Tuition and Housing

Summer Intensives

Tuition and Housing

Summer Intensives

Tuition and Housing

Summer Intensive Tuition

2-Week Program Tuition: $1,200
Program Tuition: $1,800
Program Tuition: $2,800
Intensive Tuition: $2,020

Additional fees:
Student Visa Fee - $100 (required for international students only)

Tuition Deadlines

The payment plan requires automatic billing. Registration fee and deposits are due at time of registration. The remaining tuition and fees will be split into two payments and processed on April 1st and May 1st.

Accounts not paid in full by May 15 are subject to a $75 late fee.

Due at the time of registration:

$50 registration fee
$250 tuition deposit
$250 housing deposit (if applicable)
$100 Visa fee (for international students only)

Scholarship & Financial Aid

Merit Scholarships: Atlanta Ballet offers a limited number of merit scholarships to students at the discretion of the artistic staff. Merit scholars will be notified of their award in their audition results. There is no application process for a merit scholarship award.

Financial Aid
: Atlanta Ballet also offers limited need-based tuition aid to summer intensive students attending the full five-week program. Students may apply for financial assistance after acceptance into the program. If financial aid is granted, students must register by the specified deadline, or the award will be forfeited.

*Awarded funds may only be applied to the five-week tuition. Partial sessions and housing are not eligible for aid.

AB Summer Activity

Summer Housing and Meals

Housing Deposit - $250 (non-refundable)

2-Week Program Housing - $1,940
Program Housing - $2,900
Program Housing - $4,700
Professional Intensive Housing - $4,700

Chaperoned room & board is available to students ages 13 to 20* for an additional fee.
Students electing the housing option will reside on the nearby Georgia Tech campus. Each student is assigned a private bedroom in a peer-shared four-bedroom apartment with at least 1 – 2 assigned chaperones also residing on each floor.

*Students 18 and older who reside in the housing must abide by Atlanta Ballet’s student housing rules and curfews.

Daily transportation by chartered bus to and from the studio is included. Students will participate in off–campus activities on the weekend, also included in the fee. Previous weekend excursions have included Braves games, The Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, and Atlanta United games.

Take a facility tour.

Students residing in the dorms will receive three meals per day Monday through Saturday, and brunch and dinner on Sundays. Breakfast and dinner will take place in the Georgia Tech dining hall, adjacent to the dorm building. The food hall is a collective of food stalls offering a variety of choices. A boxed or buffet lunch is served at the studio Monday through Friday.

Explore dining options.

Refund Policy

Registration/ Visa fees and deposits are non-refundable and ineligible for account credit.

If your student must withdraw for any reason, the remaining tuition and housing amounts paid after the initial deposits are eligible for refund or account credit at the discretion of the Program Director until April 29, 2024.

No refunds or credits
for tuition or housing fees will be issued for withdrawals after April 29, 2024. Tuition and housing will not be pro-rated for student absences or partial attendance.

: Refunds and credits for withdrawals due to an injury suffered before the start date require a letter from the attending medical professional stating that the nature of the injury prevents participation in the program. In the rare case that a new injury occurs during the intensive program, and the student is deemed by a medical professional as unable to continue participation, a partial tuition credit will be granted at the discretion of the Program Director.

For more information, email questions to Ansilla Bearden, Summer Program Coordinator.