TUITION & FEES

TUITION & FEES

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FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

Theatre of Arts is able to provide aid for US Citizens and permanent residents. Theatre of Arts offers the Stafford Loan, Parent PLUS Loan, PELL Grant, FSEOG and Federal Work-Study. Each type of aid has specific eligibility requirements. However, it is important for you to know that financial aid may not cover all of your tuition costs.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please click here. For more information about Federal Student Aid, visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/. Theatre of Arts is a VA-Approved Institute. Please visit US Veterans Affairs at http://www.benefits.va.gov/benefits/.

MERIT AWARD

Applicants are eligible to be considered for a Merit Award, including non-immigrant students. Upon completing of audition, applicants who request to be considered for a merit award could be eligible for up to $5000 once per year. If granted the award would be deducted from tuition fees for that year.

Example: Student A receives a $2,700.00 scholarship for the year, which reduces each trimester payment by $900.00 resulting in $5700 per term instead of $6,600.00 Applicants are evaluated on a variety of criteria, including interviews, statement letter, as well as audition performance as defined by Admissions.

Theatre of Arts accepts students and grants awards strictly based on merit and does not discriminate against anyone based on ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disabilities, age, or sexual orientation.

 

Two Year Conservatory Program | 72 Credits

(Associates of Occupational Studies (AoS) Acting Degree)

Application Fee ………………………………….$75
Trimester Tuition Fee ………………………$6660
Tuition Fee Per Year …………………………$19800
Textbooks & Materials Estimate …….$400

 

Film Acting Workshop

Two Week Intensive Course

Application Fee ……………………………… $75
Deposit Fee …………………………………….. $175 *
Tuition Fee …………………………………………$1250

*  A $175 deposit will be charged in order to hold a place in the program and will be deducted from your total tuition.