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SITI Summer Theater Workshop

SITI Company in Cafe Variations photo by Michael Brosilow
Tuition, Fees, College Credit and Scholarships

A non-refundable application fee of $40 is required to apply.

Tuition for the four-week workshop is $2,130 (Undergraduate and Non-Credit).  The workshop may also be taken for three semester hours of graduate-level credit for $2,480. Room and board on campus is $1,568. Room without board is not available.

Scholarship Information

The SITI Summer Workshop has a limited number of scholarships for students with promise who might not otherwise be able to attend the Workshop. Approximately 6 scholarships averaging $500 each will be awarded in the form of tuition remission.

To apply for a scholarship, please fax the following materials to Deb Amico at (518) 580-5548 after completing the online application:

All scholarship applications will be considered on an individual basis. Requests for financial aid will not affect admission decisions.


Refund Policy

Application fees will not be refunded.

Because faculty and staff salary commitments must be made in advance and the costs of plant operations are fixed, the College must follow a very limited refund policy.  Details of this policy as it relates to tuition, room, and board follow.  Appeals for refunds due to extenuating circumstances may be made in writing to the Program Director or the Dean of Special Programs.

If Skidmore College cancels a program all fees will be refunded.


Undergraduate and Graduate Credit

High school graduates, matriculated college students, and adults may register at no additional charge for three (3) semester hours of undergraduate credit from Skidmore College. The course designation is TH304 (Special Studies in Acting). For more information please consult the Skidmore College Catalog. Students registering for credit will be expected to comply with Skidmore's academic policies.

In cooperation with the college's Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program, post-baccalaureate workshop participants may earn up to three (3) semester hours of graduate credit in Theater Special Studies. Graduate study is a self-directed activity, under the supervision of Anne Bogart, and may include independent study and a written or oral project. An official transcript conferring a bachelor's degree is required. Students currently enrolled in a graduate-level program may want to investigate whether these credits will apply toward completion of their degree.