Welcome to the School of Music
Dare to Dream with Us
To study the humanities is to study humans. Every time we learn a piece of music, we're trying on a new worldview, gaining understanding of the shifting needs, anxieties, and interests of its authors and listeners, which is what makes studying music so critical. It gives students rigorous and tangible frameworks for evaluating the health of a community and the skills, discipline, and cooperation to serve it.
1845 Fairmount St.
Wichita, KS 67260
Phone: (316) 978-3103
If you're a high school student or a community member with a high school degree, you can click here to apply to Wichita State!
If you're about to graduate from college, or you're a community member with a college degree, you can click here to apply to Wichita State's graduate school!
Whether you're joining us as an undergraduate or graduate student, you'll need to audition. Check out our next section for more information!
Thank you for your interest in the School of Music at Wichita State University! We currently plan to hold in-person audition days (see below for dates) but might need to adjust our plans based on Wichita State's Covid response. Feel free to contact our Coordinator of Music Outreach, Jesse Koza, with any questions or if you have concerns about audition in-person due to the pandemic.
These are our planned, in-person audition dates for a Fall '22 start:
- November 20, 2021
- February 5, 2022
- April 16, 2022
Scholarships are awarded after each audition date, but priority will be given to those auditioning on the first two audition dates.
Undergrad Audition Form
The audition form is the first step in the process to becoming a music major at Wichita State. Finishing the form - it takes around 5 minutes - gets you into our system and allows us to schedule a time on your chosen audition date. It also helps our faculty members reach out to you to make your audition experience even more tailored to your needs!
Non-music majors do not need to audition before Fall 2022. You are absolutely welcome to play in an ensemble and/or take private lessons! Please contact the appropriate faculty member for further information.
Please follow this link to fill out our audition form and reserve your spot today!
Undergrad Audition Requirements by Area
Please note, students interested in studying Music Education and Music Composition need to be accepted on a primary instrument.
After applying to the graduate school, we recommend Graduate Students contact their respective music faculty member for more information and to schedule an audition on their instrument.
Please see our graduate student page for more information about our available assistantships.
Graduate Audition Requirements by Area
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