Training
Last year, participants in Dancewave's college audition were offered $3.4 million in scholarships. Photo by Linneah Anders, Courtesy Dancewave

Dancing in college is undoubtedly expensive, but these two events allow you to audition for scholarships from multiple programs at once.

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Advice for Dancers
Numerous ballet dancers have completed their degrees while performing professionally. Photo by MD Duran/Unsplash.

My parents are worried that dancing professionally will interfere with my education, even though I have friends who dance and take college courses. I can't go to a university the usual way when I'm trying to make it in contemporary ballet. Can you help me explain my situation to them?

—Lauren, Miami, FL

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Training
Brent Smith. Courtesy Butler University

Can't choose between college and a professional ballet career? It's possible to have both! (Four artistic directors told us so.)

But this path comes with extra challenges. The university you choose can make all the difference. So how do you find the right program?

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Training
Erica Badgeley, PC Wolfgang Lienbacher

It's not uncommon for college dancers to immerse themselves in a new culture for a semester abroad. But what about for their entire four years? Though it's not a path many prospective students consider, it's one that comes with major benefits—if you're up for a different kind of college experience.

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