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The Cost of Kodaly #3






New England Conservatory, Arizona State, McNesse University, Silver Lake College, Hartt School, Pensacola State University
Name of Institution
Tuition Level 1
Level 1 with Graduate credit
Tuition
Level 2 and 3
With Grad Credit
Extra Classes?  Credits?
Housing
New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachuesetts
Concurrent with youth choir camp
$75 application fee

$2120 (6 credits)

Credits require additional $35 fee

$2120 (6 credits)

$700 Retreival System (2 grad credits)
1-week non-level 1 credit course $350-625
Solfeg bootcamp
Folkdance and games and ballads
Post-levels refresher
New program for academic year graduate study!
$55-85/night with air conditioning

40-75/night without air conditioning
$595
(1 hr) $606
(2)$1115
(3)$1624
$595 although 
$296 for review
not listed on OAKE website, ASU does offer level III
$175 for one-week courses
$395 for two-week courses
subjects not Kodaly specific and range from guitar to Mariachi!  Orff Levels run before Kodaly levels
On campus housing for the entire summer ranges from $850-1200 May-August!  
 McNesse State University, Lake Charles, LA

(6 hours) $865.50* resident
(6 hours) $2022 non-resident




*this is lower than last year's price, so please check with the program to be sure of the exact amount
(6 hours) $865.50* resident
(6 hours) $2022 non-resident 
 No
Silver Lake College
Download brochure here.
6+ credits
Undergrad credits, course is $2695
Grad credits would be $2875
18 credits for the entire program
Yes, see the brochure for complete list which includes Kodaly and Hispanic Music, Beyond the Classroom, and others. 





$40/day due at checkout.  Linen service is $7/week.  Cafeteria is open and paid for at time of meal, not with meal plan.  See the application for housing here.
Name of Institution
Tuition for level 1
With Grad Credit
Tuition Level 2 and 3
With Grad Credit
Extra Classes?
Credits?
Housing
*Hartt School of Music Offers full masters degree during the year
2 week course

Level 1 and 2 $1482 (6.5 credits)
Level 3
$1482 (6.5 credits)
 air conditioned, suite style, with kitchenette, double occupancy $35/night on campus, off-campus available for $79+
$495
$1273 (3 credits)
No
No
$320-500 for the course




*The Hartt School's website was really easy to negotiate.  I found EVERYTHING I needed to know without an email to the program's director.  This was awesome!  If you have attended this program, please leave a comment on it.  Is the program as easy to access as the site?Unless otherwise specified.  Application fee is $50

Early bird registration rates can be 10-20% lower, check the top programs of your interest to secure the best deals.

Scholarships are available at most, if not all of the programs in this series of blogs.  Apply early and contact program heads to get the best shot at a scholarship.  


IF YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO PUT YOUR PROGRAM ON THE BLOG PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH ALL THE PERTINANT INFORMATION AND I'LL BE GLAD TO POST IT!

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