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All students who wish to register for the 2023 Summer Intensive programs must have first auditioned and received acceptance and placement into either the 3-week or 6-week program. Find more information about Summer Intensive auditions here.
Please review these welcome packets for the programs and for students who plan to reside in program housing.
3-week Intermediate Welcome Letter
2023 Packing List
2023 MSOE Residence Hall Rules & Regulations Packet
Housing & Roommate Survey – Coming soon!
Food Allergy & Special Dietary Form
Additionally, the following items are due to complete your registration. Email all documents and forms to [email protected].
Due March 15, 2023:
☐ Online Program Registration deadline (includes registration fee and $500 deposit for program tuition)
☐ Online Housing/Meals Registration deadline (includes $500 deposit for housing fees)
☐ Risk & Liability Waiver – Coming soon!
☐ Medical Care & Release – Coming soon!
☐ Copy of Insurance Card, front and back
Due May 1, 2023:
☐ Physician’s Report – Coming soon!
☐ Complementary T-shirt Sign Up
☐ Remaining Balance Due for Tuition
☐ Remaining Balance Due to Housing, if residing in housing
☐ MSOE Guest Waiver, if residing in housing – Coming soon!
The Milwaukee Ballet Summer Intensive Programs are likely to reach registration capacity. In order to ensure students’ commitment to attending and fully participating in these programs, the following refund policy will be adhered to in all withdrawal circumstances, with exception to serious illness (not including COVID-19) and injury only (see Illness or Injury Refund Policy below).
The Milwaukee Ballet Summer Intensive Programs involve 6-8 hours of dancing each day. We strongly recommend students arrive to the program ready to work. To prevent injury, we discourage students from taking too much time off before arriving to the program. Once the program begins, if a student feels that he/she cannot attend class, they must notify the School Office before his/her first class of the day begins. Students are expected to observe class if they are injured but still feeling well enough to go out. Physicians and physical therapists from the Froedtert Sports Medicine Center and the Medical College of Wisconsin will be available at Milwaukee Ballet’s Baumgartner Center for Dance studios once a week to treat minor injuries. A signup sheet will be posted at the studio. Students who require immediate medical attention will be taken to Froedtert Hospital/Medical College of Wisconsin campus or Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital by a member of the Milwaukee Ballet staff. If the student is under 18 years of age, parents will be contacted in advance. If such action is taken, your provided medical insurance will be used.
Students who become too injured or ill to complete the program will be sent home with a partial refund, upon receipt of a doctor’s letter within 10 business days of the injury, according to the following schedule:
Weekly class schedules will be posted here starting in July.