Graceland offers generous scholarships to our talented musicians whether they’re music majors or not. At Graceland University, we value all musicians and their contributions to rich cultural life on campus; that’s why you don’t have to major in music to join any of our ensembles.
Students may receive scholarships from contributors to the music department in band, orchestra, choir and keyboard studies ranging from several hundred to several thousand dollars. Over 85 percent of Graceland students receive some form of financial aid. Oftentimes, the music scholarship is an integral part of the student’s financial aid package. The amount of these awards is determined by several factors including student ability, financial need and specific needs within each ensemble.
An audition is required. Arrange for your campus visitor contact Graceland Admissions at 866.GRACELAND to submit a recorded audition.
To complete eligibility requirements, submit your application for admission online, and complete your financial aid package by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at studentaid.gov.
Graceland University offers performance scholarships to talented and promising young musicians whose academic qualifications and demonstrated musical abilities indicate that they could make a significant contribution to the music program of the University.
An audition is required to obtain a performance scholarship. On-campus auditions are preferred, but a high quality audio or video recording will be accepted if you live too far from campus and are unable to come to campus for your audition. If your audition video is too large to email, we encourage you to post it to YouTube, mark it as private and then send us an invitation.
A letter of recommendation from your school music instructor or your private teacher must also be submitted. Please include their names and contact information.
Graceland University offers performance scholarships to talented and promising young musicians whose academic qualifications and demonstrated musical abilities indicate that they could make a significant contribution to the music program of the University. The amount of these awards is determined by several factors including student ability, financial need and specific needs within each ensemble.
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