applications for asctc 2020 are open!


Application deadline: may 17, 2020

All About Applying

I want to come to camp. where do I start?

The first step for everyone towards getting to camp is filling out an application.

Applications are free to submit and have no strings attached; they cost you nothing but some time and effort, and they neither obligate you to attend camp nor guarantee you a spot at camp.

I filled out and submitted the application – now what?

We will review your application and contact applicants and their families regarding admittance. Applications close on Sunday, May 17, 2020.

I was accepted! Now what? 

Congratulations on your acceptance! But you’re not done yet – after submitting the application and being accepted, parents and guardians must then register to secure their campers’ place in one or both sessions.

Registration requires a $150 tuition deposit and guarantees your spot in the accepted session. Acceptance emails sent to campers and their families will contain a custom link to their personal registration form, as well as a link to the financial aid application.

How Do I apply for Financial Aid?

Campers and parents should fill out the financial aid application together. Only accepted campers may apply for financial aid. Families may apply for financial aid at any time after acceptance, whether before or after registering, but must apply before the financial aid application deadline on April 1.

How is “registering” different from “applying”?

Registering is not the same as applying! As it says above, the ASC Theatre Camp does not charge an application fee (because applying to camp shouldn’t cost you anything), but accepted applicants must in turn accept their acceptances by submitting the registration form – which includes paying a $150 tuition deposit.

Registration is required to hold your place in either session. If you do not register and pay the $150 non-refundable tuition deposit, you may lose your place and move to our waiting list. 

Please carefully review the registration checklists for both campers and parents.