Music: Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
Apply for undergraduate scholarships and funding opportunities
All Students who complete their application to Ohio University by the deadline will automatically be considered for any scholarships and/or financial aid for which they are eligible. The Admissions Office website contains valuable information about a variety of university scholarships available to incoming students.
School of Music and College of Fine Arts Scholarships
Talent-based scholarships are available for accomplished incoming music majors. Students must be admitted to a degree program in the School of Music and be accepted for admission to Ohio University to be eligible for Scholarship consideration. Students may audition prior to receiving formal notification regarding admission status to the university, but under no circumstances will any scholarship consideration be made for a student who has not completed the application process.
All music scholarships for incoming students are awarded on the basis of the student's audition, potential, musical and academic background, and program needs. Notification regarding School of Music and College of Fine Arts talent awards is normally sent in late March to early April to incoming students who have been selected as scholarship recipients.
For additional information regarding School of Music scholarships and requirements, please contact:
Maureen Wagner, Assistant Dean of Student Services
College of Fine Arts
Graduate funding opportunities
Find out more about financial support resources for Graduate degree students on the Graduate College site here
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Commitment to non-discrimination
Ohio University operates on a holistic, selective review and looks for evidence of academic preparation when reviewing applications for admission. Additionally, because the School of Music considers artistic talent in the review process, students pursuing certain academic programs must audition, interview, and/or submit additional materials for admission and scholarship consideration. Ohio University and the School of Music do not discriminate against any applicants because of race, color, religion, age, national origin, ethnicity, national ancestry, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, military service or veteran status, mental or physical disability, or genetic information.