Tuition is determined by the student’s residency status, the number of credit hours for which the student is registered, the student’s course of study and the student’s classification level.
The Office of Financial Aid is a service organization supporting Virginia Commonwealth University’s success, enrollment and retention goals by identifying and obtaining resources for students to pursue their educational goals; delivering funds in a timely and equitable manner; and educating students, their families and the VCU community to make informed financial decisions.
A limited number of scholarships are available to prospective VCU dance majors. Candidates are invited to apply based on their departmental audition. Candidates who qualify for a VCU Dance scholarship will receive an invitation to apply by mail following the audition process. Scholarships are based on merit and availability of funding.
A listing of VCU Dance and VCUarts Scholarships can be found by clicking here.
Awarding of scholarships will be based on an evaluation of the applicant in each of the following areas:
Students who are invited to apply for this scholarship at an off-campus audition should plan to visit the VCU campus and VCU Dance program prior to attending, to be sure that the program is good match. Applicants must provide the following:
For questions, contact VCU Dance Department Interim Chair, Lea Marshall, (804) 828-1711.
For information on housing at VCU, please click here.