The full 5-day per week program is designed to provide a comprehensive art immersion experience. While it is optimum to take both courses for the full 5-day experience, we also offer 2-day and 3-day options for students who cannot attend the 5-day experience.
|Program||Full 5-Day, weekly (Recommended)||3-Day, weekly||2-Day, weekly|
|Includes||Specialization Course (3 days) and Drawing Studio Course (2 days)||Specialization Course only||Drawing Studio Course only|
|College Credits||3 college credits||2 college credits||1 college credits|
|*Total (all four weeks)||$3750||$2500||$1250|
|Before April 15th||$3650||$2400||$1150|
Full payment or deposit (before April 15th) is required to reserve a space in Summer of Art. A deposit of $200 is needed for the 3-day or 2-day program. A deposit of $400 is needed for the full 5-day program. Your registration will not be processed until your payment is received. Students who submit tuition deposits on or BEFORE April 15 will be billed for the balance. After April 15th, tuition must be paid in full upon registration. Balances must be paid in full by May 22nd.
Otis College accepts credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Master Pass), electronic ACH payments (electronic checks or direct payment from a bank account), or cash. If paying by cash payment must be paid in person at the Business Office Cashier window. Ask the Summer of Art Office at 310.665.6864 for details.
If a student’s account accrues a balance due (payment due, returned check, and/or dishonored credit cards, etc.) that remains unpaid for more than fifteen (15) days, the account will be assigned to a collection agency. All such accounts will be charged collection costs, including but not limited to collection agency fees, legal fees, and court costs. This information will be disclosed to credit reporting organizations.
Otis College is pleased to offer the following discount to Summer of Art students. This discount is worth $100.
Early Enrollment (Registration must be received before Wednesday, April 15, 2020)