School of Dance
College of Visual and Performing Arts
323 Coleman Building
Janet Lilly, Professor and Director of the School of Dance
Associate Professors Cyrus, Gee, Parrish, Sullivan
Assistant Professor Höfling
APT Assistant Professor Waegerle
Within the context of UNCG’s comprehensive liberal arts curriculum, the School of Dance offers bachelors and masters degrees that provide specialized skills for a variety of careers in the evolving field of dance. The school's primary goal is to teach students the imaginative, critical, and technical skills essential to the creative process and to scholarly inquiry. Our comprehensive curricula foster inclusive learning and intellectual curiosity framed by an engagement with cultural diversity, community outreach, and global issues as related to dance. The school prepares undergraduate and graduate students for further study and successful and productive lives as artists, educators, and scholars at the state, regional, national and international levels.
The School of Dance is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Dance. The school's program leading to K–12 licensure (Standard Professional I) for public school teaching is accredited by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
Admission to Dance Majors (B.A. and B.F.A.)
Admission for dance major programs in the School of Dance is by audition only. All prospective dance majors must participate in a selective admission process. This includes students currently at UNCG who have not been accepted as majors in the school. Prospective students apply to audition on the College of Visual and Performing Arts website and complete an on-site audition class and writing sample.