East 3rd Dormitory
81 E Third St
New York, NY 10003
The NYC Residence Life Department team consists of one Director of Residence Life (DRL) and a staff of live-in Resident Advisors (RAs) who rotate duty shifts. The RA on duty facilitates daily operations and handles crises or emergencies should they arise. RAs are also available to take students (17 and younger) to the doctor, PT, ER, etc. The RA on duty can be reached 24/7 at 646-554-8305 or email@example.com. RAs conducts weekly apartment inspections as well as daily rounds to ensure health and safety. The staff also meets with students to conduct one-on-one wellness checks, meditations, conflict resolution meetings, friendship introductions and any other situation that students need assistance with.
*All communication will be conducted using texting, calling and ZOOM until further notice.
There is an RA on duty at the dorm 24/7. Only residents have access to the building.
JBS does not offer a meal plan during the Trainee year.
*JBS will offer an optional meal plan for students during the first two weeks while they are self-quarantining. Students who do not sign up for the meal plan will be expected to have food/groceries delivered to the dorm.
Please be informed that due to FDA laws about proper food temperature and storage, Panera serves food that is intended to be eaten at room temperature. All food delivered by Panera is safe to be consumed after being left out for a couple of hours. If students wish to heat up their food, they can do so in their kitchens. Food containers might not be suitable for microwaves.
Housing at the East 3rd dormitory is apartment style. There are four apartments on each floor. Each apartment has a kitchen, bathroom and either two or three bedrooms. All bedrooms for the Fall 2020 semester will be single.
Bedrooms are furnished with Twin XL beds, desks, chairs and a closet.
Students will share the kitchen in their apartment. Kitchens will have an oven, stove, microwave and shared fridge.
Students will share the bathroom in their apartment.
All trash must be tossed in bins/cans in the apartment. JBS recommends that all students purchase a trash can with a lid for their kitchen. If the lid for a trash can is unable to close all the way or if trash is overflowing, it will result in an apartment inspection failure.
There are recycle bins and a trash shoot located next to the elevator on each floor. JBS recommends that all students take their trash out daily. Boxes should be broken down and placed next to the recycle bins. Items that are too large to put down the trash shoot must be bagged and tied and placed by the trash shoot. Please never block the trash shoot or the hallway leading to the stairwell as this is a fire hazard. Students are expected to sort and put recycling into the appropriate bins. No trash is to be left in the hallway, public area, or stairwell.
A window AC unit is available in each room for temperature control. There is no AC unit in kitchens. For effective airflow, keep bedroom doors open with bedroom AC units on. Please turn AC’s off when you are not in the room and only use the fan setting during winter days.
Multiple washers and dryers are available on the top floor level (PH). Students should be attentive while doing laundry and be prompt in moving clothes between machines. JBS is not responsible for lost or misplaced clothing. Laundry cards can be purchased and loaded in the lobby (cash only).
*During the 14 day quarantine period, students must schedule a time to do laundry with the RA on duty.
Housing students are not allowed in common areas without permission from the RA on duty. The RA on duty will communicate available times that students could schedule to use the areas.
Students will not be able to receive mail or packages at the dorm. We suggest that students rent a mailbox/PO Box.
Below are suggested services that students can use to rent a mailbox/receive mail:
Students can submit maintenance requests to the RA on duty via email. Housing Maintenance staff will respond to the request asap. General maintenance and routine repairs are performed without charge. Students will be held responsible for any deterioration of the room or its contents beyond normal wear and tear. JBS cannot service or repair student property. Non-emergency requests that occur from Friday-Sunday will not be resolved until Monday.
Emergency repairs include major leaks and flooding, inoperative door locks, and any problem that endangers property or safety. In case of an emergency, contact the RA on duty immediately. Do not attempt to repair any damages made during the year.
There is no designated storage area other than student rooms. Please consider this when packing.
Minute Clinic (212) 226-6111 – 298 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10012
New York Doctors Urgent Care – 65 W 13th Street, New York, NY 10011
Mount Sinai Doctors (212) 677-2157 – 94 E 1st Street, New York, NY 10009
Whole Foods – 95 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
Union Market – 240 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
Target – 400 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
Trader Joe’s – 400 Grand St, New York, NY 10002
Rite Aid – 81 First Ave, New York, NY 10003
CVS – 196 Orchard St / 298 Mulberry St / 51 Astor Pl
Exquisite Cleaners Inc – 49th 1st Avenue, New York, NY 10003.
Singapore Laundry and Dry Clean – 60 East 3rd Street, New York, NY 10003.
Seamless, Postmates, Uber Eats, GrubHub.
*Due to COVID-19 emergency procedures, students should consider limiting the amount of belongings that they bring to the dorm to ease with moving in/out.
JBS and the dorm are located in prime centers of NYC in order to offer a truly enriching experience for our students. While students gain a unique perspective of the city, please be advised that in iconic NYC fashion, the rooms may be smaller than what you are expecting. Please consider this while packing. Remember, you can always purchase items upon arrival.
The following items are prohibited and will result in confiscation and/or infractions/fines.
Students are not allowed to paint the walls and may only use painters tape to hang items on walls. Nails, screws, thumbtacks, push pins, command strips and wall putty is not allowed.
Fall Dormitory check in will take place September 3 – 7. All students are required to schedule a check in time.
The Fall housing orientation will be conducted on ZOOM on Wednesday September 2 at 5:00 pm EST and is mandatory for all housing students.
ZOOM Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88119457931?pwd=dXZyUFZudzJPVE9HejV2aUxLTGYyQT09
ZOOM Meeting ID: 881 1945 7931
ZOOM Meeting Password: EAST3RD
Students are only allowed to check in during their scheduled time.
Upon arrival, please check-in at the front desk in the lobby. Only students should enter the lobby to check in with the RA on duty. Guests are allowed to wait at the front door while students check in. After check in, guests can help students move into their room. Each student is allowed to have up to two guests assist them with moving. All students and guests must wear masks on check in day and are not allowed to take them off at any time.
Students should stay in their bedroom, while roommates are checking in and must wear a mask if they need to use the restroom. Students may introduce themselves after all guests have departed but are not allowed to physically interact.
At check in, students will be issued a room key and fob. Students will carry these keys at all times. Students may not give or lend keys to any person. Lending and loss of keys will result in infractions/fines.
In order for JBS staff to take your students to the doctor, we require a health waiver. Students who did not complete their Health Form waiver online will not be allowed to check into the dorm.
Students will receive a link to fill out a Room Condition Report online. It is important to note the condition of the room and all of the items inside. Any damages found after the student checks out that is not noted on the report will result in fines and/or deductions from the student security deposit.
For the Fall semester, all students will be required to quarantine from their check-in day through September 21st, regardless where they travelled from. If students who arrived on Sept 3 – 5 are assigned to the same apartment and are also in the same cohort, they might be eligible to end their quarantine 14 days after their check in day.
Students must stay in their apartment for the duration of the 14 day quarantine period and may only leave in case of an emergency or when arranged with a staff member. JBS is offering a meal plan option catered by Panera and will also complete scheduled errand/grocery runs. Students are allowed to order food or groceries using delivery services and will be able to schedule times to do laundry.
The dorms will close for the Winter Break. Students must pack up their rooms and check out before December 20. Students are required to schedule a check out time.
Each student is allowed to have two guests assist them with moving out. All students and guests must wear masks and are not allowed to take them off at any time. Guests will only be allowed to assist within the schedule check out time.
Students must leave their keys with the RA on duty if they travel out of town, to avoid keys being misplaced or lost. Students who did not leave their keys with the RA on duty and who do not plan to return to the dorm after departing, will be expected to mail the keys to the DRL.
Housing fees guarantee a bed in JBS housing – they do not guarantee a specific room, room size, or location. JBS reserves the right to move students at any time. Students might not be assigned to the same room for the Fall and Spring semester. Students will be assigned to apartments based on their cohort assignments, while considering gender, age and arrival dates. All rooms are single.
It is very important that students talk to housing staff about roommate conflicts. If students do not take the initiative to speak with an RA about any issues, the staff cannot aid the conflict.
For students to be considered for a roommate change, students must do the following:
If the conflict is unable to be resolved, the student(s) may be eligible for an apartment switch if possible.
All students, regardless of age, must inform the Housing staff when they plan to travel out of state or internationally and must fill in the NY State Traveler’s Form. Students returning from a identified high-risk state or international trip will be required to quarantine for 14 days, as mandated by NY State Traveler’s Advisory.
Curfew is the time at which students under 18 must sign-in and remain in the building until 6:00 am the next morning.
Curfew for students 17 and younger:
Students will sign in with the RA on duty by video calling the duty phone before their curfew time. If the student is unable to reach the duty phone (due to students calling at the same time), the student must send a text to confirm that they attempted to call and must wait for the RA to call them back before going to bed. Students will be able to use Facetime or Whatsapp calling.
Curfew and Overnight Extensions
To request an extension for curfew, the legal guardian must send an email to the Duty email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 24 hours in advance. When students return back to the dorm, they must check in with the RA on duty. Students are not allowed to request more than three extensions per week and guardians cannot permanently extend curfew. JBS is not responsible for the student once they sign out.
*Students will not have to sign in for curfew the first two weeks while they are self-quarantining, as they will not be allowed to leave the building, unless there is an emergency.
Curfew and Overnight Extensions
To request an extension for curfew, the legal guardian must send an email to the Duty email (email@example.com) at least 24 hours in advance. When students return back to the dorm, they must check in with the RA on duty.Students are not allowed to request more than three extensions per week and guardians cannot permanently extend curfew. JBS is not responsible for the student once they sign out.
Housing students (regardless of age) are required to text the RA on duty every time they leave and come back to the residence hall.
Housing students will be allowed to spend time together in the indoor/outdoor common areas (scheduled with staff), but are not permitted to be in each other’s apartments, until further notice.
Guests are not permitted at the dorm until further notice.
To accommodate a variety of sleeping schedules, quiet hours are in effect from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am everyday. This means voices should be kept at a low volume, headphones should be worn to listen to music, etc. Courtesy hours exist 24 hours a day. Volume from any individual room should not extend beyond the walls of that room.
RAs will perform weekly apartment inspections. We expect students to keep their apartment and room livable and clean. Inspections will be scheduled at a time when most students are attending onsite classes. Staff members conducting inspections will wear a mask and gloves and will provide updates via text. Staff will not touch anything, unless they are confiscating contraband.
*Staff will not be conducting room inspections in person during the first two weeks, while students are self-quarantining, unless a code of conduct violation is suspected. Inspections may occur via video call.
Housing students are required to attend all dorm meetings and will be invited to monthly one-on-one health and wellness checks with an RA. In addition to the mandatory Housing orientation, students will be required to attend meetings throughout the year including a mandatory housing meeting scheduled on the first monday of each month. All meetings will be conducted on ZOOM until further notice.
Socializing, rehearsing, running, and/or playing sports, eating and drinking are not allowed in common areas, hallways or stairwells, unless approved and scheduled with the housing staff. Students are not allowed to place their feet on the walls or suspend themselves in the hallways using their hands or legs.
Students will be instructed to use the elevator when traveling upstairs and stairs when traveling downstairs.
Staff will enter any room as necessary for routine health and safety inspections and in the case of an emergency or when tending to a maintenance request. Staff will randomly inspect the student’s room without advance notice to ensure the student’s adherence to the rules and regulations. Staff will always knock and announce themselves before entering a room. Staff will also wear masks and gloves when entering a room and will not touch anything unless confiscating contraband.
Students are strictly forbidden to be on the roof, fire escapes, balconies or building ledges at any time for any reason, except by the request of a New York Fire Official or in case of a true emergency.
Affixing any signs, flags or banners anywhere but inside the student rooms is prohibited. Students are not allowed to decorate their doors on the outside (facing the hallway) or to hang anything on the walls in common areas and corridors.
Theft, willful destruction or damage/misuse of any property owned by any member of the community is prohibited.
If a student reports a missing item in their dorm room the following procedures will be followed:
JBS is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items. Staff will attempt to help students find reported missing items, but are ultimately not responsible for missing items.
Students at JBS are expected to treat one another with kindness, respect, and sensitivity. Harassment and bullying are not tolerated at JBS.
Students at JBS are expected to treat each other with kindness, respect, and sensitivity. Harassment and bullying are not tolerated at JBS. Harassment is defined as aggressive pressure and/or continued unwanted comments that have a psychologically damaging effect and create an intimidating, humiliating, hostile or offensive environment. Bullying is defined as a person who uses strength or power, either verbal or physical, to intimidate others. Bullying is any word(s) (verbal or written), gesture, or action that makes people feel vulnerable, upset, humiliated, undermined, or threatened. If you find yourself being harassed or bullied at JBS, the first step is to communicate clearly to the individual that you find it offensive and that you expect the behavior/words to cease immediately. If the individual does not stop, report the matter to a staff member.
JBS prohibits all forms of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, indecent exposure, intimate-partner violence, dating violence and domestic violence, retaliation, stalking, and other misconduct that is sex or gender based, or in the context of an intimate partner relationship including: bullying and intimidation, physical assault and stalking, discrimination. Students are not allowed to participate in any sexual activity in the dorm due to the spread of COVID-19.
Firearms and other weapons are prohibited in JBS housing. Any device that has the appearance and/or function of a serviceable weapon is prohibited.
State law in New York states that those under 21 are not able to purchase or possess tobacco. Purchase, possession, transfer or use of tobacco (all forms) is strictly prohibited. This includes the use of electronic cigarettes, Juuls, vapes, or similar devices.
New York state law states that it is illegal for those under the age of 21 to purchase or possess alcohol. JBS has dry residence halls, even for those individuals 21 and over. Possession of empty alcohol bottles and cans are not allowed. Smelling of alcohol or associating with others while they are using alcohol will be considered an alcohol violation.
Purchase, possession, use, evidence of use, transfer or sale of drugs, or any drug related paraphernalia, including but not limited to marijuana, cocaine, narcotics, LSD, amphetamines or other illegal, un-prescribed drugs or controlled substances is not allowed. Associating with others while they are involved with illegal drugs or substances will be considered a violation. Drugs that are not listed will fall under this policy.
Students must keep their prescribed medication in their rooms and are responsible for administering their own medication. Prescription medications should be consumed solely by the individual for whom the prescription was written, and the individual should follow the provider’s instructions. Abuse of prescription drugs (letting friends take them, etc) is a violation of the drug policy.
Students (in quarantine or isolation) who wish to set up a prescription delivery should coordinate with the RA on duty.
If students would like to report an incident (rule violation, roommate conflict, maintenance, etc.), they should contact the RA on duty and describe the incident. For a reported violation of the rules, the RA will open an investigation, which will result in an Incident Report. Unless the student(s) is directly involved in the incident, they will not be informed of details or outcomes of the investigation. For a roommate conflict, an RA will meet with the student to determine if roommate mediation is needed. COVID-19 policies and procedures are considered part of student code of conduct, and violations will include punitive measures.
Students are expected to fully comply with requests and directives given by JBS personnel, including directors, coordinators, instructors and all Residence Life staff. This includes requests for attendance at meetings, preferred behavior, and other community living etiquette. Failure to comply with JBS personnel is considered a display of disobedience or disrespect and may result in disciplinary action. Students are expected to be cooperative and truthful during interactions with staff, particularly during an investigation of an incident. Dishonest or uncooperative student behavior during an investigation will result in consequences.
If a student violates any code of conduct or housing policies, sanctions could include but are not limited to: Disciplinary Fines, Educational Projects, Community Service, written warning, referral for Substance Abuse Evaluation, Education and/or Treatment, Referral for Professional Counseling, Restitution for damages , disciplinary probation, room or building reassignment, loss of privileges, adjusted curfew, suspension from the dorm, expulsion from housing without a refund, parental notification.
In the event that JBS deems the dancer unfit for housing, JBS reserves the right to move students as we see appropriate and the right to expel any student license at its sole discretion. Behavior that could result in dismissal from housing includes, but is not limited to not adhering to COVID-19 procedures, damaging the premises, having unauthorized persons in rooms, lending/giving keys to any person, consistent disregard for quiet hours/disrespecting those living around you, use of drugs or alcohol, and breaking the terms of the housing agreement.
Students who are dismissed from housing will have 48 hours to move out of the dorm and are not allowed back into the dormitory, for any reason. Students dismissed from housing may not loiter on the same block as the dorm. If they do any of the above after being dismissed from the dorm, there will be consequences to their participation in the program. Students dismissed or expelled from the program will also be dismissed from housing without a refund. Students dismissed from housing who wish to return the next school year are at the discretion of the Executive staff. Students dismissed or expelled from housing and the program have 24 hours to leave the dormitory. Students dismissed from housing due to any breach of dormitory rules or program conduct will not receive a housing refund.
All infractions, charges and fines are subject to change at the discretion of the DRL or DOO. The DRL may suspend or amend the rules for any reason. Infractions are not limited to the charges and fines noted below. Any additional consequences may be assigned by the Executive staff.
JBS is committed to maintaining the safety of our community. In the horrible event that an emergency situation occurs in or around a JBS facility, these procedures are in place to keep our students and staff members safe.
Protection tips within JBS and NYC:
In the event of an active threat, JBS recommends Run, Hide and Fight. It is very important to know multiple escape routes after you enter the building.
When law enforcement/authorities arrive:
Bomb Threat by phone:
Bomb Threat by email or written note:
If you are indoors during an earthquake:
Evacuation at the dorm or studios could occur for a variety of reasons.
When directed to evacuate:
In the event of a fire, call 911 or the fire department dispatcher at: (212) 998-2222 or transmit an alarm from the nearest fire alarm box.
FIRE PREVENTION AND PREPAREDNESS
In the event of a fire emergency, all residents are expected to evacuate the building, regardless of the building construction.
Types of Egress
It is important to get familiar with the means of egress available in our dorm.
Every apartment is equipped with a smoke detector. Please inform the RA on duty when your smoke detector indicates that the batteries need to be replaced.
Fire Sprinkler Systems
The dorm has a fire sprinkler system that is a system of pipes and sprinkler heads that discharges water automatically when triggered by the heat of a fire that will extinguish or control the fire. The sprinkler system will continue to discharge water until it is turned off. When a sprinkler system activates, an alarm is sounded throughout the building and automatically transmitted to the Fire Department by way of a Central Station. Even though the sprinkler systems are very effective at preventing fire from spreading, the fire may still generate smoke, which can travel throughout the building. Students should not hang anything on the sprinkler system and be careful when using any aerosol products in the apartments.
Interior Fire Alarm Systems
The building is equipped with interior fire alarm systems that is designed to warn building occupants of a fire in the building. Generally, these systems are manually activated (must be pulled by hand) and do automatically transmit a signal to the Fire Department by way of a Central Station. Such interior fire alarm systems generally consist of a panel located in a lobby or basement, with manual pull stations located near the main entrance and by each stairwell door.
In the event of a fire, follow the directions of fire department personnel. There may be situations in which you have to decide on a course of action. Below are the general fire emergency guidelines. Please note that it is impossible to account for all factors and changing conditions.
Evacuation Instructions in the event of a fire in your room
Evacuation Instructions in the event of a fire outside of your room
In case of emergency such as injury or illness, major spill or theft of hazardous material, immediately contact Environmental Health and Safety at 212-998-1450.
Chemical Exposure to Skin
Chemicals in Eyes
Smoke and other Airborne Contaminants
The dorm has emergency lighting designed to provide assistance if emergency egress is necessary.
Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that could indicate terrorism or terrorism-related crime. This includes, but is not limited to:
If you’re outside:
If your heat goes out:
If NOT ordered to evacuate:
Housing students will follow the following protocol for dismissal from all classes due to illness:
For all non-emergency, pre-scheduled doctor’s / medical appointments, you must notify the RA on duty at least 48 hours in advance. In case of a true medical emergency call 911 and alert an RA.
If a dancer medically withdraws from the program and lives in housing, the dancer is required to submit a letter officially withdrawing due to medical reasons and email it to Nancy Cole (firstname.lastname@example.org). The dancer must also provide an official doctor’s note explaining why the dancer cannot continue the program. Dancers who medically withdraw are allowed to stay in housing, but they must adhere to all housing rules and procedures. JBS does reserve the right to release you from housing at any time.
If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Tia Feather at email@example.com or 1-646-827-9805.
Hygiene, cleaning and disinfection:
Testing frequency and protocols:
Early warning signs:
Students confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19:
Hygiene, cleaning and disinfection:
If a student is found with lice, they are not permitted to attend class until they have been checked and cleared by a professional. This is to help contain the lice and prevent the spread of lice. Students will have to bag their items and wash all clothing and fabric on high heat. Bedding must be washed daily until the students have been cleared. Students do not need to pay the professional for treatment, but they must be cleared by a lice professional in order to continue in person training.
During the first week of classes, RAs will escort students to JBS in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon. If the student misses the escorted trip and wants an RA to escort them to the studios or back again, then they must wait until an RA leaves for the studios or the dormitory on school business – a special trip will not be made for students who missed the escorted trip. If students do not show up for the scheduled departure, the trip will be cancelled. Students must sign up with the RA on duty by 9:00PM the night before the escort is requested. If students have signed up in advance, the RA will wait up to 5 minutes after the scheduled departure time. If students have not shown up five minutes after the scheduled departure time, the RA will cancel the trip. If no students sign up by 9:00PM the night before, the escort trip will be cancelled. After the first week, students are responsible for getting themselves to and from classes for the remainder of the year. Staff will not escort students to get groceries or other items after check in day.
Public Transit is the primary method of transportation in NYC. Although JBS is within walking distance, students should be prepared to take the train to stores, on the weekends, to performance and rehearsal venues, etc. Students are always encouraged to travel with their friends if they feel comfortable.
Uber, Lyft, and Gett are car services that let you request a car from your smartphone. You create an account and enter your credit card information, which is stored securely within the app so you do not need to worry about payment. To call a car, simply launch the app, enter your destination and request a car. Within 2-5 minutes, your car will arrive.
Although JBS is a 20 minute walk from the dorm, students may want to purchase a MetroCard if they plan to travel outside the immediate area. MetroCards may be purchased inside any subway station at a token booth or an automated MetroCard machine. Please note that once you swipe your Unlimited MetroCard, you cannot slide it again for 15 minutes. MTA Covid-19 Procedures
Uptown trains are trains that are traveling roughly north. If you’re in Greenwich, you’ll take an Uptown Train to travel “up” to Times Square. Downtown trains are trains that run roughly south. If you’re at a Broadway Show, you’ll take a downtown train to travel back to the dorm or JBS. If a train is headed to another borough, it is described as borough-bound. In Manhattan, Bronx-bound trains are headed north (Uptown) and Brooklyn-bound are headed south (Downtown).
Express trains make limited stops to ensure a faster ride to your destination. However, due to their limited stops, they might not stop at the station you are hoping for. Local trains stop frequently to provide “local” service. They stop every few blocks, and thus take longer. On the official NYC map, the express stops are indicated by a white circle or bar. All trains on that line stop at express stops. Local stops are indicated by a black circle or bar. If the stop you want has a black circle next to it, don’t get on an express train unless you hear an announcement that says the train is making “all local stops”.
Manhattan is set up so that the streets run across town from east to west, and the avenues run north and south. The southernmost part of Manhattan, or Downtown, has named streets, but as you travel uptown and reach 1st street, navigation is simple from there. When you’re walking and aren’t sure which way to walk down the street, open the Google Maps app and look at the grey arrows – they denote the flow of traffic.
What is the cost?
Domestic – $150.00 per student | International – @200.00
What is the cost?
$150.00 per student
How to request Airport Transportation?
How does payment work?
How to cancel?
Can students/family request transportation together?
JBS offers two types of activities during the Trainee Year in NYC: Ticketed Extra & Dorm Extra Activities
*Please note that all in person extra activities will be delayed due to city closures and guidelines.
Where can I purchase tickets for Ticketed Extra Activities?
To purchase tickets for events, visit the events page on the website.
Who is allowed to purchase tickets?
Tickets for Ticketed Extra Activities are available to all students as well as their family and friends.
There will be no chaperone/escort to and from the venue. Students will need to travel alone or with their guardian.
Tickets will be available for pick-up at the studio. Pick up dates will be provided closer to the date.
Is there a waitlist for sold out Ticketed Extra Activities?
To request tickets for a sold out activity, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. If a dancer cannot attend an activity that they purchased a ticket for, they must send an email to email@example.com immediately. They may choose to gift or donate the ticket to another dancer. It is the responsibility of the dancers and guardians to confirm intensive and activity dates, times and details, before purchasing tickets.
Students (17 and younger) attending activities will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension. All Housing Students (17 and younger) must check in for curfew after returning from the activity.
Emails with detailed information will be sent no later than the day before the activity for Ticketed Extra Activities.