Dorm life isn’t for everyone—if you enjoy having your own space, cooking your own meals and making independent decisions, then the college-commuter lifestyle might be for you.
The college dance scene can be a great resource for early-career choreographers looking to dip their toes into teaching or make new work on students, as it usually comes with a flexible schedule and considerable artistic freedom.
There is no one “right” college path, but it does help to have a road map. To get you started, here’s a year-by-year look at what to prepare for and prioritize.
The educational and cultural opportunities of studying stateside can be invaluable—not to mention career-launching—but the experience can be challenging for many students.
Dancers learn a multitude of professional and life skills when in school—skills that will help them succeed in any career path they choose.
For dancers, the college experience isn’t about sitting in crowded lecture halls for hours on end. Instead, they spend their days in studios that become a second home and serve as a space in which to hone their technique, explore new ways of moving, and develop their artistry. We asked students and faculty to share […]
Before you set your sights on a larger university or conservatory, consider the unique benefits smaller programs can offer.
Collaborating helps students create a network beyond the dance world, build complex problem-solving and communication skills, and experiment with new ways of moving.