2017–2018 Auditions & Scholarships
Scholarships in band, orchestra, choir and voice, and keyboard instruments are available by audition. Scholarship auditions are held in the Tom & Peggy Wright Music Building on the SFA campus at several scheduled times during the fall and spring semester. In the event of conflicts, special audition times may be arranged.
Audition Dates for fall 2017 enrollment
- portfolio review and audition by arrangement
In addition to an interview, composition majors will also audition in a performance area, but this will be arranged by Dr. Lias. You do NOT need to complete the online audition application. Contact Dr. Lias with any question at email@example.com.
- January 27-28 (register by January 20)
- February 24-25 (register by February 17)
- April 1 (register by March 25)
Lumberjack Marching Band
majors other than music:
- February 25 (register by February 20)
- March 3-4 (register by February 27)
- February 17-18 (register by February 10)
- March 3-4 (register by February 24)
Sound Recording Technology (SRT)
- audition by arrangement
SRT applicants in applied voice should audition according to the Vocal/Choral schedule.
- February 18 (register by February 11)
- March 25 (register by March 18)
- February 25 (register by February 24)
- March 4 (register by March 3)
- April 1 (register by March 31)
incoming freshmen music majors “Premium Scholarship” auditions:
- February 17-18 (registration deadline: February 13 or when schedule is filled)
all majors (freshmen and transfers):
- March 25 (registration deadline: March 20 or when schedule is filled)
Contact the appropriate coordinator and applied faculty member, if you are unable to audition on the listed dates.
Contact a professor (The preceding link only toggles the on-screen display)
- Composition: Dr. Stephen Lias
- Lumberjack Marching Band: Dr. David Campo
- Keyboard: Dr. Andrew Parr
- Sound Recording Technology: Mr. James Adams
- Strings: Dr. Gene Moon
- Vocal/Choral: Dr. Tim King
- Wind/Brass/Percussion: Mr. Fred Allen
View area requirements regarding undergraduate auditions.
Students must meet the entrance requirements of the University and must not have accepted a scholarship from another university.
Scholarships are awarded in all areas of study in the School of Music to qualified students, and in some areas, to both majors and non-majors.
Several forms of financial aid are available to students. This aid may be received in the form of a direct scholarship, grant, loan, college work-study job, or a combination of these programs. Students are encouraged to review additional scholarships offered through the university for which they may well qualify. Some scholarships are based on class rank or transferring college GPA. Most applications for university scholarships must be filed with the Office of Student Financial Assistance no later than February 1.