There are several kinds of scholarships administered by different areas within the department. For more information, please go to the following links or email addresses:
VISIT HERE FIRST!: Scholarship Information
Instrumental Music and Humanities Scholarships: email@example.com
Keyboard Music and Humanities Scholarships: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vocal Music and Humanities Scholarships: email@example.com
Marching Band Scholarships: firstname.lastname@example.org
If an ensemble is listed in the Christian/Community Services Catalog of Courses, it may be taken for Christian/Community Service credit. Please not that each ensemble has its own participation arrangement with the office of Christian/Community Service. It is possible in some ensembles for a student to receive course credit and Christian/Community Service credit at the same time (Marching Band for instance), but in general, course credit cannot be earned contemporaneously with Christian/Community service credit.
There are two types of work/study positions available for eligible students. The department hires work/study students as practice room monitors (those who supervise evening practice facilities) and office workers (clerical aids who work in the DMH Office). Applications for these positions are available in the Music and Performing Arts Office.
Students taking private lessons pay a lab fee for the maintenance and tuning of the pianos in the rooms. Only students enrolled in private instruction through the Department of Music and Humanities may use the practice rooms. It is not possible to simply pay the lab fee and use the rooms: you must be enrolled in private instruction. Exceptions are made for members of DMH ensembles if they wish to use the rooms to work on their ensemble music, but only when the rooms are not otherwise in use by those who have paid the lab fee.