Non-Refundable Application Fee: $29 - Due upon submission of application.
Down-Payment: 7% of invoice - Due upon receipt of invoice.
A 3.95% processing fee for all credit card payments.
Upper Division Tuition: $1399; Early birds, those who register before February 27th, will only pay $1299 for tuition. After February 27th, tuition will cost $1399.
Younger Division Tuition: $599
The Summer Woodshed (July 5-7): $400
The Winter Woodshed (February 23-25): $400
Monthly Financing is available. Payments may be made by check or credit card.
ROOM AND BOARD
FASA students and families are also able to stay on the beautiful campus of Lipscomb University. Students ages 14+ are eligible to stay in the Singles housing. Girls and boys occupy separate dormitories. Each student will be placed with a specific chaperone in a suite of rooms that will be filled with age-appropriate companions or a companion of their choice. Curfew is 10:00 PM and the strictest measures of safety are kept for the benefit of the students who attend.
All FASA students are required to read and sign the FASA and Lipscomb Honor Code.
Housing for families and individuals is available on Lipscomb University Campus. Families are also free to board in local hotels.
Student Housing: Separate boys and girls dorms for students 14+. Students share a room and are overseen by dorm chaperones during their stay at FASA.
Student Housing: $350 - 10 nights (July 8 @ $35 per night (this is a split price between two students).
Family Housing: Co-ed housing arranged in suites.
Family housing is configured by suites. Each suite contains 4 bedrooms with 2 twin beds each and a living area and bathroom containing 2 toilets and 2 showers. A family can purchase however many bedrooms they need. If all 4 bedrooms are not purchased, the family will be sharing the living space and bathroom with other families.
There are four options for Family Housing:
- Family Housing - $60 per night - 1 room with 2 twin beds shared bathroom with another family.
- Younger Division: July 8-15 (8 nights) $480
- Upper Division: July 8-17 (10 nights) $600
- Family Housing - $110 per nights - 2 room with 4 twin beds private bathroom
- Younger Division: July 8-15 (8 nights) $880
- Upper Division: July 8-17 (10 nights) $1100
Meal Cards are available for students and their families to eat at Lipscomb's Bison Cafeteria. Individual meals may be purchased by card or cash. A full buffet of delicious hot and cold meal options are available. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available as well.
Students living without family on campus are required to purchase a 2 or 3 meal a day plan.
$120 - 1-Meal Plan*
$220 - 2-Meal Plan*
$320 - 3-Meal Plan*
*All meal plans include dinner day of arrival and two meals on the day of the Opry House performance.
Younger Divison Meal Plan:
All Younger Division students have the option of a Lunch Plan. Monday - Friday Lipscomb's Bison Cafeteria will prepare brown bag lunches for Younger Division students. Students will also be fed Saturday, July 15 in conjunction with their final performance.
Any cancellations before June 1 will be refunded in full. Any cancellations after June 1 will not be refunded unless in the situation of family emergency.
Financial Aid & mERIT-bASED Scholarships
Every year students struggle to raise the funds necessary to come to FASA. It's a big commitment, but one that is well worth the effort. But there's good news! FASA has partnered with an organization named FundEasy to help you raise funds for your FASA experience.
Here's the great part: Any funds you raise on your personal fundraising page will be automatically sent to the Annie Moses Foundation and will be credited to your tuition. Any amount raised above your owed amount will go toward helping another young student join you on the stage this summer. It's a wonderful way to pay it forward. If you're interested in tips on Fundraising, check out the button below.
IMPORTANT: For those of you have submitted Scholarship applications: FASA requires that you have an active FundEasy page to be considered for Scholarship funds.
Now we know: some of you may feel reluctant to ask family and friends to help out. Many of us are not used to asking for help.
But let us assure you: year after year we have seen students raise more than enough to come to the Academy. The people in your life love you and want to help you!
It's simple: FASA is a transformational event that helps young artists like you realize their musical aspirations. It's a worthy event, and your talents are worth someone's investment. So simply click below to start your own online fundraising page and make a difference!
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS & requirements
Application Deadline is March 15th.
Financial Aid is awarded based upon the financial need of the student and the availability of space within tracks.
1. One page essay by student describing their artistic goals and reasons for attending FASA.
2. Parents or other financial responsible party must write a description of their financial situation and why they are applying for financial aid.
3. 2 letters of recommendation: 1 letter from music or artistic instructor and 1 letter from a pastor or spiritual mentor.
4. 3-5 minute DVD of student playing/performing in their given track of study.
IMPORTANT: All students must have completed FASA Registration and have an active FundEasy page to be considered for a Scholarship.