OCTOBER 3 – 8
Dancewave Through College and Beyond brings 13 years of trusted relationships with college representatives to support students and families in their college admissions and auditions process. The DTCB event gives students valuable interactions with faculty and students from top schools, giving you the opportunity to share your talent and personality, and get your questions answered!
Dancewave is committed to supporting our community by providing equitable access to all. If the DTCB student registration price point proves prohibitive, please email DTCB@dancewave.org to request financial support.
AUDITIONS + IN-PERSON SLOTS HAVE SOLD OUT!
We hope you will still join us as a virtual attendee. You will still have direct access to college representatives through the Whova App and the Virtual College Fair. You’ll gain valuable insights and knowledge into the college process and build important relationships with schools and your peers. (perfect for underclassmen)
*all tickets are non-refundable
*indicates an audition panel school
Dance Programs will be added to the list as they sign up — list will be complete by September 23rd or when we reach our capacity
Through a series of parent and student workshops, attendees will gain valuable tools to help them navigate the college admissions process.
Careers in Dance Panel
Learn from our panel of industry leaders as they lend trade secrets, share insights on managing career paths, and explain how earning a dance degree has helped them in their careers.
The College Fair will be split in 4 time slots of 15 schools each. Students will be invited to join and talk with the college representatives of their choice.
Join us for a weekend overview, tips and tricks, a word from our sponsors, and more.
This will be your opportunity to develop your networking skills, build stronger connections with college representatives, and get face to face time with the DTCB community.
Dance with industry leaders and get exposed to the diversity of styles within the community. Can be joined virtually.
Limited to students eligible to enter college/university in Fall 2024