I don't 'do' AZED. Would the double meaning be so far out as below, where students stay free (as guests?) to extend their knowledge.
The Telluride Association is a non-profit organization in the United States that provides young people with free educational programs emphasizing intellectual curiosity, democratic self-governance, and social responsibility. Students are invited to apply based on academic criteria, such as high standardized test scores; however, anyone can apply without nomination. The association was named in 1910 by it founder Lucien Lucius Nunn for his city of residence, Telluride, Colorado.
The Association's principal programs are summer seminars for high school students, called TASSes and TASPs, and scholarship houses, called Telluride Houses, for college students. These residential programs are offered at no cost to the students, who are encouraged to use the benefit of their extraordinary education for service to society. The Association is run largely by those elected to membership from its recent alumni, Deep Springs College alumni, and current Branch students.