- What is the Associated Students of the Performing Arts (ASOPA)?
- What is happening with ASOPA this fall?
- How can you become a member of ASOPA?
The Associated Students of the Performing Arts (ASOPA) wants to wish you a happy start to the semester and welcome you to the 2012-2013 school year! ASOPA is a Recognized Student Organization (RSO) that strives to work with the Theatre and Dance Department to serve the students of the performing arts.
MISSION STATEMENT: The Associated Students of the Performing Arts (ASOPA), being recognized by the University of Wyoming as a student organization, pursues the interests of its members in creating, rehearsing and performing quality theatrical and dance productions. The goal of ASOPA is to provide additional performance opportunities and learning experiences within the performing arts. By encouraging unity, communication, and student-driven projects (e.g., fundraisers and mentoring programs) members benefit in the academic and professional world.
There are numerous ways to become an active member of ASOPA, which will enrich your experience here at UW Theatre & Dance. Attending ASOPA meetings is the first step towards becoming an Active Member; contact ASOPA members for the Points System and Constitution.
Also, check out the new ASOPA board in the Theatre and Dance hallway. It has a calendar of events, as well as many valuable pieces of information and new programs.
Every other Sunday Meeting is an Open Meeting for all ASOPA members. This is the place where you may get questions answered or simply get involved with ASOPA. We encourage strongly each and everyone of you to take action and pride in this organization. Together,r we can all make this organization a highly beneficial experience for each and every member. Your Officers need your voice and support in order to assure that ASOPA reaches its full potential.