or check. Upon payment you and our team will receive notification that registration has been processed, you are registered for your chosen class.

The current standard fee for most semester-long courses is $325. If you would like to participate in a class, but finances are a barrier, CCM can offer you a payment plan.

Partial scholarships will also be available on a limited basis. Please contact our treasurer, Lisa Cooper, to discuss a payment plan or apply for a scholarship.

These scholarships are supported by tax-deductible donations to our program, so please consider adding a donation to your course fee so that others may be able to study.

Payment is due before the first class but no later than the second week, preferably using PayPal, unless a payment plan has been arranged in advance (If you need to set up a payment plan, please then contact [email protected]).

An 80% refund will be issued if one withdraws before the 3rd class; no refunds will be issued after that time.

We prefer to accept tuition by PayPal or credit card through the class registration forms located under “Current Classes.”

If paying by check is your only option,  please register using the “Check” form provided for your class.


Before registering, you should have a conversation with the Instructor(s) of your intended class, to introduce yourself and make sure the class is a good fit for you and proper materials for the course.

In addition to registering for the course, you will need to obtain the book used in our classes – Mesillat Yesharim: The Path of the Just, by Moses Hayyim Luzzatto, specifically the edition translated by Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan, with an introduction and commentary by Rabbi Ira F. Stone (Jewish Publication Society: 2010). Expect it to cost approximately $45; you can order it from the publisher, a bookstore, or other online purveyor.

Online classes are conducted on the videoconferencing platform The Zoom service is free; however it requires high-speed internet service and a device with a built-in camera and mic (but not a mobile phone). If you are registering for an online class, please download and become familiar with the Zoom software before your first session.

If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected]

A pious Jew is not one who worries about their fellow’s soul and their own stomach; a pious Jew worries about their own soul and their fellow person’s stomach.
Rabbi Israel Salanter

Founder of the Mussar Movement