College of Wooster Music Scholarships

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Music scholarships are awarded to incoming first-year students (transfers are not eligible) on the basis of music performance skills demonstrated at the audition or composi¬≠tional skills evidenced by written scores. Recipients are not required to major or minor in music at Wooster. Those auditioning must perform in areas in which the College offers instruction.

    You must attend an audition held on-campus in Scheide Music Center on one of the following dates:
    -Friday, December 2
    -Saturday, December 3
    -Friday, January 27
    -Saturday, January 28

    Deadlines:
    November 1 with notification by December 31
    January 1 with notification no later than April 1

    Applicants must also complete a general application form for admission, a music scholarship form and submit two letters of recommendation (from teachers or instructors in the respected field.)

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Donna Reed
  • Gault Admissions Center
  • 847 College Avenue
  • Wooster, OH 44691
  • dreed@wooster.edu
  • 330-263-2419

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