Commercial Music Scholarships

MSUM offers a variety of music scholarships for vocalists and instrumentalists alike. Music majors and non-music majors are equally considered for scholarship awards in order to perform in MSUM ensembles such as the Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Guitar Ensemble and Percussion Ensemble. Area-specific scholarships for music education, piano, composition and academics are also available for current students and upperclassmen. Students can also apply for general university scholarships through the online scholarship application.

Music Scholarship Auditions

Scholarship Auditions for the 2021-2022 school year will be held on Monday, February 15, 2021 or by appointment prior to March 1. Students may also provide a link to an online audition (YouTube, DropBox) prior to the March 1 deadline if they cannot come to campus, but on campus auditions are preferred if possible. Contact the School of Performing Arts to set-up your appointment.

Please Note: All music scholarship students are greatly encouraged to also apply for an academic scholarship based upon your SAT/ACT scores. The deadline for an academic scholarship application is February 1, 2021.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

Full time student, junior or above majoring in music or music ed major with financial need (as defined as the student filling out the FAFSA).

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

All Applicants:  Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Secondary consideration may be given to a minor in English or Performing Arts.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) vocalist with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) vocalist with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

This merit based award is designated for a female voice major, soprano or mezzo-soprano, who is in her junior or senior year in the Music Department.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

Freshmen who participate in Festival Choir (aka, the non-auditioned "University Choir") are eligible for this award. The winner of this award is selected exclusively by the MSUM Director of Choral Activities.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) double reed instrumentalist with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) brass instrumentalist. Trumpeters are preferred with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrumental area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to an Upperclassman (Sophomore, Junior, or Senior) who is registered for applied voice lessons and one of the large choral ensembles at MSUM. Applicants are not required to have a music major or minor.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, and service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent Degree Audit Report (DARS) (available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate piano student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to a freshman of any major or minor. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Scholarship Auditions for the 2021-2022 school year will be held on Monday, February 15, 2021 or by appointment prior to March 1. Students may also provide a link to an online audition (YouTube, DropBox) prior to the March 1 deadline if they cannot come to campus, but on campus auditions are preferred if possible. Contact the School of Performing Arts to set up your appointment.

This scholarship is awarded to undergraduate music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship. Preference will be given to a pianist.

All Applicants: Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty. Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

This scholarship is awarded to a freshman of any major or minor. Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Scholarship Auditions for the 2021-2022 school year will be held on Monday, February 15, 2021 or by appointment prior to March 1. Students may also provide a link to an online audition (YouTube, DropBox) prior to the March 1 deadline if they cannot come to campus, but on campus auditions are preferred if possible. Contact the School of Performing Arts to set up your appointment.

Freshman and Transfer students may be music majors or non-majors, but students receiving this scholarship are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument (or within the vocal area) from which they received the scholarship throughout the award year.

Live auditions on campus prior to March 1st are preferable but are not required. A prepared recording consisting of representative compositions (4-8 minutes in length) may be substituted. Accompanied performances are desirable but not required.

If you cannot come to campus for a live audition during a Scholarship Audition Day or on a privately scheduled date prior to March 1, create a Youtube video and email a link for the video directly to the School of Performing Arts a spa@mnstate.edu listing your name, contact information, and audition area (voice, guitar, trumpet, etc.). Contact the School of Performing Arts for more information if you need assistance: 218.477.2101 or School of Performing Arts.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your ensembles, school, and community.

Freshman and Transfer students may be music majors or non-majors, but students receiving this scholarship are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument (or within the vocal area) from which they received the scholarship throughout the award year.

Live auditions on campus prior to March 1st are preferable but are not required. A prepared recording consisting of representative compositions (4-8 minutes in length) may be substituted. Accompanied performances are desirable but not required.

If you cannot come to campus for a live audition during a Scholarship Audition Day or on a privately scheduled date prior to March 1st, create a Youtube video and email a link for the video directly to the School of Performing Arts a spa@mnstate.edu listing your name, contact information, and audition area (voice, guitar, trumpet, etc.). Contact the School of Performing Arts for more information if you need assistance: 218.477.2101 or School of Performing Arts.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your ensembles, school, and community.

This scholarship is designated for a non-music major who plays in the MSUM Symphony Orchestra and in good academic standing.

No additional requirements needed

Freshman students from Moorhead High School majoring in music or mass communications are eligible for this scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Schedule an audition prior to March 1 by contacting the School of Performing Arts (spa@mnstate.edu) or attend one of our formal Scholarship Preview/Audition Days (visit mnstate.edu/music/scholarships/ for more information) or provide a link to an online audition (YouTube, DropBox). On-campus auditions are preferred if possible.

Honors Scholarships are awarded by nomination and performance/presentation. Students are nominated by faculty in any area based on the upperclass scholarship auditions. Students undergo an audition/presentation process to be given an Honors Scholarship.

Music Honors Scholarship criteria:

  1. Be a junior or senior music major (minors are not eligible).
  2. Students must have successfully completed 4 semesters of applied lessons and ensembles as well as all required theory and piano courses.
  3. Be enrolled as a full time music major of the year the scholarship is awarded (including student teaching or an internship).
  4. Have a departmental and university GPA of 3.0 or higher at the time of the audition.

Attach a .pdf copy of your current transcript or DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Nominees for Honors Scholarships will be selected by a faculty committee and names posted by 12:30 p.m. on the Upperclass Scholarship Day (held in March, exact date TBD).

Auditions consist of a 4-6 minute performance or presentation during Audition Day afternoon.

Presentations should represent the applicant’s work in their major area (e.g. Commercial Music, Music Education, etc.), and may include a live performance, a recording, a project presentation, or a scholarly research paper read aloud.

Honors performances and presentations will be judged by a faculty committee during a performance open to the public.

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) vocal music major with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA who will be a full time student.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship. Preference will be given to a female vocalist.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community.

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students).

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.  Preference will be given to an instrumentalist.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship. Preference will be given to a vocalist.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) string player with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring.

 Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.

 

 

This scholarship is awarded to upperclass (sophomore/junior/senior) music major or music minor with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Recipients are required to participate in an ensemble on the instrument/vocal area from which they received the scholarship.

Attach a Music Resume that lists your instrument/vocal range, past and current ensemble participation (curricular and extracurricular), years of applied study, teachers, awards received, honors/achievements, service to your department, school, and community. 

Attach a .pdf copy of your most recent DARS report (Both are available on eServices for MSUM students). 

Students applying for a scholarship in a specific instrumental/vocal area or commercial music must prepare a 4-6 minute performance using appropriate audition material as advised by your faculty.  Auditions will take place during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day each spring. 

Current MSUM Upperclassman Students (having already attended at least one year at MSUM) who choose to apply for a Music Education or a Music Academic scholarship will be expected to participate in a formal interview during the Upperclassman Scholarship Audition Day.