Have questions about our camps and classes? We hope this guide will answer your basic questions.

Does my class include housing/dorm accommodation?

Are my meals provided?

How old do I have to be to take a class/camp?

What is included at the dorm?

When do I check into my dorm?

Do I get college credit for my class?

What type of credit will I earn?

What’s the weather like in Cedar City?

How do I get to Cedar City?


Does my class include housing/dorm accommodation?

·      Shakespeare for Jr. Actors, Actor Training I and II, Acting for Directors, Tech Camp, and Advanced Tech Camp all include housing.

·      Theatre Methods for Teachers, Tech Camp for Directors, Shakespeare Plays and Forum do NOT include housing.

 

Are my meals provided?

·      All meals are provided for Shakespeare for Jr. Actors. 

·      NO meals are provided for all of our other camps and classes. Please come prepared to buy or make your own meals. Dorms have a full kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, and stove. You can also eat at the student center cafeteria or many restaurants on and off campus. We estimate about $20 per day for food.

 

How old do I have to be to take a class/camp?

            Shakespeare for Jr. Actors – 11-15 years old

            Actor Training I – 16-19 years old

            Actor Training II – 17 years to early 20ies

            Tech Camp – 14-18 years old

            Advanced Tech Camp – 15-18 years old

            All other classes – Adults

What is included at the dorm?

·      In-house kitchens, including a microwave, fridge, and stove and two bathrooms per 10-12 people.

·      Each dorm has a kitchen/living area with 4-5 rooms, with 2-3 beds in each room.

·      Linens and pillows are provided.

·      An alarm clock is provided.

·      A chaperone will live in each apartment.

 

When do I check into my dorm?

·      Check-in is from 3-5pm Mountain Daylight Time at the Eccles Living Learning Center. The building is located on the corner of 200 South 500 West.

 

Do I get college credit for my class?

·      College credit is available for all classes, EXCECPT Shakespeare for Jr. Actors.

·      Credit is included with your class tuition for Theatre Methods for Teachers, Tech Camp for Teachers, Acting for Directors, and Shakespeare Plays/Forum

·      College credit is available for and additional fee for our other classes:

            Actor Training I and II: $45 for 3 credits

            Tech Camp: $30 for 2 credits

            Advanced Tech Camp: $30 for 2 credits

 

What type of credit will I earn?

·      Undergraduate level:  College of Professional Studies (CPS) is equivalent to Continuing Education credit.

·      Graduate level: Education Department (EDUC) is graduate level credit.

 

What’s the weather like in Cedar City?

·  Cedar City has a summer temperature range of between seventy and ninety degrees and a beautiful high altitude (5800 feet) climate that includes sunny days and an occasional thundershower.  Moisturizers, lip balm, and especially sunscreen are essential items in the dry summer climate. 

 

How do I get to Cedar City?

·  Cedar City is located in southern Utah on Interstate 15, midway between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. Greyhound Bus Lines stop in Cedar City, and the municipal airport is served by SkyWest Airlines (the Delta Connection) with connections in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. 

·  For students who are driving, here are some suggested routes from select cities:

Salt Lake City: Take Interstate15 south.

Denver: Take Interstate 70 west from Denver; turn south on Interstate 15 at the 1-70—I-15 intersection.

Phoenix: Take US 89A north to Utah Sate Highway 14 and continue

         west to Cedar City.

         Las Vegas: Take Interstate15 north.

         Albuquerque: Take Interstate 40 or route 66 to Flagstaff, AZ, and take US

         89A to Utah State Highway 14; continue west.