Regent Hollywood Experience in Los Angeles
May 11-26, 2016
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DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION AND DEPOSIT IS
JANUARY 28, 2016
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Program Fee for students taking class for credit: $1,200 w/o tuition
- Four meals
- Travel to designated sites
- Speaker fees for industry members
- Classroom at LAFSC
Above stated price does NOT include:
- Travel to and from airports
- Course credit costs
- Meals, other than the four mentioned above
- Average out of pocket expenses are $1,890 which includes Program Fee, meals, flight and shuttle from LAX. Tuition is $2,505 for graduate students. Click here to view the cost breakdown.
Application & Deposit
Requirements for Acceptance
Lodging for students will be at Park La Brea apartments. Park La Brea’s 160 park-like acres offer a tranquil retreat at the center of Los Angeles, with the city’s best shopping, dining and activities...all just steps away.
Classes will be held at the LA Film Studies Center (LAFSC) which is within walking distance of Park La Brea apartments.
Cancellation & Refund Policy:
The $500 deposit and the remaining balance of the Program Fee is non-refundable. Refunds will only be given if class cancellation occurs.
Minimum Number of Participants:
Note that the minimum number of participants is 10 and the maximum is 18. The trip will be cancelled should the number of applications not reach the minimum by the end of the day, January 28, 2016. All applications will be processed on a first come first served basis. In case of trip cancellation, all payments will be refunded at 100%.
Important Undergraduate Information
Undergraduates who apply to the Regent Hollywood Experience course and would like to earn credits would need to follow the established CAS policy governing the taking of graduate credits. Note that there are requirements regarding GPA and class status that may affect who can participate, and there is a very specific procedure that undergraduates need to follow to enroll. The credits undergraduates would receive could either fulfill their general education requirements or be used as elective credits. Please open link for complete details on the undergraduate policy governing CAS students taking Regent graduate courses.