Q: Does HB Studio provide scholarships or work-study opportunities?
A: We offer limited scholarships on a term-by-term basis and an opportunity for students to apply for our work-study program. For more information visit our Financial Aid page.
Q: What if I am not a US Citizen?
A: We offer a student visa program for students from abroad who are interested in learning here at HB. The International program requires that you apply and provide several types of documentation before you can be considered for enrollment. Read all about our International Program.
Q: May I sit in on a class?
A: HB Studio offers an opportunity for new and existing students to audit any of our full-term (10-week) classes one time per instructor for $20.00 each per audit. To learn more, visit our Audit a Class page.
Q: Do I have to audition?
A: Auditions are required for any new student who wishes to be considered for our upper-level courses. There is no audition required to register for our level 1 course offerings.
Q: When are auditions?
A: Auditions are held throughout the year. To learn more about our audition requirements and to sign up for upcoming dates, visit our Auditions page.
Q: How soon after my audition will I hear about my placement?
A: We typically respond 1-2 weeks after your audition with your placement information.
Q: Is there a payment plan available?
A: HB Studio provides students in need the option to make payments on a pre-approved payment plan. Please contact Student Affairs to make an inquiry regarding payment options.
Q: What size are HB Studio’s classes?
A: The average class size at HB is 13 – 14 participants, and class sizes vary by department and instructor. The maximum class size is determined on a per-class basis, and typically ranges from 16-25. Enrollment is not permitted once a class has reached its max, but in such cases you may join the waiting list.
A: Every term at HB Studio runs for 10 weeks. Each 10 week term is divided into 5 week halves: Part A and Part B. Certain classes are offered in Part A and Part B sections, which provides you with the opportunity to sign up for just 5 weeks at a time. You can sign up for either Part A or Part B. You can join Part B without taking Part A. These classes are designed to be ongoing, and will work for students who are continuing from Part A or a prior term, as well as for students who start at Part B. If you sign up for both Part A and Part B of the same class at the start of the term, you will automatically receive $15 off at checkout, provided that you purchase both at the same time.
A: All online classes are held in NYC’s Eastern Time Zone. For the 2020-2021 year, this is Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−04:00) until Sunday, November 1, 2020. On November 1, daylight savings time ends and the clocks fall back one hour to Eastern Savings Time (UTC−05:00). Daylight savings time resumes on Sunday, March 14, 2021 when classes will return to EDT (UTC−04:00).
Q: When will I receive the Zoom link for joining my online class?
A: You will receive an email with the Zoom link the day before the first session of class. You will use the same link for all sessions of the class.
Additional Questions? Email our registration office at firstname.lastname@example.org — We look forward to hearing from you!