USJ’s dance department will show you how dance can be a lasting part of your life & career. As a dance minor, you will participate in on-stage performances, master classes, independent studies, and internship opportunities. Best of all: the minor includes participation in the University of Saint Joseph Dance Ensemble.
Love to dance? So do we! Dance has been an important part of the USJ community since the beginning.
All students interested in keeping their passion for dance alive are invited to participate in the USJ Dance Ensemble. As an ensemble member and a dance minor, you will
The USJ Dance Ensemble includes a dance team (that performs at athletic events) and a performance-based ensemble. Key events & opportunities include
Department of Culture, Arts and Languages
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