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Office of Admission
2 East South Street
Galesburg, IL 61401-4999
Your audition should include two short dance pieces, each no more than 1.5 - 2 minutes in length, representing a range of styles. Please ensure that the videos are of you only and not you performing in a group piece.
If you present your work on campus, faculty members are likely to provide feedback and direction to re-work portions of your presentation. If your performance requires music, please bring your own CD. Schedule your on-campus audition at knox.edu/visit
If you submit your work electronically, a recorded dance audition should follow the guidelines specified above and include oral responses to the following questions:
Videos containing segments of recent performances will not be considered.
Auditions are due by the same deadline as your application for admission (see knox.edu/apply for specific deadlines).
Electronic Submission of Auditions
Portfolios can be submitted electronically through the Portfolio section on your AppTracker, which will be available within about 48 hours of submitting your application for admission—we'll send you an email with a link to create a password and access your AppTracker.
File Sizes and Types
We support media files as large as 5GB, but please be advised that larger files will take longer to upload from your Internet connection and may stall if you are on a wireless connection or one that cannot sustain a connection for the necessary period of time. We support the following file formats:
Candidates are notified of their scholarship awards at the time of admission.
Scholarships are renewable annually as long as you remain in good academic standing. Your scholarships must be applied toward the cost of tuition, and the combination of Knox scholarships and grants and federal and state grants cannot exceed the cost of tuition. You may also qualify for additional need-based financial assistance, including grants, work-study, and loans.
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