Saturday School


    Saturday School is back with in-person classes! Get your hands dirty, and join our creative community. Register for our innovative programs designed to prepare young actors, artists, designers and entrepreneurs to navigate their art form this fall. Each course focuses on new artistic ideas, practices and skills to build and strengthen portfolios. 

    Scholarships:


    Any discounts or scholarships must be reflected in the payment calculation at the time of registration; no refunds will be issued retroactively to correct overpayment.

    Students are eligible to receive only one discount or scholarship; discounts & scholarships cannot be combined. Discounts & scholarships are non-transferable and are applied to tuition cost only.

     

    In-Person Vaccination Policy: 

    In continued support of UArts’ commitment to health and safety for all members of its community and in alignment with the recommendations of the CDC, the university has updated its COVID-19 immunization requirements for eligible students, faculty and staff to include a COVID-19 booster. 

    • Pre-College Saturday School students attending in-person classes should plan to be fully vaccinated, with the final dose of the primary vaccine series received at least two weeks prior to the start of classes.
    • COVID-19 boosters will be required for all eligible, in-person students prior to the start of classes, or within 30 days of becoming eligible, in accordance with CDC guidance.
    Students registering for in-person courses must certify their vaccination status at the time of registration. 

    Documented medical and religious exemptions will continue to be reasonably accommodated. Students requesting exemption should email healthservices@uarts.edu to indicate their request for exemption.

    We encourage all to visit vaccines.gov for help finding clinics, pharmacies and other locations that offer COVID-19 vaccines in the United States. In addition, visit and bookmark this UArts webpage for FAQs, resources, full policy guidance and updates as we approach the upcoming semester.



     

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