2012-2013 Scholarship Auditions
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Please carefully read the following information regarding UVU Dance Scholarships:
Download the appropriate application:
ATTENTION New and Transfer Students:
For General Academic Scholarships, make sure you apply for admission to the university online by January 17, 2012, and submit your official grade transcript and ACT score, to the Admissions office at Utah Valley University, 800 W University Parkway, MS 106, Orem UT, 84058, by February 1, 2012. For any scholarships other than dance, please submit your online scholarship application by February 1, 2012. If you have any questions regarding non-dance scholarships, please contact the Scholarship office at 801-863-8443.
If you are only interested in auditioning for a Dance Scholarship, you will still need to apply for admission to the university by January 17, 2012.
You should have with you at the audition:
Completed Scholarship Application (available online)
Letter of Recommendation (if you have not taken dance classes at UVU)
Letter of Intent – one typewritten page (limit 2500 characters) explaining personal interests, professional goals, and reason for choosing area of emphasis
- Current Transcript
Ballet: Come dressed to take a ballet technique class; women should bring pointe shoes.
Ballroom: Men are to wear a tie and nice fitting clothing. Women are to wear a skirt or dress. You must have dance shoes. Must bring a partner; partner does not need to be an applicant. You will need to supply your own music. Must bring two separate routines. One routine must be International Latin or American Rhythm and the other International Standard or American Smooth. If you choose, you may substitute a Cabaret for either of the above. Routine will be videotaped for further evaluation.
Modern: 1 minute solo of your own choreography so that we can see your skill and experience at creating, shaping, and performing your own original movement vocabulary. We are interested in seeing movement you have created, not movement you have learned from teachers, other choreographers, etc. Come in dance attire that allows us to see the line of the body clearly, as you will be taking an intermediate-level modern dance technique class that will include elements of composition and improvisation.