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Bastiat Free University

How To Take A Class

How to enter your first Bastiat Free University course


  • register at BFU (for free)
  • select course
  • read the introduction file
  • if you are interested -
  • acquire and read the course books
  • read PDF and HTML course work listed
To reinforce the reading, at the end of each chapter and PDF file you will create a multiple choice question that reflects what you discovered in the course work. There are instructions in the introduction file. Subscribe to our BFU update journal's RSS feed to keep up to date.

If you have trouble finding the course work:
  • login
  • under General Menu>My courses select your registered course
  • next to campus - select >CLASS1
  • and now select >course documents
If you are still having difficulty - please contact us and let us know what software you are using, ie: Windows XP with the Opera browser. If an error code has printed to your screen - please cut and paste that to your message also. send the message to support at silentpc dot org. We will try to duplicate any problem and fix it.


Most courses will require a final essay that is to be posted to the class forum for peer review.

If - a degree is important to you, there is a one time fee of US$75.00 for administration of your enrollment and a $15.00 per unit fee for oversight and review of the course work. Most classes are three units, therefore most courses will cost US$45.00.

You can do all the work for yourself and never send us a sou or a cent.

Sorry folks, BFU is now only available without charge.
That means we no longer offer degrees or certificates.

study these open materials for free and enjoy them

Watch the BFU Journal and the BFU lens for further announcements



Any donation you wish to make will help BFU re-engineer college education and help enable fellow students that will change our world.

All these learning materials are here for you - please use them.



Enjoy life,

Allan Wallace, Rector
Bastiat Free University