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Experience the Arts Day Registration Now Open!

Experience the Arts Day Registration Now Open!

Claire Berlin | Aug 21, 2014

Experience the Arts Day will be on Mon., Oct. 13, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (registration begins at 8:30 a.m.) at the Ohio University Athens Campus. Online registration is now open.

CLICK HERE to register for Experience the Arts Day.

If you are a junior or senior high school student that has a passion for art, dance, music, or theater and are interested in a future in the arts you should consider joining the College of Fine Arts in October. During Experience the Arts Day students will see what it’s like to spend a day on a college campus focused on your potential major. You will see classes in sessions, talk to faculty and students and see what current students do during a typical day at the College of Fine Arts.

Make plans to join us for this exciting day where you can:

  • Attend classes and/or rehearsals
  • Interact with faculty and current students
  • Learn more about your area of interest
  • Get answers to your questions about our programs
  • Explore our major options
    • Liberal arts based Bachelor of Arts (BA)
    • Professional Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and Bachelor of Music (BM)
    • Honors Tutorial majors offered in each discipline
  • Consider a minor, offered in each discipline

CLICK HERE for more information about Experience the Arts Day.

To register online for Experience the Arts Day CLICK HERE.


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