Admission to the TCU School for Classical & Contemporary Dance
Undergraduate admission to the School for Classical & Contemporary Dance at TCU is a two-step process:
- Application/acceptance through TCU Office of Admission
- Application/audition/acceptance to the TCU SCCDance
There is no specific sequence for these two applications, but you must be accepted to TCU before we can finalize your acceptance to the SCCDance. In addition to meeting all admission requirements to the University, candidates for admission to the School for Classical & Contemporary Dance must complete an audition.Apply to TCU
2022-2023 Admissions: Audition Information
We are offering both in-person and virtual audition opportunities. Audition applications for entrance into TCU SCCD will be through a digital platform. You may upload a complete profile through our site with Get Acceptd,
If you are unable to provide any of the audition related items due to COVID-related restrictions, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audition Dates & Deadlines
The SCCDance Audition Dates are CLOSED for Fall 2023 entry.
Audition Dates for the 2023-2024 academic year will be released in Summer 2023.
Please visit our Audition Application Requirements page for detailed information on our application guidelines.Dance Audition Application
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