We are pleased to learn of your interest in the Hollywood P.O.V. Program!
You will meet media professionals with expertise in many of the areas listed. You'll also get a rare look inside the facilities where the real work happens, including recording studios, sound stages and production houses. Previous site visits have included: Nickelodeon Animation Studios, a live taping of the CBS sitcom "Mom", a private tour of the "Young and the Restless" soundstage with the soap opera's associate casting director, a meet and greet with audio engineers at L.A. Studios, a tour of the iconic Hollywood Bowl followed by the L.A. Philharmonic in concert. In addition, you'll have the opportunity to network with dozens of SUNY Oswego alumni who live and work in greater Los Angeles.
Dates of the program have been tentatively set for January 8th - January 17th, 2017.
You will be registered for a Quarter 2 course in Fall 2016 upon acceptance to the program, and receive 3 credits upon completion of the program, assuming you adequately complete all assignments and requirements outlined in the course syllabus.
The program cost is tentatively set at $1800*. This fee does not include airfare or most meals. The program cost includes hotel for the duration of the program, transportation while in Los Angeles, some meals, excursions, and first-hand access to the entertainment capital of the world.
The process of applying to be a part of Hollywood P.O.V. is as follows:
1. Please complete the application found at this link: tinyurl.com/hollywoodpov2016 and it submit it no later than WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th, 2016.
2. After submission of the application, you will then receive an email stating whether you will be granted a phone/Skype interview with either Prof. Michael Riecke or Prof. Jeff Bradbury.
3. Accepted students will be notified when final decision on admission has been made. Acceptance notification occurs within approximately two weeks of your interview. Those accepted students will be required to submit a deposit of $150, payable to “SUNY Oswego”. This fee is non-refundable, and will be credited to the tentative program fee of $1800.