Top College Experts on What You Need to Know to Survive Your Performing Arts Freshman Year
22 Aug 2014
Survival tips based on years of watching freshmen stumble–and succeed.
All incoming freshman college students face a period of adjustment, but performing arts students face challenges unique to themselves. PlaybillEDU.com went straight to the source and asked people who work with students at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ithaca College, Carnegie-Mellon University, Marymount Manhattan College and Kent State University to share survival tips based on years of watching freshmen stumble–and succeed.
Click through to read their need-to-know tips for all performing arts freshman.
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