NOTE: The camp will be held in the Richards Building on BYU Campus due to the Wilkinson Student Center main ballroom floor being replaced in the summer.
February 10, 2016, at 9:00 a.m.
To keep the gender enrollments equal for the Adult Ballroom Dance Camp, once we have more females registered than males, we will only allow females to register with a male partner. Registration is open to males and females without partners currently.
Once we close registration to single females, for those ladies who are not able to find a male registrant, we will have a waiting list. As openings become available in the camp, we will call those ladies on the list in the order in which they were placed on it.
2016 Registration Prices ($25 nonrefundable):
Choose One Section:
$499 - Regular Tuition
$574 - Tuition with BYU Credit
$85 - Meal Card "COUGAR CASH"
$95 – Single Shared Housing (cafeteria meals not included)
$190 – Single Private Housing (cafeteria meals not included)
$35 – Extra Wednesday Buffet Ticket
$35 – Extra Friday Banquet Ticket
$110 – Private Lessons
$200 – Instructional DVD
Tuition covers approximately 30 hours of dance instruction, a midweek banquet, a camp novelty item, and dinner at the closing showcase on Friday night.
Optional BYU Credit, $75
One semester hour of Dance 500R college credit is offered. In addition to attending classes, those registered for credit must submit an essay on a topic to be announced. The program directors will provide information for 500R requirements on the first day of camp at the orientation meeting.
Optional Meal Card “COUGAR CASH,” $85
A pocket–size meal card will be issued to those who wish to have quick access to meals on campus. The meal card may be used at ALL BYU Dining locations, vending machines, and the BYU Store (not Twilight Zone or concessions). The balance on the meal card decreases by the amount of purchase. No refund will be given on any remaining balance.
Optional Private Lessons, $110
Participants may request private lessons from the professional instructors of their choice. You must have a partner to out your lesson or make arrangements with Linda Wakefield for a partner. Lessons are coordinated through Linda Wakefield at email@example.com. Please contact Linda only after you have received a confirmed spot in the camp. Slots are limited and allocated on a first–come, first–served basis, so be sure to make arrangements early. The cost for private lessons is $110 per lesson per couple, which is nonrefundable after camp begins. Please do not include private lesson payments with your camp tuition. You will pay for the private lessons after you have scheduled the lessons with Linda. Please make payment to BYU by calling 801–422–8925 after your appointment has been scheduled with Linda and at least two weeks before camp begins.
Optional Instructional DVD, $200
A DVD containing instruction by the professionals will be available to camp participants only. The material contained in the DVD is the same as the material taught in the classes throughout the week. The final student showcase will be included on the DVD without music, due to copyright issues. Please note that these DVDs are copy protected with macrovision and cannot be duplicated. Order forms will be available at the camp.
- A full refund (minus $25 nonrefundable) will be granted to all cancellations requested by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, June 23, 2016. No housing refunds are available after this date, though partial refunds for the workshop may be available on a case-by-case basis. Please send an email regarding your situation to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No refunds will be made after camp begins.
- Before 5:00 p.m., Thursday, June 23, 2016, the simplest way to cancel a camp registration is to log into your account online and process the withdrawal yourself. You can also call 801–422–8925 to cancel a camp registration. A $25 processing fee will be withheld.
- Full tuition is due at the time of registration. No deposits will be accepted.
- Information packets with updated check–in times will be available on our website two to four weeks before the camp begins.