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Promotions + Discounts

Our Thanks to You: Save + Free DMA Online Course

We’re kicking off the season of giving with a free gift with each registration. Register for camp with the promo code THANKS between now and November 29th and receive a free DMA Online course of your choice. Plus, save up to $100 on your registration!

 

 

Offer valid November 20 – November 29, 2017. Cannot be combined with other offers. Discount valid on Tuition only. May not be used for Lunch, Overnight Housing, or other Add-Ons. Discount must be applied at the time of purchase. $100 off DMA Studios & Academies, $75 off Teen & Pro Series, $50 off Adventures, and $35 off Jr. Adventures.

Refer-a-Friend Discount
Earn a $50 credit for you and a friend!

Summer camp is always better with friends! Refer your friends to DMA and you’ll both receive a $50 credit per student when they sign up for camp!

There’s no limit to the number of friends you can refer – as long as they have never attended a DMA Camp before. Already register for camp? Send us an email with the referral information and we can help apply the credit to your account.

Financial Assistance

At Digital Media Academy, we’re proud to offer financial assistance to our students. With over $200,000 in aid provided to our students in 2016 alone, we are excited to help motivate the next generation of creators, makers, and thinkers. Applications for 2018 Financial Assistance will open on December 1, 2017!

 Get a Tax Credit

If you’re registering a student under the age of 13 for camp this summer, you may be able to apply tuition paid toward the child and dependent care credit.

From the IRS website: “The cost of day camp can count as an expense towards the child and dependent care credit. Expenses for overnight camps do not qualify. The credit is generally 20% to 35% of non-reimbursed expenses; up to $3000 in expenses for one child and up to $6000 for two or more children. The actual credit is also based on your income.”

DMA does not offer tax advice. Consult your accountant or tax professional before filing.