The fastest way to register for a camp is online. Here’s how:
Find the camp you want. You can search by program, location, or student age.
Click on the button and follow the on screen instructions.
You can also register the following ways:
888-497-3553 Toll Free
350 Ignacio Blvd Suite 101
Novato, CA 94949
415 924 6477
- Select a Program
- Student Info
- Parent Info
- Additional Info
- Billing Info
- Confirmation Email
- Supplemental Forms
- Info Packet (May)
- Camp Start
“The communication with Abby and with Karen was excellent, they were very helpful, kind, and they always solved my doubts and gave me precise and needed information.”
– Patricia H.
Please call us to speak to one of our staff. We can answer all of your questions and register you at the same time.
Refund Policy For All Campers Without Cancellation Protection
If you have to cancel, for any reason, we will issue you a CAMP CREDIT for all tuition paid, minus $150, valid through the following calendar year. Your CAMP CREDIT is transferable to any family member and may be used at any US Performing Arts Camp/Workshop. Prior to May 1 cash refunds will be given only with the purchase of Cancellation Protection (see terms below).
Leaving After Check-in
After a camper has checked in at camp, if they need to leave for any reason, no credits or refunds will be given for the current session or any sessions to follow. Any campers dismissed for cause by USPA or university staff will not receive any credits or refunds for any and all programs for which they are registered. Students sent home in violation of our rules, for medical reasons, at the discretion of the student, family, or US Performing Arts will receive no refund or camp credit. Campers found in violation of the code of conduct will be dismissed immediately from the program and housing. Parents will be responsible for all fees, arrangements, and transportation immediately following dismissal.
”Peace of Mind” Cancellation Protection (Purchased at the time of Registration)
Prior to May 1:
US Performing Arts offers our camp families “Peace of Mind Cancellation Protection for $50 per session, due at the time of registration. Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of your camp tuition fees paid to date if you cancel for any reason prior to May 1. Please note: $50 Cancellation Protection and $150 Registration fee are non-refundable.
After May 1:
With Cancellation Protection, if you cancel after your final payment due date of May 1, we will issue you a camp credit for your tuition payments made. Your camp credit will be transferable to an immediate family member and can be used for any US Performing Arts Camp/Workshop. For camps running in 2020, camp vouchers are valid through 2021.
NO CAMP CREDIT WILL BE ISSUED FOR ANY CANCELLATION MADE WITHIN 14 DAYS OF THE START OF CAMP.
Cancellation by US Performing Arts
In the unlikely event that US Performing Arts Camps cancels your camp session, we will refund only your camp tuition and registration fee. Camper waives any and all damages that may otherwise arise out of any camp cancellation and agrees to accept as liquidated damages said registration fees.
Wait List Procedure
In order to be placed on the wait list a customer must pay the full deposit. When a space becomes available the customer will be notified. They can then be moved into the available camp space. If they decline at that time their deposit will be refunded minus the registration fee ($150). They may ask to be removed from the wait list at any time prior to a spot opening for a full refund. If the student does not get a spot in the camp prior to the start of camp they will receive a full refund.
Additional charges may apply to returned checks and credit card charge backs. Note: A registration fee of $150 will be applied to all students each season and is included in the tuition price. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Leaving After Check-in
After a camper has checked in at camp, if they need to leave for any reason, no credits or refunds will be given for the current session or any sessions to follow. Any campers dismissed for cause by USPA or university staff will not receive any credits or refunds for any and all programs for which they are registered. Students sent home in violation of our rules, for medical reasons, at the discretion of the student, family, or US Performing Arts will receive no refund. Campers found in violation of the code of conduct will be dismissed immediately from the program and housing. Parents will be responsible for all fees, arrangements, and transportation immediately following dismissal.
On campuses where a commuter/day student option is offered, commuter students will be responsible for the same Code of Conduct as the residential students regarding overall camp policies. In addition, commuters will be held responsible for arriving at camp each day at the appointed time and place. Students will not be admitted late to class. Commuter students are expected to be in class each day and no exceptions will be made for lateness or absence. Students dismissed from the camp/workshop for any breach of policy will not be refunded any portion of money paid. The commuter day is from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Commuter students will be required to arrive no later than 8:45 a.m. each morning. Depending on the nature of the camp/workshop there may be some requirement to attend evening activities. A schedule, possibly subject to change, will be given to each student at orientation. The camp/workshops depend on collaborative learning experiences and are intended to be “serious fun” for students serious about trying new things and improving their craft.
Advertising and Publicity
By registering for any USPA program you agree that US Performing Arts Camps, Inc. retains the right to use, for publicity and advertising purposes, photographs, films and videos of camper taken at camp.