In this exclusive, passionate and supportive environment you will attend workshops and clinics, develop vital skills, learn music, and be inspired by both your teachers and peers. TSVI intentionally creates an extremely challenging and fun environment promoting your productivity and progress.
Your TSVI experience begins with check-in on Sunday, July 6, followed by dinner and a meet and greet.
We accept rising juniors and seniors in high school and college students at the undergraduate level. (College students: You must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at the time of application to the TSVI.)
As a TSVI student you will reside in one of five state-of-the-art residence halls on the Christopher Newport campus. These state-of-the-art facilities come complete with a computer lab, coin-operated laundry room, multipurpose room and campus-wide WiFi.
You will have your meals on campus in one of our exceptional dining halls. Menus will vary, offering plenty of options for all.
Please remember, these are general guidelines. There are many acceptable variations. A good rule of thumb is to ask yourself if your attire is appropriate for the activity level and whether it represents you in the most professional light.
CNU has authorized the operation of a full-time, professionally trained police department, responsible for the safety and welfare of all members of the campus community and their guests. Our university police are committed to providing a safe and secure environment.
Note: Upon your TSVI acceptance, you will receive more detailed information regarding residential life, what to bring to campus and additional university services.