Austin College Music Scholarship

$4,000

January 15, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Music Scholarships are made to students, who may or may not intend a major or minor in music, in addition to any academic scholarships. Recipients are required to maintain satisfactory participation in their assigned ensemble each semester that they receive the award and must remain full-time students in good academic standing. Students who will be non-majors are not required to take private lessons but are guaranteed space in applied music studios if they wish to study privately. A major or minor in music requires private lessons.

    Eligibility:
    -Completed music scholarship application including two letters of recommendation that address the applicant's work/talent in music
    -Evidence of academic achievement
    -Résumé detailing musical experience and study
    -Audition and interview with music faculty

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Lori Allen
  • 900 North Grand Avenue
  • Suite 6N
  • Sherman, TX 75090-4400
  • lallen@austincollege.edu
  • tel: 903-813-2251
  • fax: 903-813-3198

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