Enroll in a Summer Course for Free if you Deposit by May 1st!
Fall 2021 accepted students who pay their tuition deposit by May 1st will be offered a tuition waiver to take a summer Otis Extension or Summer of Art course for free! Their family members will also be able to enroll in a summer Extension course with a 50% discount. Brush up on drawing skills or learn a new technique through our Extension course offerings before starting at Otis this fall through this special opportunity.
How it Works
After you submit the $250 tuition deposit by May 1st, we will send you a link to complete a form to select the course that you would like to take. This form will launch on Monday, May 10th. Complete this form as soon as possible since spots in each course are limited and will be offered first-come, first-served. Since spots are limited, we are requesting that if you sign-up that you commit to attending each session and successfully completing the course.
You will then be given a code to register for your chosen course online. Family members will also be provided with a special code to enroll online at 50% off.
The list of courses will be available in May. To get a sense of the types of courses offered through Extension, you can browse their spring course offerings here. You can also see a list of the types of courses offered through Summer of Art here. Please note that not all courses will be offered this summer. Summer of Art course availability will be more limited. A specific list of available courses will be sent to new students to select from.
One course tuition waiver will be granted per deposited student based upon course availability, as space remains available. While we will do our best to accommodate student preferences, we cannot guarantee that your first or second choice will be available. Courses will be taught online. The tuition waiver does not include supply or material costs, which will be extra. Please note that courses taken through the tuition waiver will not be offered for credit and will not be transferable, but will be helpful for students to gain new skills and experiences before starting the fall semester.