Department of Dance Office: DC-S131 email@example.com Phone: 562-985-4747 Fax: 562-985-7896
Welcome to the new Student Life page! This page has been created as a resource for CSULB Dance Majors looking for information to help navigate through life in the Dance Center. Not only can you find information regarding concert and BFA auditions, scholarships, upcoming master classes and workshops, and the student organization CSULB Dance Collaborative, but you can find also find links and/or downloads to important and frequently used documents. This page is still evolving, so please send any feedback to Gregory Crosby or Andy Vaca.
Concert Photography and Video
CSULB Dance Collaborative
CSULB Dance Collaborative is the dance major and minor student organization. All students in the Department are automatically members of CSULB Dance Collaborative. The organization sponsors master classes and workshops as well as fund-raising and social events for majors and minors. CSULB Dance Collaborative is funded by CSULB Associated Students and is obligated to comply with A.S. regulations.
Performance Auditions/Concert Contracts
2017 Fall BFA Dance Concert: variance
Upcoming Master Classes & Guest Lecturers:
Undergraduate Student Handbook 2016-2017
Frequently Used Forms:
Application to Audition for BFA Program
Proper diet and exercise can often be diffiicult to gauge and implement in a dance program, especially when students live in the dormitories for the first time or are spending many hours of the day away from home. Healthy meal planning is one of the most challenging aspects of life in the Department of Dance, and it is essential for students in order to be active learners and participants in classes and rehearsals. Unfortunately, eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia nervosa are often byproducts of life in the professional and collegiate world of dance, as well. The Department of Dance in conjunction with CSULB Dance Collaborative will be presenting information to students regarding these issues this year, and all students are encouraged to take advantage. Additionally, students seeking guidance or information regarding healthy life choices, nutrition, or eating disorders should drop by the Dance Clinic, and are encouraged to speak with Head Athletic Trainer John Siegel regarding these and any other health issues.
Some helpful resources on the CSULB campus. Click on the service to be directed to their page on the CSULB website:
Earning DANC 499 Credit for a Directed Study
Transfer of Summer Dance Classes