1. Who can take this class?
2. What are the requirements for acceptance?
3. Do I have to take the class for credit?
4. Can I take this class for credit if I am not a School of Communication & the Arts student?
5. Can I take this class if I am a Regent undergraduate student?
6. What dress is appropriate?
7. Where will the students stay in Los Angeles?
8. Will I be able to do laundry?
9. Will I be able to cook meals?
10. How physically demanding is this program?
This class is open to only qualified Regent students and SCA alumni.* All applicants will go through a screening process before they can be accepted. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Students who have submitted an application and paid the deposit will receive priority. Regent students must be confirmed to be in good standing by Student Services and the Business Office before they will be permitted to attend this class.
* FY17 graduates have priority
You must have already taken one of these classes before May 3.
If you are a student you must take this class for credit. If you are a SCA alum you will not pay for tuition but will pay the non-credit Hollywood Program Fee of $1500.
Yes. You must get approval from your advisor by submitting “Approval to Enroll in a Class in Another School”. If this course is not part of your approved program, any financial aid you are receiving will not be applied. Please talk to your advisor in the central financial aid office for more details.
Yes. Undergraduates who apply for credit would need to follow the established RCAS 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 undergraduate policy governing CAS student taking Regent graduate courses.
By taking this graduate class, you will also pay the graduate tuition, university fees and SCA school fees attached to this class.
You must get approval from your advisor by submitting "Undergraduate Approval to Register for Course in Another School". If you are seeking approval to take a course that is not part of your approved program, any financial aid you are receiving will not be applied to this course. Please talk to your advisor in the central financial aid office for more details.
The average temperature in Los Angeles during the month of May is around 74 degrees during the day but can drop to around 57 degrees in the evening. Bring light layered clothing. We request that you do not bring more than one large suitcase with a carryon. You will usually wear comfortable clothing during the day for class such as shorts, pants, flip flops & tennis shoes. You should bring one set of business casual clothes for an alumni event that is usually scheduled.
Students will stay at Park La Brea apartments. Apartments consists of a two bedroom, 5-bed furnished apartments. Male and female students will be housed in separate apartments. Facilities include 24 hour courtesy patrol, gated property access, meeting room facilities, multimedia theatre, a business center, on site dry cleaners and 5 miles of fitness trails. The apartments are sparsely furnished and will not be equipped with kitchen utensils or housewares; there is no phone, television or DVD players in the apartments. Students will need to provide their own towels, bed sheets and pillow for a single bed.
Park La Brea apartments are within walking distance of the most famous celebrity shopping area in LA called The Grove, Farmer's Market and CBS Television City. There is also a Kmart and Ross within walking distance.
The apartments have kitchens but are not equipped with utensils or housewares. You will have to supply your own cooking utensils. There is no guarantee that every apartment has a microwave. There is a Whole Foods Market, Ralph’s & Trader Joe’s within walking distance.
This program can be rigorous, and some of the events may require demanding physical activities. Participants should possess the ability to:
Regent University may be unable to provide special accommodations for people with disabilities. Any person who believes he/she may need special accommodations must contact the Disability Services Coordinator to discuss his/her needs in advance, with ample time to make appropriate accommodations as needed. If a person needs personal assistance during the trip, that person must bring a companion/assistant at full price. If you have any questions regarding special accommodations for people with disabilities, contact Mr. Adam Williams at 757-352-4894 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.