Are you looking for music scholarships in St. Louis? If so, you're in luck! UMSL Music has the capacity to award several designated scholarships, which can be accessed through the University's centralized AcademicWorks site. To find these scholarships, simply visit the AcademicWorks website and do a keyword search on music. In addition to university-based scholarships, there are also several other organizations that offer music scholarships in St.
Louis. The National Association of Pastoral Musicians - St. Louis Chapter offers an award to encourage pastoral musicians to improve their knowledge and skills in musical ministry. To be eligible for this award, applicants must be actively involved in the music ministry and must be a member of St.
Louis NPM. The deadline for applications is February 15 of each year, and the winner will receive the prize and will verify their registration for the convention. The Marie Kremer Prize for the Study of Organs is another scholarship opportunity available to music students in St. The deadline for applications is March 31 of each year, and the winner will receive the prize and will check it out at our meeting in June. To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be a member of St.
Louis NPM or have the sponsorship of a member, and must be enrolled or prepared to enroll in a full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate program or in a continuing education program related to the field of pastoral music. Most Missouri State University scholarships, including those designated for music students, require the submission of a full Missouri State scholarship application. Music students who receive music scholarships must maintain, each semester of residency, a minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 and a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for music courses. In addition, music students must demonstrate satisfactory progress in their areas of applied performance, as determined by juries and applied music instructors. The Memorial de Parilee and Marca Jean Campbell Scholarship is open to third or final year students with financial needs and a minimum GPA of 2.75 with a specialization in art (fine art or performance) or music. Music students who receive this scholarship must also demonstrate satisfactory progress in their areas of applied performance. The Harold Lichtenegger Scholarship was established in honor and memory of Harold Lichtenegger, a noted band director from southeastern Missouri.
This scholarship is delivered to a promising music student in vocal training on the recommendation of the Department of Music. The Ludeanne Fowler Ruzicka Scholarship is open to students with an interest in pursuing a degree in Performing Arts or Music. To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must have completed Block I of the Education Block, have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and a GPA of 3.0 in music classes. All music students, whether or not seeking scholarships, must audition to be accepted into their field of study within the music department. Music specialization scholarships are awarded based on musical and academic achievements, future growth potential, and the needs of the department.