Scholarships are available for all Hubbard Hall classes.

Hubbard Hall is committed to making the arts accessible to all. We have an active work-study scholarship program where students in our dance, movement arts, music, theater and visual arts programs can volunteer time in a variety of ways in exchange for partial-tuition or full-tuition support for classes, workshops and intensives. Work-Study Scholars (or their parents) help with a variety of tasks, from class registration and ticket taking to building maintenance and gardening, from sewing costumes to outreach & marketing.

Scholarship Requests are granted for each term of study, and priority is given to applications received by the deadline. Please apply no later than July 1, 2024 to be considered for the Summer Term. A member of our Scholarship Committee will contact you regarding volunteer opportunities in exchange for tuition assistance. Complete a Scholarship Application (general information, private, no financial details necessary) by downloading a pdf from the Hubbard Hall website or call Hubbard Hall at 518-677-2495 for more information. Please e-mail the application to


Supported by the Karen Strand Endowment Fund and the Robert H. Wentorf Foundation