All students who audition and turn in their application materials by the designated deadline are automatically considered for scholarships and assistantships. Scholarships and assistantships are based and the student's talent (audition), academic record, and/or potential contribution to the school and field.
Undergraduates: Remember that your application must be received by February 1 in order to ensure priority consideration for scholarships and financial aid. You are free to schedule your audition with the music office before your application is received. For more information on undergraduate and transfer student auditions, please click here.
Graduate Students: We recommend that Master of Music applicants submit their your application materials - including recommendations, transcripts, and high quality recording, if you not scheduling a live audition - by February 1 in order to receive priority consideration for an assistantship. Music assistantships may include the teaching of clarinet methods, lessons for non-majors, theory, sight-singing, and/or music appreciation; publicity work; large ensemble assistance; classroom assistance; and/or office work. Duties are assigned based on the qualifications and interests of the student, as well as the needs of the school. For more information on the School of Music, please click here.. Applicants to the doctoral program in Interdisciplinary Arts Scholar/Artist track should send Rebecca Rischin a high quality CD or schedule an audition with her by Dec 1 for priority consideration of financial assistance. The deadline for the rest of the materials for this program is Jan 31. Numerous scholarships, assistantships, fellowships, and tuition waiver are available through the School of Interdisciplinary Arts. For more information on this program, click here.
Last updated on Sept 6, 2014.
Designed by Elizabeth Aleksander.
Maintained by Rebecca Rischin.