<p>hi everyone--my daughter is heartbroken because she hasn't made the dance audition cut at any of the colleges she applied to. anyone know of any colleges still accepting late applications?</p>
<p>coolmommy - I am sorry to hear about your daughter. University of North Carolina School of the Arts is accepting applications until April 2nd with an audition date of April 17th at UNCSA. Here is the web address.
Dance</a> | Admissions</p>
<p>I know that U Indiana at Bloomigton has an audition for their contemporary program on March 5. You have to be careful that you don't get into the ballet site - the contemporary porgram is in health or something.
UMKC also have a March 5 or 6 audition. THis is a ballet modern program. I know point park has a couple more auditions.
There may be others, but it would help to get a sense of type of program she is interested in, and programs that she did not get into to get a sense of level. NCSA hs a modern program and a dance program but they are very competitive to get into.</p>
<p>There are also many colleges that don't require dance majors to audition.</p>
<p>Hi. Sorry to hear that. What colleges have you tried? There is Dean College in Mass. They only require a video adition. We are going to look at this over spring break. I have talked to them several times and are very nice and have some very good dancers.</p>
<p>It might be worth a call to Goucher College and also University of South Florida. Although Goucher require auditions for a dance performance major, all dance classes are open to all students who have the appropriate skill level. Also, when I last looked, I believe South Florida required placement auditions only. Both schools have excellent training and may allow late applications. Worth a call.</p>
<p>Northern Illinois University has a nice ballet and modern program that does not require audition; they have excellent training. They are still accepting applications. The director there is very approachable and responsive.</p>
<p>Oklahoma City University has an admission/scholarship audition on March 27th. The program is ballet/tap/jazz.</p>
<p>Hi Cool Mommy,</p>
<p>Not sure if you found a place for your daughter to go, but The Mason Gross School of the Arts is still accepting applications through mid-July for Fall 2010 enrollment in Dance.</p>
<p>Visit Mason</a> Gross School of the Arts - Admissions to apply now, call 732-445-1512, or email me at <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a> for more information. </p>
<p>About Mason Gross School of the Arts
Founded in 1976, Mason Gross School of the Arts is the arts conservatory of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and is home to the departments of dance, music, theater arts, and visual arts. Its faculty and alumni rosters include arts professionals recognized nationally and internationally. The school’s enrollment of 690 undergraduates across four departments and 314 graduate students across three departments, combined with a faculty of 190, assures students the opportunity to work closely with accomplished artists within their field.</p>
<p>About Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
A comprehensive research institution with more than 50,000 students on three main campuses in New Brunswick, Newark and Camden, Rutgers comprises one of the major state university systems in the nation. Chartered in 1766 in New Brunswick as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest institution of higher learning in the nation.</p>