Eligibility

 
 
1. Complete a FAFSA application

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is not a requirement, but it does open up the most scholarship opportunities, so please consider completing this!

2. New applicants, schedule an audition
If you have any questions, please contact your Area Director.

Applied Area Directors

  • Jazz - William Flynn 316-978-6198
  • Keyboard - Andrew Trechak 316-978-6235
  • Music Education - Tom Wine 316-978-6125
  • Musicology / Composition - Dean Roush 316-978-6278
  • Opera - Alan Held 316-978-6473
  • Strings - Mark Laycock 316-978-6202
  • Voice - Pina Mozzani 316-978-6608
  • Wind / Brass / Percussion – Steve Oare 316-978-6434

Supplemental Scholarships

Applications for Supplemental Scholarships will be evaluated the fourth week of classes each semester by the School of Music Scholarship Committee. Applications received after the fourth week of classes will be considered the following semester. Supplemental scholarship funding will be one time awards and will be based on either financial need, a student's contributions to the School of Music, or a combination of the two.

Supplemental Scholarship Application

The Sam Ramey Professional Development Fund

This award is unconnected from the other School of Music scholarships, and has a separate application process.

Learn more about the Sam Ramey Professional Development Fund

The Konrad Wolff-Ilse Bing Chamber Music Scholarship

This award is unconnected from the other School of Music scholarships, and has a separate application process.

Learn more about the Wolff Bing Scholarship

Auditions

Auditions are required for program entrance, and scholarships and are open to all instrumental and vocal students who are high school seniors, transfer students and graduate students.