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2019 Scholarship Offerings

10 students maximum per school

Only Sophomores thru Seniors may audition

All students must pre-register no later than February 15, 2019

No late registrations will be accepted.  NO ON SITE REGISTRATION ALLOWED

To register for an audition Link HERE

Festival Scholarship Audition Schedule


Alma College —          

Contact: Kristen Bennett 989-463-7242         

614 W. Superior St. Alma, MI 48801   

Type of Scholarship:  Summer, College/University       

Partial, Full     $1,500 Pre-Acceptance Scholarships/ $100 Summer Dance Intensive Scholarships / Two Full Tuition $475 Summer Dance Intensive Scholarships        

Pre-Acceptance covers part of Tuition. Summer Dance Intensive $100 covers part of tuition. $475 Summer Dance Intensive covers Tuition, Housing and Meals.  


Criteria: Pre- Acceptance must be a Junior or Senior in High School. Summer Dance Intensive must be 7th-12th grade.           

Curriculum Includes: Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Afro-Brazilian, Dance History, Dance Professions and many more!


AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts —

Contact: Ryan Dejak    212-957-3376         

211 West 61st Street, NY NY 10023         

Type of Scholarship: Summer, College/University           

Partial AMDA will offer select number of $20,000 College/Conservatory Scholarships ($5,000 per academic year for up to 4 years), $40,000 College/Conservatory Scholarships ($10,000 per academic year for up to 4 years), and $750 High School Summer Conservatory Scholarship (to be deducted from the final balance).        

Partial scholarships are awarded and will be deducted from the final tuition balance.  Scholarship winners must complete the AMDA application process in its entirety for a scholarship to apply.

The scholarship auditions at the RHSDF will serve as AMDA's audition requirement. Scholarship is contingent upon completion of required application materials and acceptance by the director of admissions. In order for this scholarship to renew each academic year, recipients must maintain the standards set forth in the Scholarship Acceptance Agreement. Dance Recognition Scholarships cannot be combined.


AMDA's Dance Theatre Program is designed for ambitious dancers who want to become versatile, multidiscipline performers. The eight-term program's rigorous course of physical study is grounded in classical technique and complemented by focused courses in a variety of styles. The curriculum assures an artistic foundation that combines in-depth training in dance technique and performance. The intensive performance-based training is blended with a challenging range of academic-based studies, all resulting in a well-rounded education in the arts.

The curriculum is designed to provide daily regimens that explore dance technique requiring strength, stamina and artistry. Additionally, dancers will develop professional skills needed to seamlessly blend precise technical choreography with individual interpretive storytelling, enhancing their ability to meet the demands of a competitive arts industry. Whether performing as part of an ensemble or as a featured individual artist, a wide range of production opportunities are available within the Dance Theatre Program. Additional courses such as acting, voice, music, career preparation and entrepreneurship provide dancers with a wide range of skills, broadening their potential career paths within the performing arts industry.


Telling a story with the body requires ambition, dedication and artistry. It also takes training. This four-term professional program offers intense and focused preparation for a career in dance performance. Building upon a solid foundation of technique, training will continue to expand the dancer's repertoire with a palette of disciplines, styles and genres spanning both classical and contemporary.


Customized dance projects and other performance opportunities expose dancers to a wide range of choreographers and choreographic processes. Dancers will be expected to perform choreography with accuracy and interpretive passion, and excel in ensemble and solo performance. In the final term, coursework is focused on industry and career preparation, including an original dance showcase production experience. Each showcase is crafted based on the unique and individual cast members assigned as a company. This specialized performance opportunity prepares dancers to enter the competitive performing industry with skill, confidence and a professional work ethic."


American Dance Festival —    

Contact:  Heidi Rodeffer  

919-684-6402          715 Broad Street, Durham, NC 27705      

Summer- Partial       

At least $500 towards tuition for the Pre-Professional Dance Intensive (ages 13-17) or Summer Dance Intensive (ages 18+). 

Tuition only. Students are responsible for housing, meals and travel.  

Criteria:  Completion of the full application process and demonstration of financial need.  

Curriculum includes: Pre-Professional Dance Intensive includes classes in Afro-fusion, ballet, composition, hip hop, modern, and repertory.


Summer Dance Intensive includes classes in Afro-fusion, Ballet, Composition, Countertechnique, Gaga, Hip Hop, Improvisation, Modern, Repertory, Yoga, and much more!   


Bates Dance Festival —           

Contact: Alexandra James           207 786 6381          

305 College St., Lewiston, ME 04240         

Type of Scholarship: Summer-Full-$2995  - Tuition and Room & Board       

The scholarship covers the total cost of the program, excluding travel.

Dancers must be between 14 - 18

The BDF Young Dancers Workshop curriculum includes 5 classes a day for three weeks. Dancers will take both Ballet and Modern and choose from Jazz, Hip Hop, Afro-Modern, Improvisation, various somatic practices and Pointe. Students will see performances by professional dance artists/companies, and have a working dance artist as a mentor throughout the duration of the Festival.


Bates Dance Festival —        

Contact:  Alexandra James          

207 786 6381          

305 College St., Lewiston, ME 04240         

Type of Scholarship: Summer- Partial    

$1600 Tuition Scholarship

This scholarship includes tuition, leaving $1395 in room and board cost up to participant to pay.  

Dancers must be between 14 - 18 years old        

The BDF Young Dancers Workshop curriculum includes 5 classes a day for three weeks. Dancers will take modern and ballet, and select from jazz, hip hop, improvisation, afro-modern, various somatic practices and pointe as elective offerings. Dancers have the opportunity to make their own work, see professional dance artists/companies perform, and engage directly with a working dance artists in the field as mentors. 


Belhaven University —  

Contact: Krista Bower        601-965-1413         

1500 Peachtree Street Jackson, MS 39202          

Type of Scholarship:  College/University- Partial          

$1000-$3000 dance scholarships which will be added to academic scholarships pending application and acceptance to Belhaven University.           

The Belhaven University Dance Department is competitive, and prospective dance majors must audition in order to gain acceptance. Belhaven University offers scholarships which take into account student's academic strengths, family financial need, and dance ability / potential. The scholarships are applied towards tuition expenses.        

Prospective dance majors or minors must apply and be accepted to Belhaven University and to the Dance Department before an official scholarship award can be offered. "

The Belhaven University Dance Department aims to equip students technically, artistically, academically, and spiritually to move into the world of dance and affiliated careers. Degrees offered include Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), and Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Dance as well as a dance minor. The Belhaven Dance Department is committed to a high standard of excellence in ballet and modern dance technique, improvisation, pointe, variations, pas de deux, choreography, performance, production, dance history, screendance, dance kinesiology, and pedagogy. The program's national accreditation, experienced faculty, Christian worldview, and beautiful facilities set it apart from other college dance programs. Belhaven offers you the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge and practice in the field of dance with particular attention to the integration of faith and learning.

Brenau University —  

Contact: John Streit  770-534-6245    500 Washington St. SE        

Type of Scholarship: Summer, College/University        

Partial, Full  -Various levels of scholarship for both undergraduates and summer participants      

Talent Based  Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Ballroom, West African, Variations, Musical Theatre

Dean College       

Contact:  Marc Arentsen          508-541-1608         

99 Main Street - Franklin, MA 02038         

College/University    Partial - $10,000 per year, renews each year for up to 4 years full-time study- Applies to tuition   

Criteria:  Technical and Artistic Merit        

Curriculum includes:  Dean is one of the few programs in the nation to offer intensive training in ballet, jazz, modern, hip hop and tap.

Coker College —    

Contact: Kristin Hapke   206-930-7801         

300 East College Ave Hartsville, SC 29550           

Summer, College/University, Talent          

Partial, Full     1,000-10,000            Tutition         

Criteria: Talent, merit and need based    

Curriculum:  "B.F.A in Dance: Performance and Choreography

B.A. in Dance Education: K-12 Teaching Certification

B.A. in Dance

Courses in choreography, modern/ballet technique, performance, dance history, dance science, musical theatre, jazz, tap.

We believe each student has the potential to reach their goals as a performer, choreographer, dance educator, or dance advocate. We strive to develop thoughtful and active artists in the classroom, studio, and world.

Drexel University —

Contact:  Valerie Ifill    215-571-4443         

3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA 19104           

Summer- Partial Scholarship-  recipient will get $200 off of the tuition for the summer dance intensive, Dance as a Healing Art. This summer commuter program will take place at Drexel University in Philadelphia PA from July 14-19, 2019.

The scholarship covers $200 of the $1200 tuition          

Selection from the Regional High School Dance Festival audition.        


Curriculum Includes: Daily technique classes in Modern, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, West African, or Improvisation, workshops on careers in dance, choreography workshops and a final performance.

Drexel University —

Contact:  Valerie Ifill    215-571-4443         

3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA 19104           

College: Up to $2000 for a Performing Arts Scholarship. Student must apply and be accepted into Drexel University to receive this scholarship toward tuition.  

This scholarship goes toward tuition if accepted as a Dance Major at Drexel University in Philadelphia. The program tracks into the following dance careers; Dance/Movement Therapy, Physical Therapy, Dance in Education and Performance/Choreography.

Criteria: Juniors who apply to and are admitted into the Dance Program at Drexel University.

Curriculum includes: Curriculum includes multiple styles of technique classes including; West African, Hip Hop, Modern, Jazz, Ballet, Improvisation and more. The Program features a London Study Abroad at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire and a 6-month co-op internship. The program tracks into the following dance careers;


Goucher College —    

Contact: Iyun Harrison

            917-545-9802          1021 Dulaney  Valley Rd    

Type of Scholarship: College/UniversityPartial

4 scholarships ranging from $4,000 - $20,000 each       

"This scholarship is applied toward the cost of tuition.  Students are responsible for balance of tuition, room and board, books, fees and supplies.

The Goucher Dance Scholarship recognizes students planning to major in dance.  Awarded to outstanding student artists, this is a renewable scholarship.

Ballet, Modern, West African Diaspora, Pointe and Variations, Repertory, Male Technique, Partnering, Pilates Mat, Pilates Apparatus I-II, Dance Technology, Dance Pedagogy, Composition I-III, Dance History, Anatomy, Labanotation, Introduction to Dance Therapy, Dance and Community Outreach, Politics of Performance, freshman Dance Seminar, Senior Capstone, and Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble opportunities. Other programming includes National Dance Honor Society, Orchesis Dance Club, Dancers of Color Coalition Club, Dance Improv Club, Dance Team, Hip Hop Dance Club, Pizzazz & numerous study abroad experiences.


The Grier School —           

Contact:  Jocelyn Hrzic        814-215-0825         

2522 Grier School Road Tyrone Pa 16686           

Summer, Boarding High School       Partial, Full    

$3,000 Summer, $25,00 Full Year Boarding         

Boarding, Dance, Academics           

Criteria: Must Be at Pre/Professional Level        

Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, repertoire


The Hartt School, University of Hartford —

Contact:  Stephen Pier   860.768.2477

College/University    Partial Range - up to full tuition     

Criteria: Acceptance to University of Hartford (academic)        

Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, Performing Arts Management, Pedagogy, broad range of University minors and more


James Madison University —      

Contact:  Ryan Corriston     347-804-8777         

College/University    Partial TBD    


Joffrey Ballet School —

Jo Matos


434 Avenue of the Americas 3rd floor New York, New York 10011

Summer, Trainee      Full      Tuition only scholarships -

Ballet/ J&C Summer Intensives $600.00 per week for three weeks       

Ballet/ J&C Trainee Up to $18,000.00 per year (renewal after first year based on progress of the dancer)

I am offering up to two Ballet and two Jazz and Contemporary Summer Intensive Scholarships and two Ballet and two Jazz and Contemporary Full Year Trainee Scholarships."    

Tuition only. Students must cover all fees, housing, transportation and food.  Must audition at RHSDF, accept by deadline, NYC programs only           

Ballet Programs-Ballet, Pointe,Pas de deux,Character,Contemporary Dance, Ballet Repertoire, Dance Academics

 Jazz and Contemporary-Jazz, Modern Dance, Jazz, Street Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary Dance Repertoire, Dance Academics"


Lindenwood University —         

Contact:  Tricia Zweier    636-949-4547         

209 South Kingshighway    

College/University    Partial (3) $3,000 Fine & Performing Arts Scholarships renewable annually for 4 years during the course of study.       

Each $3,000 scholarship will cover partial tuition during the prospective students 4 years of study toward a BA or BFA degree in Dance. Students are also eligible for academic scholarships.       

Criteria:  Entrance into the Fall 2019/Spring 2020/Fall 2020 BA or BFA in Dance    

Curriculum includes: Contemporary, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Dance History, Dance & Technology, Dance Science, Theory & Composition, Performance and Composition Practicum, Technical Theatre, Pedagogy, Internships. Optional courses include Hip hop, Pointe, Improvisation, Partnering, and Acting.


Long Island University POST Campus —  

Contact:  Dr. Cara Gargano     516-299-2353         

720 Northern Blvd. Brookville, NY 11548

Summer         Full      Full scholarship for one-week summer intensive.

Scholarship covers the intensive, lodging, trip to Manhattan, Broadway performance, & final performance at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts.   

Criteria: Junior (rising senior); GPA of 3.2 or higher, successful audition       

Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Performance


Montclair State University —

Contact: Kim Whittam
1 Normal Ave, Montclair, NJ 07043
College/University- Partial- 8,000 per year (BFA Candidates - for 4 Years totally 32,000)
Scholarship is applied towards tuition costs.
For out-of-state students only . Student must be accepted into both the University and the Department to receiver award. Must be a BFA Dance Major.
Curriculum includes: Conservatory based program that includes daily technique class, creative track courses, technology, dance science, laban & rhythmic analysis, entrepreneurial practice, international study, internships, general education courses and multiple performance and choreography opportunities.

New World School of the Arts —
Contact:  Mary Lisa Burns,
300 NE 2nd Avenue​, Miami, FL 33132​

College/University​- Partial​- Varies - approximately $2,000.00-$3,000.00​​

Curriculum includes:   Ballet, modern, jazz technique; Dance Composition, Digital Design for Dance, Dance Teaching Methods, Dance History, Anatomy & Kinesiology, Laban Movement Analysis, Music for Dance, Dance Production, Electives such as Pilates, Contact Improvisation, World Dance, Alexander, and others.​

Old Dominion University —          

Contact:  James Morrow 847-727-9728         

 Diehn 1106C Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529       

 Summer- Partial, Full           

 One $300 - Full scholarship, two $150 half scholarships.           

 Full or partial tuition to Pre-collegiate Summer Dance Intensive          

Criteria:  High School junior or senior dancers     

Curriculum:  A week long summer dance intensive for studios, dance programs, their pre-collegiate high school students, and interested transfer students. This five-day intensive offers the opportunity to produce and showcase studio repertory work and features a variety of master classes in Hip Hop, Aerial Dance, Ballet, Modern/ Contemporary, Pilates, Somatic practices and more. 


Old Dominion University —        

Contact:  Marilyn Marloff  757-683-4354         

Diehn 1106B Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529       

College/University    Partial Approximately $1000         

Scholarship covers educational expenses.            

Criteria:  Must be admitted to Old Dominion University and declared a Dance Major. Must have High School GPA of 2.0 or better      

Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Hip hop, Pilates, Acting, Film, Choreography, History, Anatomy, General Education courses, and many Dance Electives such as Ballroom, Jazz, Tap and Extreme Moves. 


Ohio University —          

Contact:  Nathan Andary     617.470.5894          

 Dance Division; Ohio University; 129 Putnam Hall; Athens, OH 45701

Summer, College/University            Partial Academic Year: $1000 Scholarship (1-time, non-renewable); Summer Scholarship Partial tuition

Partial Tuition           audition based with a completed interview at the table 

See materials/Visit the table for more info


Peabody Conservatory —    Contact:  danah bella, BFA Dance Chair                 

1 East Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202    

College/University    Partial, Full     For high level dancers an initial level of scholarship is offered (10K-Full Tuition)

Scholarships can potentially be increased both for students who received initial offers and those who did not get an initial scholarship offer, once our audition cycle is complete."       Peabody Scholarship cover partial, up to the full cost of tuition.           

The audition is the primary criteria in considering scholarship

Peabody Conservatory offers a BFA dance program with an emphasis in modern dance.  Critical Dance Studies in multiple styles of dance and Interdisciplinary courses are part of the curriculum.  Dancers can cross register for classes at Johns Hopkins University or apply for the double degree program between Peabody Conservatory and Johns Hopkins University.  Distinguished Guest Artists are invited for master classes or as part of a semester residency, where as a master choreographer and performer they create original works/or reset works for student performances.

Throughout the school year students are placed in apprenticeships and internships with regional professional dance companies, choreographers, dance studios and other community partners.  There will also be opportunity to perform in the pre-professional dance company at Peabody showcasing original and repertory work by faculty and guest artists. Senior year students will complete a Capstone Dance Project with opportunities to pursue independent, innovative and interdisciplinary research that culminates in a self-choreographed recital.

Rowan University —

Contact: Caitlin Reed        856-256-4030         

201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028, United States         

College/University    Partial approx. $15,000.00 per year for 4 years  

Tuition Waiver for 4 years;

Student is still responsible for fees, room and board, travel

Criteria: 1150 SAT, Identified talent         

Curriculum includes: 42 credits Gen Ed, 40.5 credits Dance Technique & Theory, 37.5 Free Electives    

Rutgers University - Mason Gross School of the Arts —        

Contact:  Kara Cabrera          


College/University:  Partial 

Faculty will make talent scholarship offers to students based on the audition. These scholarships will only be offered if the students are academically admitted to Rutgers University.

Scholarships will range in size.       

Scholarships go towards tuition.    

Student must formally apply to Rutgers University and be academically admissible. Talent observed through audition


Salem College —        

Contact: Heidi Echols       


601 S Church Street m Winston-Salem, NC 27101

College/University    Partial $5,000 renewable each year for four years.

General Tuition Scholarship           

Criteria: Acceptance to Salem College      

Curriculum: BA in Dance Studies, BA or BS in Dance and Movement Science 


Shenandoah University —
Contact: Maurice Fraga         540-665-4565         
1460 University Drive, Winchester VA 22601     
College/University    Partial $8,000. This is renewable each year.         
Money will go towards tuition expenses.  
Criteria: Must apply to school, and must audition for program in order to be considered for any scholarship funding. Also should have high talent potential and high academic scores.          
Curriculum includes: Technique courses in ballet, modern dance, jazz, tap, and pointe deliver individualized attention and cultivate maximum progress. Facilities include three studios, one of which is a 100-seat performance space.  All ballet and modern dance technique courses have live accompaniment. Students are engaged in an intensive sequence of improvisation, solo and group composition, and partnering studies. Courses in dance history; dance sciences, theatre production, marketing and promotion techniques, music, and teaching techniques build a strong foundation for artistic expression and a scholarly awareness of dance as an art form.              

Studio School

Contact:  Addy Green:
1201 W 5th St Suite F-10 Los Angeles, CA 90017​​
3 week Summer Program​:

$1K-Partial Tuition, $3K Full Tuition, Neither include housing that is not mandatory if you want to stay with family, friends but if not it is an additional cost.​​

We are issuing two different awards-one covers $3K which is full tuition and two scholarships cover $1K which is partial tuition.​​

Curriculum includes:  Commercial Dance​        


Southeast Missouri State University —         

Contact:  Hilary Peterson          573-979-0970          1 University Plaza; MS 7850 Cape Girardeau, MO 63701          

Summer, College/University            Partial $500-$1500 dollars; Renewable for 4 years         Tuition           

Criteria:  3.0 GPA and 21 or higher ACT  

Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Choreography


Southeast Missouri State University —         

Contact:  Hilary Peterson          573-986-7492         

1 University Plaza; MS 7850    Cape Girardeau, MO 63701       

College/University    Partial Visual & Performing Arts Scholarship - up to $2,000 Tuition & Fees    

Criteria:  Audition; 3.0 High School GPA; 21 ACT/1060 SAT     


Curriculum includes:  ballet, modern, jazz, composition, history, kinesiology Institute 
Contact: Rosi Dispensa 
320 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19102 

Summer Partial, Full $500 Partial-Tuition, $950 Half-Tuition $1,900 Full- Tuition Scholarships can be applied towards tuition. 
Criteria: Must be a rising junior or rising senior in high school this summer. 

Curriculum Includes: This immersive three-week program stretches your body, mind, and understanding of dance as an art form, a college major, and a career. Take daily studio practice classes, work with a rotating selection of guest artists and explore opportunities to choreograph, improvise, and perform repertory. Gain an expansive understanding of dance, ranging from the classical to the experimental, including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, composition and improvisation.


The University of the Arts —         

Contact:  Sara Procopio           (646) 281-7272      

320 South Broad St  Philadelphia, PA 19102       

College/University    Partial, Full    

potential to offer partial and full scholarships     

Criteria:  tuition Scholarships offered based on merit and need           

The Dance program at the University of the Arts is one of the top-rated, most diverse undergraduate dance populations in the country. Our location is in the heart of Philadelphia's thriving art scene. You'll have the opportunity to study with some of the finest professional teaching artists in the world, and extend your dancing into our city and beyond into some of the most important dance and cultural centers in the world.

The curriculum at UArts emphasizes moving through and connecting with the world. Apprenticeships, internships and international study cycles will be woven into your college experience. Many choreographic and performance experiences abound right on campus, such as those available through our Thinking, Making, Doing curriculum series and Senior Projects. The Knowing Dance More lecture series brings internationally recognized artists and scholars to campus six times a year to help us shape a community of rigorous thinking and dancing.

Towson University —     

Contact:  Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell 

410-704-2119         Department of Dance

8000 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21252

College/University    Partial amount to be determined   partial tuition             


Curriculum includes: Ballet, Modern, Composition, K-12 certification


University of Central Oklahoma —

Michelle          405-206-2843         

100 N. University Drive, Edmond, OK 73013       

Summer, College/University           

Partial Full tuition and housing scholarship to the UCO Summer Dance Workshop with Bill Evans and Don Halquist ($350 value).

$2500 Non-resident Tuition Waiver available.    

The Non-resident Tuition Waiver applies directly to tuition costs, not including fees.            

The Non-resident Tuition Waiver can be awarded to any incoming Freshman or Transfer that is not a resident of Oklahoma. For consideration, please mail a recent copy of your high school/college transcript, resume, photo and 3 letters of recommendation, as well as a Statement of Interest in the UCO Department of Dance.  Please include a DVD or flash drive of a Ballet Adagio and Grand Allegro, and a two-minute solo in the style of your choice.  You may also email these items to Michelle Moeller at     

Degrees include a B.F.A. in Dance Performance, a B.A. Ed in Dance Education (the only university in Oklahoma that offers a Dance Education degree leading to Oklahoma State Teacher Certification), and a B.A. in Arts Administration.


Curriculum includes: Technical training with equal emphasis in ballet, modern and jazz. Variety of coursework including pedagogy, improvisation, composition, movement analysis, history and anatomy, with study opportunities in aerial dance, hip hop, and theater dance.


University of Oklahoma School of Dance —

Contact:  Jessica Bellamy- 405-325-4051

560 Parrington Oval Room 1000 Norman, OK 73019

Summer, College/University- Scholarships range from $500 to $10,000

Our Scholarships are merit based

Our curriculum includes Ballet technique, Pointe technique, Partnering, Modern technique, Improvisation, Composition, Dance History, Body Science, Teaching Methodology and Performance.


Valdosta state University —

Contact:  Melissa Pihos-


1500 N. Patterson St. Valdosta GA 31698

College/University- Partial- 4 out of state tuition waivers, which is around $6000 a semester, and another $2000 per year scholarship divided up into two semesters

4 $6000 scholarships for out of state tuition waiver, $2000 per year and is renewable if student is in good academic standing.

Criteria:  good academic standing for $2000 scholarship


Curriculum includes:  BFA in Dance


West Virginia University — 

Contact:  General M. Hambric,
WVU School of Theatre & Dance One Fine Arts Drive | PO Box 6111 Morgantown, WV 26506-6111​​
Summer​:  $900​- Classes and Room & Board​​
Criteria:  15 or older​​
Curriculum includes:  Jazz, Ballet, Modern, Tap, Yoga and Rep​


Winthrop University —   

Contact:  Meg Schriffen  803-323-4496         

701 Oakland Avenue           

College/University    Partial $500-$3000 plus an non-resident tuition waiver.  Criteria:  talent based      


Curriculum: B.A. in dance and a B.A. in Dance with Teacher Certification (K-12)