The arts-based living community, “Studio 91” will be housed in Cone Residence Hall. Cone Hall is conveniently located near the Music Building and other first year residence halls.
Studio 91 is a community of students who share a common passion for the arts. Many of our members are majors or minors in arts fields such as music, dance, theatre, or art, new media and design. However, we also have students who are chemistry, criminal justice, and accounting majors, as well as students who are currently undeclared. What they all have in common is an appreciation for the arts. The most important thing about our residence hall is that it provides an atmosphere where you can gain the opportunity, support, and experience you’ll need to flourish at UNCG.
Through specialized interaction programming, students in Cone Hall explore innovation and creativity across disciplines. They expand their knowledge of the arts, support each other in creative work, and experience deeper connections between the arts at UNCG and the community.
CVPA students in this community often quickly develop into leaders of the UNCG arts community, taking on major roles in theater, music, and dance performances, and creating significant works in the literary and visual arts.
Benefits of living in Studio 91 at UNCG
Studio 91 members have direct access to:
- a new wing of practice rooms for music and theater, a music composition computer lab, a drawing lounge, and a small dance practice room with a sprung floor and mirrors. (all in their residence hall)
- Experience on-campus music, theater and dance performances, art exhibitions and film screenings
- Learn from faculty speakers and guest lectures
- Travel to many galleries, museums and performances
- Work collaboratively with students across the arts
Majors in any of CVPA’s schools or program and ANY first-year student interested in the arts may apply to Studio 91 via the new student housing application, which goes live online on February 15, 2018. Students must also complete a separate housing application.
For more information about Studio 91 please contact:
Alicia G. Dugas, Recruitment Officer
College of Visual and Performing Arts
University of North Carolina Greensboro
firstname.lastname@example.org | 336.334.5581
Visit the Housing and Residence Life website to learn more about Cone Hall
Yes, I would highly recommend this experience. Living with other people who appreciate the arts really helps with the college transition and getting to know people.
It takes away your homesickness and you feel like you belong.