Dance Studio Reservations


Dittmann Center has three beautiful dance studios that are in high-demand during the academic year. If you would like to reserve a dance studio please read carefully. The use of the dance studios is contingent on space availability. Dance staff and students receive first consideration.


Priority order for studio usage:

  1. Dance Faculty
  2. Dance Department Guest Artists
  3. Students from Dance Department Academic classes
  4. Students from Veselica or Companydance
  5. Other Academic Classes from St. Olaf
  6. Extra Curricular Activities from St. Olaf
  7. Off campus Users


Instructions for reserving a dance studio by St. Olaf faculty, staff and students

Studio sign up sheets are displayed in the hallway between Studio 1 and 2 one week at a time for last minute sign ups. Please read these detailed studio use guidelines before using a dance studio. If you are requesting to use a studio beyond the current week please follow these steps:

NOTE: The dance studios are closed for the summer!

Watch a short “Studio Certification” video and take the quiz on Moodle. Click here to request to be added to the Moodle course. Once added, you will receive an email notifying you and you may proceed to STEP TWO. If you have already passed the quiz please skip to STEP THREE.

After you receive an email confirmation that you have been added to the course (Dance Studio Use Certification), log onto the 2014-15 Moodle site to read the rules, watch a short video and complete a quiz based on what you learned. You must get 100% correct on the quiz.

After you have passed the quiz, submit your requestYou will be notified whether your request was approved or not.

Instructions for non-St. Olaf requests

If you are a not a St. Olaf faculty, staff or student and want to reserve a studio during the summer months, please contact the Office of Camps, Conferences and Events at 507-786-3031 or email

IMPORTANT! The user agrees to follow the rules as outlined in the detailed studio use guidelines for non-St. Olaf users.