New and Transfer Music Student Scholarship Information

New and transfer students have 3 ways to audition or interview for a scholarship:

Audition Guidelines

In order for your live audition or video/audio audition to be accepted, you must have completed and submitted the  Music Department Scholarship Application.

To receive full scholarship consideration, all video and audio recorded, as well as live auditions must be submitted/received/held by no later than Friday, February 1, 2013 and you must have completed the Music Department Scholarship Application. Please see below regarding specifics.

All scholarships are contingent upon successful acceptance to university.

Important Dates

October 1 (every year)

December 15 (every year)

NOTE: Applications will not be accepted after this date. Students submitting late applications will not be considered for university scholarships and will not be able to audition or interview for a Music Department scholarship.

February 1, 2013

  • If you are unable to attend the live auditions/interviews, all video and audio recorded auditions must be submitted by February 1, 2013  to be fully considered. If you would like to arrange for a live audition/interview outside of the scheduled date, please complete the Live Audition/Interview Request Form. You will be contacted by a faculty member to arrange for a date and time.
  • Students interested in a Music Industry or Recording Arts scholarship do not need to audition. Music Industry or Recording Arts scholarships are based on interviews only.
February 2, 2013 Incoming and transfer students are welcome and encouraged to attend the live auditions and interviews on Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Instrumental: PAC 132
  • Vocal: PAC 134
  • Interviews: PAC 136

Important Forms

Audition & Interview Requirements

Scholarship Guidelines  

Have general scholarship questions? Contact Joe Alexander, Chair of the Scholarship Committee: