Beginning in academic year 2023-24, tuition for undergraduate programs within the Chicago College of Performing Arts (CCPA) will be $29,000, which represents a 30% reduction from the tuition rate of $41,350 for academic year 2022-23. Tuition for the BA in Music and Computing, BA in Music, BMA Interdisciplinary Music Industry, BA in Interdisciplinary Theatre Studies, and the BA in Art, Business, and Media will be $20,000. This significant reduction to our undergraduate tuition rate is being made to align our business practice with Roosevelt University’s mission of social justice, and to promote access to our programs for culturally and geographically diverse students interested in joining our Music, Theatre, or Interdisciplinary Conservatories. CCPA offers a transformational artistic and academic experience with robust programs taught by stellar faculty members, and moving forward we will do so at a comparatively affordable tuition rate.
1. Strength of the audition or interview (or portfolio for Music Composition applicants): Audition strength is determined by audition ratings and comments by faculty.
2. Academic merit: Students who achieve academic success in their prior studies are automatically considered for merit-based scholarship aid.
3. Financial resources of the student: Financial need will be taken into consideration when determining awards. Financial need is demonstrated through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) for US Citizens and Permanent Residents. International applicants are automatically considered for need-based aid as part of our scholarship process.
4. Needs of the school: The balanced number of students for the programmatic needs of CCPA will be considered.
CCPA scholarship funding is automatically renewed annually in the same dollar amount, provided a student is registered full-time and meets all the requirements within their conservatory's Scholarship Agreement. If you have further questions about CCPA financial aid and scholarships, please contact Thomas Ott, Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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