College On Your Mind? The School at Steps Has Your Back

Trying to decide which college or university to attend can be daunting. But meeting admissions counselors and dance department representatives can help you make an informed choice.

That's where The School at Step's Complete Dancer Series comes in. This year, the program has two components: College Day, on November 13 and the Pointe Shoe Workshop and Fair in April, 2017. Reps from 12 of the best dance schools in the country will be present on College Day, including those from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Boston Conservatory at Berklee and more.

We <3 Steps' light-drenched studios (photo by Sofia Negron Photography)

The event promises to be comprehensive, including panel discussions covering admissions information and audition advice, as well as time to talk to the school reps.

College Day tickets are $15 per person and are available here. Admission is free for students registered at the School at Steps, and studio discounts are available to teachers, students and studio owners who purchase five or more tickets.

Want more Dance Spirit?

 

Latest Posts


Martha Graham Dance Company's Xin Ying (James Jin, courtesy Ying)

How to Dance Outside

We've all been stubbing our toes and whacking our elbows dancing in less-than-roomy indoor spots lately (hello, 5' x 8' patch of bathroom tile). If you're lucky enough to have access to a backyard or other big green space right now, you're probably itching to take your grand allegro outside, especially as the weather gets warmer. But how can you dance safely and productively in the great outdoors? We got pro tips from Mike Tyus of Jacob Jonas The Company and Xin Ying of Martha Graham Dance Company, both of whom were dancing outside long before COVID-19 hit.

Keep Reading SHOW LESS
Getty Images

Listen to Black Dancers Speaking Out Against Racial Injustice

This weekend, protests against racially-charged police brutality—spurred by the unjust killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, Sean Reed, and so many others—swept the country. Supporters, including many of members of the dance world, took to social media to share their thoughts, and express their grief.

As allies, one of the first actions we can take in this moment is to listen to and amplify the voices of Black members of our dance community. Here are some of the most powerful posts written by Black dancers.

Keep Reading SHOW LESS
Just a few of our special Class of 2020 digital covers

Congrats to Our 2020 Dance Grad Cover Stars!

We're thrilled to be honoring members of the great Dance Class of 2020 on special digital covers. One new cover star was revealed every day during the month of May. Take a look at all of our winners below!

Keep Reading SHOW LESS

Editors' Picks

contest
Enter the Cover Model Search