Higher Ed

Destination Dance

April 1, 2014 by

Should your students consider studying abroad?

Studying abroad has long been a staple of a well-rounded college experience. But in the past, the lack of dance-focused programs, together with the rigorous requirements of a BFA track, … Continue reading

What’s a College-Bound Tapper to Do?

March 1, 2014 by

Tips for making the most of limited opportunities, plus Davis & Elkins College’s new percussive dance program
 

Emily Oleson (right) heads Davis & Elkins College’s new program in American vernacular dance.

 
With more than 600 college dance programs … Continue reading

Second Chance

February 1, 2014 by

How to help your student plan—and pick up the pieces—after a college admission rejection

It’s a high school senior’s worst nightmare. Sarah Lustbader, now a dancer with Catherine Cabeen – Hyphen and CabinFever, was rejected by … Continue reading

Help for the College-Bound

January 1, 2014 by

Let college-hosted summer intensives pave the way.
High school students looking to dance in college often can’t turn to the usual sources for savvy college admissions advice. Their guidance counselor is unlikely to have specialized exposure … Continue reading

Keeping the Faith

December 3, 2013 by

Students merge religion and dance in college.  
When Rachelle Baker was choosing a college, she wasn’t really considering a degree in dance. Self-described as “practically minded” and deeply devoted to her Mormon faith, Baker planned … Continue reading

BA or BFA?

November 4, 2013 by

Help students decide which degree is right for them.
When Julian DeGuzman transferred to the University of California Irvine as a junior, he wasn’t sure how dance would fit into his career goals. But after a … Continue reading