To Apply: Read the following seven pages:
Read these first. All of them. Do not think of applying before you read them, because you will be denied. None of these articles are optional, no matter what you may think.
In the form provided, please provide: age, location, and your reasons for joining. Failure to provide all three will result in denial.
Additional Ways to Get Your Application Denied: Comments that indicate that SCPs are real, use of [DATA EXPUNGED] or [REDACTED], misspelling the three letters that make up our abbreviation, or comments that try to humorously show there isn't a lot of space to wri- will be denied. If you tell me your real name, or screen name, in the application, you will be denied. I don't need to know the first, and already know the second. User names that involve the phrases 'SCP' or 'O5' or are otherwise inappropriate, will be denied out of hand.
Crap! I Got Denied! Now What?: You may always reapply. Should you be denied, we strongly encourage you to re-read the required reading to find out why or send a private message to Dr. Bright for the reason. (If you want a specific reason for denial, please include a copy of your application; otherwise, you will receive a very general response. Please note: This IS what Bright does for the site. There is no reason to apologize for messaging him, or to think you're wasting his time.)
Other Important Information:
First Note: Because this keeps coming up: Just because you desire to/are using the Foundation for some other project, video game, rpg, what have you, does not exempt you from answering the required questions, or reading ALL seven pages of the required reading.
Second Note: We ask that there be only one person per account. Wikidot accounts are free, so there's really no need to share them.
Third Note: If you got joining information from anywhere but these pages, they are wrong.
Humorous Note: Don't forget, naked self pictures and monetary donations are always welcome, and may help process your application.
Final Note: No ponies.
DISCLAIMER: None of this information is in anyway shape or form recorded. Dr Bright has the effective memory of a goldfish, and will not remember your application seconds after approving or denying it. (Largely because of the volume of applications.) Please do not expect Dr. Bright to remember your application if you mess it up.