Kepler regularly offers community webinars as a service to anyone interested in the topic being presented. These will be publicized on the Kepler website and its Facebook page. Even if you cannot attend, as long as you sign up, you will receive the opportunity to download a copy of the recorded webinar.
There are also free mini-courses available to anyone who signs in as a "guest" on the student website. These classes are provided for your own enjoyment and development. They do not have any “live” interaction or instructor assistance.
The Marion D. March Electronic Research Library, through Kepler College, offers all serious astrologers and students the opportunity to share this invaluable resource of academically respected primary source material as a foundational basis for lectures, articles and books. You can gain access either as enrolling as a student at Kepler or through our agreement with ISAR. Enrollment in the library provides you with thousands of articles and books through Early English Books Online and materials that can be downloaded. In addition, students will have access to the growing catalog of materials from the Alexandria iBase Project.
The Kepler College Board of Trustees have named the Kepler College electronic research library after Marion March. Marion, who passed away in 2001, was an internationally recognized astrologer and received many awards, including the PAI and Regulus Awards. She was a long-time supporter of Kepler College and and her husband and family have continued that support.