Summer Institute : Dance : Tuition + Admissions

Admission
The UArts Pre-College Summer Institute attracts students from around the world. Rising juniors and seniors in high school are welcome to apply to the Dance Program. We welcome dancers of all levels of experience.
 

Application Requirements Other Expenses
Tuition + Fees Refund Policy

Application Requirements
All programs with the exception of One-Week Intensives require supplemental application materials. Applicants must submit a completed application form, $50 application fee and a one-page typed essay expressing why you have chosen to study at the University of the Arts this summer.

Dance Program

  1. Completed application form
  2. $50 nonrefundable application fee
  3. One-page typed personal essay expressing why you have chosen to study at the University of the Arts this summer

Visit the Apply Now page for information on how to submit application materials.
 

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2014 Tuition + Fees*
Dance Program – Residential Students
Application Fee $50
Tuition $1,850
Housing + Meals $1,215
Total Residential Cost $3,115
   
Dance Program – Commuter Students
Application Fee $50
Tuition $1,850
Commuter Lunch-Only Meal Plan (required) $180
Total Commuter Cost $2,080
   
Additional Fees (if applicable)
International Student Fee $250
Late Payment Fee $60
Returned Check Fee $50

*Rates above are for the 2014 program. Information for the 2015 program coming soon.

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Other Expenses
Supplies + Attire

Prior to the start of the program, a list of any supplies or necessary items, including studio and footwear that you should bring, will be available of our website. You are welcome to bring your own personal supplies from home, including laptop computers.

Activities
An optional trip to the beach at Wildwood, N.J., is an additional cost to the student. Sign-up sheets will be distributed once the student has reserved their spot in the program.

Spending + Miscellaneous Expenses
Students spend an average of $80-$100 per week on additional items including laundry, snacks, personal spending and non-required supplies.

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