DaVinci Camp Summer Institute 2021 will be entirely online,
with no in-person instruction.

Rolling admissions will continue on a space available basis until the program is full.

To apply, submit the General Application along with $50 non-refundable application fee ($100 for international students), Student Supplemental Questionnaire and tuition deposit.  The Application Checklist (or the International Student Application Checklist ) is included for your convenience.

1. ALL APPLICANTS: Please complete and submit the online application on this link (or press the apply now button above): DaVinci Camp Summer Institute – General Application  ($50 non-refundable application fee / $100 for international students)

2. NEW APPLICANTS ONLY:  Student Supplemental Questionnaire, read the instructions and submit your responses to

3. ALL APPLICANTS: Submit $500 tuition deposit with the application ($1000 for international students). Remaining tuition balance is due by the tuition deadline of the respective session.  All fees payable by credit card, check, or money order. Credit card payments: click the pay now button below (a service fee will be added).

Pay Now Button

Check or money order payments: make payable to “DVC Academic Consulting”. Write student’s first and last name on the memo line.  Mail check/money order to:

DVC Academic Consulting
910 San Pasqual Street, Second Floor
Pasadena, CA 91106

4. OPTIONAL: In order to be considered for need-based financial aid, complete ALL the steps listed above, then request a financial aid application by sending an email to Submit the completed Financial Aid Application and all required documents (tax returns, W-2’s, schedules, etc.) to by May 5.  Financial aid applications will not be considered after this deadline.

Waivers and Release Forms with instructions will be emailed to you once your complete application has been received. Remember that your application is not complete until all required documents and payments are submitted.

Additional questions regarding the application process can be directed to