View a detailed listing of all of our School of Music Scholarships, as well as qualifications and our online application.
It is highly suggested that all students keep an open line of communication with their professional advisor in CASAS during the freshman and sophomore years. Your advisor may be contacted with all questions concerning general education courses, graduation timelines, and correlating course requirements. Upon reaching junior status, students should contact his or her faculty advisor within the School of Music. For more information about faculty advising, or if you have general questions, you can contact one of the department secretaries or email@example.com.
Appointments with the Dean and Associate Deans
Any student needing to schedule an appointment with the dean or one of the associate deans should please contact the School of Music Receptionist, Mrs. Meghan Lambert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian/Community Service with Ensembles
If an ensemble is listed in the Christian/Community Services Catalog of Courses, it may be taken for Christian/Community Service credit. Please note 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.
Student Worker Positions
The School of Music hires student workers and work/study students to assist in a variety of areas from monitoring practice rooms, to assisting in the everyday operations of our administrative offices. Any student wishing to apply for student worker or work/study positions must complete an online application the Human Resources Office.
The School of Music is equipped with a variety of practice facilities. These facilities are open for use by any Liberty University student, however, priority must always be given to School of Music students.
- Keyboard Lab: An electronic keyboard lab with multiple stations, each equipped with headphones, is located on the second floor of the Center for Music and the Worship Arts. Anyone wishing to use this room must check in with the student monitor on duty at the Terrace Level North entrance near the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall. Room availability varies.
- Practice Rooms: A total of 50 practice rooms are located on the Terrace Level of the Center for Music and the Worship Arts. These rooms are available for student use seven days a week (hours of availability may vary). Anyone wishing to use these rooms must check in with the student monitor on duty at the Terrace Level North entrance near the Reber-Thomas Dining Hall.
- Room Reservations: For all room reservations, please fill out the SOM Weekly Scheduling Request Form and a staff member will reach out to you in a timely manner to finalize your reservation. Requests should be submitted at least two business days in advance of the date and time requested. Reservation requests for non-academic purposes will not be considered.
- SOM Student Handbook
- Keyboard Proficiency Exam (KPE)
- Faculty Advising – Juniors & Seniors
- Degree Completion Plans (DCP)
- Specific Music Research Resources (as provided through the Online Research Portal)
- Naxos Music Library (online audio library featuring over 700,000 tracks of music, subscription provided through the Jerry Falwell Library)
- MusicTheory.net (useful exercises for Music Theory and Aural Skills training)
- Dolmetsch Staff/Manuscript Paper (an array of different sizes of staff/manuscript paper available for PDF download to print)
- Protecting Your Hearing Health
- Protecting Your Neuromusculoskeletal Health
- Protecting Your Vocal Health