Enrolling new minors for Fall 2019

Colorado State University host the 2012 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Region VII conference held at the University Center for the Arts. Prop Food: How To Fool Them Every Time, presented by Robin Payne. UCA 228 Feb. 13 – 17, 2012.

“Once we rid ourselves of traditional thinking we can get on with creating the future.”
— James Bertrand

The Minor in Arts Leadership and Administration is open to all Music, Theater, Dance and Art undergraduate students at Colorado State University. Interested students in other majors are encouraged to contact the Arts Leadership and Administration staff (leap_csu@colostate.edu) to add the minor to their degree program. The curriculum is designed to enhance the skills of current undergraduates that are needed to be a successful artist beyond the studio, stage, classroom, therapeutic practice and performance hall.

Have you ever considered starting a business? All Arts Leadership and Administration Program students are eligible to enroll for the College of Business New Economy Venture Accelerator. This program provides entrepreneurship training, advisement, mentoring, and work space for student run ventures. Selected business ideas are incubated for a 12 month period to develop the idea and to better position it for a successful launch. For more information regarding the curriculum, please visit the New Economy Venture Accelerator website.

The LEAP Institute for the Arts offers college credit for semester-long internships hosted by local, regional, and national arts organizations. Our students have interned at Gretel Graphic Design (New York, NY), the Atlanta Ballet, Opera Fort Collins, OpenStage Theatre, KRFC, among others.

Visit the Internship Page for more information and internship forms.

For advising, please contact:

Janice McFadden
Email: Janice.McFadden@colostate.edu
Phone:(970) 491-3746
Office: Clark C-207