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Undergraduate music program and scholarship auditions at Oregon State are open to all interested students. Scholarship awards are based on performance ability, experience, scholarship and financial need. Music scholarships require an application and an audition, as well as a commitment to participate in music. All students wishing to major in music at Oregon State are expected to audition at one of the dates listed below.
Other scholarship opportunities are available through the university. It is to your advantage to apply early for admission to the university in order to be eligible and considered for other scholarships. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid.
We encourage all experienced musicians interested in music at Oregon State to come for a live audition.
Applications for continuing music scholarships are now closed. The 2019-2020 online form will open on October 1, 2018.
After submitting the completed scholarship application form, you must submit hard copies of the following:
Please deliver these items in hard copy form to Kirstin Stein in Benton Hall room 101. Electronic copies will not be accepted.
Tenative Music scholarship audition dates and locations for 2019-2020
October 24, 2018 - Beaver Music Preview Day - The LaSells Stewart Center
January 17-18, 2019 - Ridgeview High School - Redmond, Oregon
February 9, 2019 - Oregon State University Benton Hall - Corvallis
February 18, 2018 - Oregon State University Benton Hall - Corvallis
February 19, 2019 - West Linn High School - West Linn, Oregon
THE ONLINE APPLICATION WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 4, 2018
1. Complete and submit the audition registration and scholarship application.
2. Please have two refernces complete the online reference form before your audition.
3. Have your school registrar or counselor complete the online academic records form and submit prior to your audition.
What to bring:
The music scholarship audition will consist of:
If you are not able to audition on one of our scheduled dates, you are welcome to send an audio or audio-visual file. CD’s or DVD’s should provide at least ten minutes of music of at least two contrasting styles. Audition recordings will not be returned. While generally we are not able to schedule special individual auditions, you may make a special request to the scholarship coordinator for extenuating circumstances when submitting the application.
We welcome your interest in music at Oregon State University. If you have questions regarding our programs, the scholarship audition procedure or any other matter, please feel free to contact one of our area directors.