Private instruction is available in piano, voice, organ, violin, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, saxophone, flute, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone, baritone, tuba, harp, percussion and guitar.
Each one-half hour lesson per week, plus a minimum of six hours practice per week, for one semester grants one hour credit. Students may take either one or two hours credit on an instrument each semester.
Any music major expecting to present a recital must pass a recital permission hearing before the recital may be given.
Additional fees are charged for private instruction in applied music.
It will be our policy to prorate the applied music fees for students who withdraw from private lessons. Their tuition charge will be based on the clearly defined Official Withdrawal/Refund Policy. The fees, however, are based on weekly lessons, and are most fairly handled by proration. The compensation of faculty will, likewise, be prorated based on the number of lessons given. The dates selected for proration will be the actual date of withdrawal as shown on the withdrawal form in the registrar’s office.