Higher-Ed Voice | College Doesn’t Mean Goodbye

For most dance students, graduating from high school means leaving their studio behind. Studio teachers “raise” generations of dance students and, for the most part, say goodbye to them at 17 or 18 years of age. Some students go on to major or minor in dance in college, but for those who do not, dance may recede along with other beloved aspects of childhood. What about those dancers who don’t choose to major in dance but wish to continue taking class and performing while in college?

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