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BCAS Summer Camps

bcascamps10-026Summer is the perfect time for students to take advantage of multiple opportunities at the Butler Community Arts School. Most of our camps serve ages 7-12 and 12-17 and are offered with both commuter and residential options. An Adult Big-Band Workshop is available for those who are not professional musicians, but have a passion for music.

A new, all-encompassing arts camp has been added to an already strong list of programming that includes everything from piano and percussion to vocal jazz and bass. With so many options, students are bound to find a program that fits!

Listed below are the details for each of our summer camps. Explore them now.

Piano Camp 1 ~ Details:

Ages 12-18
June 22-27, 2014 (Sunday evening through Friday afternoon)
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition:  $295 commuter (includes lunch), $495 residential (includes dorm & 3 meals/day)
 Registration deadline: May 15  Deadline extended to May 29 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received by May 29 with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).

 

Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Sunday, June 22, 7-9 p.m.:  Residential campers check in.
  • Monday, June 23, 8:30 a.m.: Commuter campers check in.
  • Monday-Wednesday, June 23-25:  ALL campers follow daily schedule of private lessons, ensemble classes, and elective classes. Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition.
  • Thursday, June 26, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule, PLUS stay for dinner (no additional charge) and evening talent show.
  • Friday, June 27, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.: Finale recital begins at 2 p.m. Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital. Dorm check-out is immediately before or after the recital.

This camp is open to students ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp). No audition is required; all levels are welcome. All students receive daily private lessons and master classes. Other sessions include theory, ensemble, music history, sight playing, and guest speakers and performers. Optional classes may include dance, improvisation, composition, and steel drum ensemble.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 7-9 p.m. on Sunday evening; check-out is before or after the recital on Friday. It is generally recommended that younger students attend as commuter students. Commuters arrive by 9 a.m. each day and may be picked up at 5:30 p.m.  Registration deadline May 15; residential campers must be paid in full by June 1. Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Total Percussion Camp ~ Details:

Ages 12-18
June 15-19, 2014 

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $295 commuter (includes lunch); $495 residential (includes dorm & 3 meals/day)
Registration deadline: May 15 Deadline extended to May 29 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received by May 29 with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).

This camp is open to ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp).  No audition is required; all levels are welcome, although it is recommended that participants have at least one year of prior study on snare drum. All students will receive instruction on snare, drum set, timpani, mallets, world percussion, steel drums, and concert percussion. A short placement audition may be held on the first day of camp.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 7-9 p.m. on Sunday evening; check-out is before or after the recital on Thursday. It is generally recommended that younger campers attend as commuter students if this is their first camp experience. Commuters arrive by 9 a.m. each day and should be picked up at 5:30 p.m.  Registration deadline is May 15; residential campers must be paid in full June 1. Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.
 
 Tentative Schedule from 2014:

  • Sunday, June 15, 7-9 p.m.: Residential campers check in.
  • Monday, June 16, 8:30am: Commuter campers check in.
  • Monday-Wednesday, June 16-18, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule of classes. Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition.
  • Thursday, June 19, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule, PLUS stay for dinner (no additional charge). Finale recital begins at 7 p.m. (tentative).  Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital.

NOTE: Residential campers who enroll for Total Percussion Camp AND Snare and Tenor Camp may stay in the dorm from Thursday evening, June 19, until check-in for Snare and Tenor camp on Friday, June 20. Note: additional dorm and meal fees will apply.


Featured Faculty
Butler University Percussion Artist-in-Residence Jon Crabiel; Jeff Queen, International Snare Drumming World Champion, national clinician and author, soloist in Blast! On Broadway; and Matt McGraw, drum set and Latin percussionist.

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Bass Camp ~ Details:

Ages 12-21
June 15-20, 2014 

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $295 commuter (includes lunch); $495 residential (includes dorm & 3 meals/day)
Registration deadline: May 15 Deadline extended to May 29 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received by May 29 with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration  Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).
      
bass camp photoNo audition is required; all levels are welcome, although it is recommended that participants have at least one year of prior study. A short placement audition may be held on the first day of camp.  Please be ready to play a one-to-three minute solo or etude. Campers should bring their own instrument for the entire camp.
 
Camp will include: daily stretching and movement; classes on bass technique; master classes; bass chamber ensembles; and private lesson(s) with camp faculty. Finale concert will feature all campers.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 7-9 p.m. on Sunday evening; check-out is Friday after the recital. It is generally recommended that younger students attend as commuters if this is their first camp experience.  Registration deadline is May 15. Residential campers must pay in full by June 1. Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.
 
Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Sunday, June 15, 7-9 p.m.: Residential campers check in.
  • Monday, June 16, 8:30am: Commuter campers check in.
  • Monday-Thursday, June 16-20, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.:  ALL campers follow daily schedule of classes. Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition. Optional evening concerts TBA.
  • Friday, June 20, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule.  Final concert is at 3pm.  Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital.  Dorm check-out is immediately before or after the recital.

 

Featured Faculty
Butler Bass Camp will feature David Murray, professor of bass at Butler University, and the Bad Boyz of Double Bass Quartet - David Murray, Anthony Stoops, Volkan Orhon, and Paul Sharpe; with Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra associate principal bass Robert Goodlett.

Need-based scholarships are available for ages 12-17; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Snare and Tenor Camp ~ Details:

Ages 13-21
June 20-22, 2014
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $245 commuter (includes Friday pizza and Saturday lunch/dinner); $345 residential (includes dorm & Friday pizza; Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday breakfast)
Registration deadline: May 15 Deadline extended to May 29 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received by May 29 with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration  Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).

snare camp photoNo audition is required; all levels are welcome. It is recommended that participants have at least two years of prior study on snare drum; prior marching percussion experience is helpful. This drum-corps-style camp weekend will feature one-on-one and group instruction for snares and quads with Jeff Queen and Bill Bachman.

You will leave camp with:

  • A complete selection of custom tailored exercises to improve general and specific areas of your playing.
  • Strategies on exactly HOW to practice in order to improve at the fastest rate possible.
  • Development of a clear plan that will help you in achieving your next level of playing.

Learn more on the camp's Facebook page

Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Friday, June 20: 5-9 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 21: 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 22: 9 a.m.-Noon, informal concert at 11 a.m.

Housing for the Snare and Tenor Camp is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 20; check-out is noon on Sunday, June 22. It is generally recommended that younger students attend as commuters if this is their first camp experience. Commuters participate in all sessions, but are picked up at 9 p.m. each evening. Commuter tuition includes dinner on Friday and both lunch and dinner on Saturday. Residential tuition includes dinner on Friday, three meals on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday.

NOTE: Residential campers who enroll for Total Percussion Camp AND Snare and Tenor Camp may stay in the dorm from Thursday evening, June 19, until check-in for Snare and Tenor camp on Friday, June 20. Note: additional dorm and meal fees will apply.


Registration deadline is May 15; residential tuition is due in full by June 1.  Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.

Featured Faculty

  • Jeff Queen: international snare drum champion; original cast member of BLAST!; and worldwide clinician, author and educator.
  • Bill Bachman: international clinician, author, and tenor drumming guru.

Need-based scholarships are available for ages 12-17; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

String Scholars Camp ~ Details:

Ages 12-18
June 22-26, 2014 

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $295 commuter (includes lunch); $495 residential (includes dorm & 3 meals/day)
Registration deadline: May 15 Deadline extended to May 29 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received by May 29 with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration  Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).
      
This camp is open to students ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp).  No audition is required; all levels are welcome, although it is recommended that participants have at least one year of prior study on their instrument (violin, viola, cello, upright bass). A short placement audition will be held on the first day of camp. We expect to have at least two orchestras, based on ability. Campers need to provide their own instrument.

The String Scholars camp features: daily orchestra rehearsals and finale concert with Richard Auldon Clark, conductor of the Butler Symphony Orchestra; daily sectionals and technique class with Butler faculty and music majors; other typical college music classes such as music theory and electives. Additional classes typically include drumming, dance, and keyboard. Special sessions will be held on topics of college readiness and access, including how to prepare for an audition, choosing a major or college, financial aid, career paths in music, and more.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 4:30-6 p.m. on Sunday evening; check-out is Thursday evening before or after the recital. Commuters arrive by 9 a.m. each day and may be picked up at 5:30 p.m. Early drop-off is also available. On Sunday, all campers, including commuters, should plan to attend sessions from 6-9 p.m. Residential camper tuition is due in full by June 1.  Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.
 
Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Sunday, June 22, 6-9 p.m.:  ALL campers attend for orientation, scheduling, placement, get-acquainted activities, and group ensemble sessions.
  • Monday, June 23 and Tuesday, June 24, 9-5:30 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule of classes.  Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition.
  • Wednesday, June 25, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule, PLUS stay for dinner (no additional charge) and evening rehearsal.
  • Thursday, June 26, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule, PLUS stay for dinner (no additional charge). Finale recital begins at 7 p.m. (tentative). Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital.

A Typical Day (subject to change):

  • 8-9 a.m. Arrival and warm-up time
  • 9-9:50 a.m. Sectional
  • 10-10:50 a.m. Theory class
  • 11-11:50 a.m. Technique class
  • Noon-12:50 p.m. Lunch in Student Union
  • 1-1:50 p.m. Elective
  • 2-2:50 p.m. Special guests
  • 3-5 p.m. Orchestra
  • 5-5:30 p.m. Wrap-up
  • 5:30-6:30 p.m. Departure

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Arts Camp 1 & 2 ~ Details:

Ages 7-12
July 7-11, 2014 OR July 14-18, 2014; 1:30-5:30 p.m. daily

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $155
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed for Arts Camp 1 & 2

Art Camp 1 Camper information letter

Art Camp 2 Camper information letter
   
Butler Arts Camp is designed for students who wish to explore ALL of the arts - music, visual art, theatre, and dance - in fun, hands-on activities with Butler students. NO previous experience necessary. Our intent is to stimulate imagination and provide attainable challenges while exploring new art forms. Tuition includes snacks, T-shirt, and all materials.

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Piano Camp 2 ~ Details:

Ages 7-12
July 7-11, 2014; 9am-12:30pm daily 

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $155
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration  Registration Closed

Piano Camp 2 Camper information letter
   
Butler piano camp for ages 7-12 is designed for students with prior piano study. It is recommended that students have at least one year of piano study. Students will be divided into smaller groups based on age and repertoire level. Activities will focus on music skills that are appropriate for students in each respective group. Our intent is to maintain interest, stimulate imagination, and provide attainable challenges. Classes may include repertoire, ensemble, music theory, and games.

Students should bring a favorite solo piece to share (memory optional). Ensemble pieces will be provided the first day of camp. Tuition includes snacks, T-shirt, and all materials.

Of Special Interest to July Piano Campers:
NEW Arts Camp 1 from 1:30-5:30 p.m. during the week of Piano Camp, July 7-11. Students can take an adventure through all of the arts, including visual art, dance, percussion, and theatre. No prior experience within these art forms is necessary. Tuition is $155, including materials. For any student who registers for July Piano Camp and Arts Camp, lunch is on us! Students will be supervised and provided a free lunch from 12:30-1:30 p.m. until the start of Arts Camp 1.

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Jazz Camp ~ Details:

Ages 12-18
July 13-18, 2014 

Sunday, July 13, 6pm-9pm; Monday, July 14 through Friday, July 18, 9am-5:30pm
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $275
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).

This camp is open to students ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp)  No audition is required for admission to camp; all levels are welcome, although it is strongly recommended that participants have at least one year of prior study on their instrument. A short placement audition will be held on the first day of camp (Sunday). Campers should provide their own instrument. Guitarists should bring their own amp.

This weeklong jazz camp provides the opportunity for youth in rising grades 7-12 to participate in a fun and intense jazz-learning experience under the direction of professional staff led by Matt Pivec, director of jazz studies at Butler University. The faculty will include local jazz professionals. Sessions may include combo rehearsals, big-band rehearsals, jazz improvisation, jazz history, and instrument-specific master classes. The week culminates with a 3:30pm concert on Friday featuring all of the campers.

Camp begins on Sunday July 13; all campers should attend from 6-9 p.m. Pizza will be provided.

Need-based scholarships are available for ages 12-17; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

Adult Big-Band Workshop ~ Details:

June 29, 2014; 2-5pm, pre-camp auditions and orientation
July 13-18, 2014; 6-9pm, big-band rehearsals
July 17, 2014; 7-9pm, family concert at Butler
July 18, 2014; 6-9pm, performance at The Jazz Kitchen 

Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $215
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Applicants typically are adults from all walks of professional life who are not professional musicians, but have continued to maintain their interest in playing. Participants should be able to read music at the intermediate level and, ideally, have had at least some minimal experience in reading jazz or big-band charts. Improvisation skills are not required, but some improvisation training will be provided during the week.

This workshop provides the opportunity for adults with intermediate to advanced skills on their instrument to participate in a true big-band learning experience under the direction of a professional staff, including Mark Buselli and Matt Pivec. Performance charts will be selected from those typical of Basie, Miller, Nestico, Ellington, Kenton, and Holman. Bands will consist of saxophones, trombones, trumpets, piano, bass, guitar and drums.

The workshop begins with orientation and auditions the afternoon of Sunday, June 29, followed by daily evening band rehearsals during the week of July 13 starting at 6pm.  The culmination of the week is a performance at Indy's well-known spot for jazz - The Jazz Kitchen.

Early registration is advised due to the limited number of positions available to assemble bands. Registrations which are not accepted will have the entire deposit refunded.

OPTIONAL classes will be offered each evening at 5-5:50 p.m. (Sunday through Thursday), prior to the big-band rehearsals at 6 p.m. Classes are subject to change. Limited class size is available. Class fee is $50.

  • 5-5:50 p.m.: Jazz Sight-Reading is designed to help the student cope with the rigorous demands of jazz rhythms, inflections, and articulations.
  • 5-5:50 p.m.: Jazz Improv/Theory explores the art of creating an improvised solo by exploring chord/scale theory, rhythm, and listening examples.

 

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

Strings Camp ~ Details:

Ages 7-12
July 14-19, 2014; 9am-12:30pm daily
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $155
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Strings Camp camper information letter
  
Butler strings camp for ages 7-12 is designed for students with prior strings study (violin, viola, cello, upright bass). It is recommended that students have had at least one year of prior study. Students will be divided into smaller groups based on age and repertoire level. Activities will focus on music skills that are appropriate for students in each respective group. Our intent is to maintain interest, stimulate imagination, and provide attainable challenges. Classes may include repertoire, orchestra, music theory, and games.

Students should bring a favorite solo piece to share (memory optional). Ensemble pieces will be provided the first day of camp. Tuition includes snacks, T-shirt, and all materials. Campers should provide their own instrument.

Of Special Interest to Strings Campers:
Arts Camp 2 from 1:30-5:30 p.m. during the week of Strings Camp, July 14-18. Students can take an adventure through all of the arts, including visual art, dance, percussion, and theatre. No prior experience within these art forms is necessary. Tuition is $155, including materials. For any student who registers for Strings Camp and Arts Camp 2, lunch is on us! Students will be supervised and provided a free lunch from 12:30-1:30 p.m. until the start of Arts Camp 2.

Need-based scholarships are available; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

Vocal Jazz Camp ~ Details:

Ages 14-18
June 20-24, 2014 
 (Friday-Tuesday)
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $285 commuter (includes lunch); $485 residential (includes dorm & 3 meals/day)
Registration deadline: May 15 (please note: residential tuition must be paid in full by June 1; for commuters, a $50 deposit must be received with the registration form).

Registration form (pdf) OR Click Here to Register Online Registration CLOSED

This camp is open to ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp).  Camp is a weeklong, intensive experience in vocal jazz performance, with exposure to diverse vocal styles, theory/musicianship, vocal technique, and integrated technology.  No audition is required for this camp; however, it is recommended that participants have at least one year of prior experience in a choral ensemble.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 4:30-6 p.m. on Friday evening; check-out is on Tuesday evening following the recital. It is generally recommended that younger students attend as commuters if this is their first camp experience. Commuters arrive by 9 a.m. each day and should be picked up at 5:30 p.m. On Friday June 20, all campers, including commuters, should plan to attend from 6-9 p.m.

Registration deadline is May 15.  Residential tuition is due in full by June 1.  Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.
 
Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Friday, June 20, 6-9 p.m.: ALL campers attend for orientation, scheduling, placement, get-acquainted activities, and group ensemble sessions.
  • Saturday, June 21; Sunday, June 22; Monday, June 23, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule of classes. Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition.
  • Tuesday, June 24, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.: ALL campers follow daily schedule. Finale recital begins at 5 p.m. (tentative). Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital.

Need-based scholarships are available for ages 12-17; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.

 

Theatre Camp ~ Details:

Ages 12-18
July 13-17, 2014
Lilly Hall at Butler University
Tuition: $295 commuter (includes lunch), $495 residential (includes dorm and three meals/day)
Registration deadline: June 15

Registration form (pdf) OR Click here for online registration Registration Closed

Camper information packet (pdf) (Please NOTE: Camper information packets have been emailed to all registered campers; if you have a gmail address, please check your spam folder).

This camp is open to students ages 12-18 (campers who are 18 and have not yet matriculated at a college are eligible to attend camp). No prior experience necessary.

Join Butler Department of Theatre faculty, staff, alumni, and students for a fun, hands-on camp that covers all aspects of theatre - acting, stage movement, voice for the actor, costume, scenic and lighting design, stage management, and playwriting/dramaturgy. No prior experience is necessary. Campers will visit rehearsals of Heartland Actors' Repertory Theatre (HART), which will be in rehearsal for their summer Shakespeare production. Camp will include workshops in the college audition/application process.

Housing is provided in Butler University's ResCo dorm, which is air-conditioned. Dorm check-in is 7-9pm Sunday evening; check-out is before or after the Thursday performance.  Commuters arrive by 9am each day and are picked up at 5:30pm.
Registration deadline is June 15. Residential campers must be paid in full by July 1. Late applications may be accepted on the basis of available space.

Tentative Schedule for 2014:

  • Sunday, July 13, 7-9pm: Residential campers check in.
  • Monday, July 14, 8:30am: Commuter campers check in.
  • Monday-Wednesday, July 14-16, 9am-5:30pm: ALL campers follow daily schedule of classes. Lunch included for commuter campers. For residential campers, there will be supervised evening activities; three meals per day included in tuition.
  • Thursday, July 17, 9am-7pm: ALL campers follow daily schedule, PLUS stay for dinner (no additional charge). Finale performance begins at 7pm (tentative). Camp ends at the conclusion of the recital.

 

Need-based scholarships are available for ages 12-17; please see our Scholarship Application Form.

Contact BCAS@butler.edu or (317) 940-5500 with any questions.