Performing Arts Students – Check out this opportunity

Check out American Musical and Dramatic Academy

Whether you’re taking in a Broadway musical or watching your favorite show of the fall television lineup, there’s a good chance you’ll see AMDA graduates performing. Along with countless roles in film and on TV, you’ll find more AMDA alumni on Broadway than almost any other performing arts college.

  • See Brennyn Lark as Éponine in Broadway’s Les Misérables, a role she secured before she graduated.
  • See alumnus Trai Byers featured in the Golden Globe-winning filmSelma, and now starring in Fox’s hit drama “Empire” as Andre Lyon.

What is AMDA?
Celebrating over 50 years as one of America’s premier conservatories for the performing arts, AMDA offers four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees and intensive two-year Conservatory Professional Programs. AMDA combines rigorous, multi-disciplinary training with a strong academic curriculum to give students the knowledge and skills for success.

To learn more about AMDA’s BFA degrees and two-year Conservatory ProgramsClick Here.

AMDA is currently holding national auditions for talented seniors and juniors. To learn about audition times and locations for your state, or learn more about ouradmissions process, Click Here.

Students come to our doors with a dream. With AMDA, those passions become careers celebrated by the world. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at admissionsAMDA@amda.edu

The Daniel’s Fund Scholarship – only 4 weeks left!

Only four weeks left to apply!
The deadline to apply for the Daniels Scholarship Program is only four weeks away! The application will close on November 13, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. MST.
The scholarship application can be accessed through our website at DanielsFund.org along with additional information about eligibility requirements, selection criteria, application process, and selection timeline.
Please encourage interested students to complete and submit their applications as soon as possible!

About the Daniels Fund

The Daniels Fund is a private charitable foundation dedicated to making life better for the people of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming through its grants program, scholarship program, and ethics initiative. Visit DanielsFund.org to learn more.

Essay Contest – win big $$

I’m a big fan of money mostly because I like to eat and keep my roof over my head. So, I’m happy to show you, my darling Falcons, a chance to earn some dinero of your own. The Bill of Rights Institute is offering an essay contest, We the Students, and the opportunity to earn up to $5,000 (grand prize) and the honorable mentions get $500. Don’t delay, start writing today!

CSU Construction Management Open House

The CSU Construction Management Open House will be Friday, October 23rd from 5-7pm at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. This event is an interactive information session about our Construction Management degree program. Attendees will tour our facilities, participate in a team building activity, get information about curriculum and admissions, learn about different careers in the industry, and ask students, faculty, and alumni their questions. The event is free, and pizza and drinks are provided.

Interested students can register at:

https://www.chhs.colostate.edu/cmopenhouse/

Construction Management combines design principles with business and management practices. If you have motivated students who enjoy teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and hands-on learning, please encourage them to attend this annual event. The event flyer is attached with all the information – please distribute as you see fit.

For more information about our program and Colorado State University, please see our website at http://www.cm.colostate.edu/ or contact our advisors: cmadvising@colostate.edu or 970-491-7354.

 

Free Practice ACT at Longmont Tutoring Club

We wanted to give you a reminder of our upcoming free ACT practice tests here at the Longmont Tutoring Club.  We will be hosting one this Saturday, October 10th, from 9am-12:45pm.  Your students are welcome to come even if they have not pre-registered.  If this Saturday does not work with your or your student’s schedules, we will be hosting another free ACT test on Saturday November 14th, or you are welcome to call and speak with a director about scheduling a test for a date and time that will work for your needs.  We can schedule a test for anytime during these hours: MondayThursday 2-7pm, Fridays 2-6pm, and Saturdays 9-12:45pm.

We will be ready to meet with the student and their family two days following the test to discuss the results of the test and provide information regarding ACT preparation and tutoring options.

If you’d like to speak with a director to schedule a test or to request more information about our programs, please give us a call at 303-651-0800, or you can reach us via email at longmontco@tutoringclub.com.

Interested in an Out-of-State College at an In-State College Price?

Northern Arizona University offers students these three great ways to save:
  1. Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
    Students from your area automatically save about 40 percent on NAU’s out-of-state tuition rate. Every major is eligible for the reduced rate, and NAU does not limit the number of new WUE awards.
  2. The Pledge
    It’s our promise that students will pay the same fixed tuition rate for up to four years. No increases—guaranteed!
  3. Founders Scholarship Program
    Students who submit their test scores and qualify for our Blue and Gold merit scholarships can receive $8,000 to $12,000 in tuition savings over four years. There is no separate application required.
To learn more about these great ways to save, visit nau.edu/3ways2save.
If you have any questions about the WUE program, tuition, scholarships or our academic programs, email admissions@nau.edu or call (888) 628-2968.