Students, new & returning, to Concordia must:
Schedule an audition date and time with Dr. Patricia Burnham,
512.313.5424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application process must be completed by April 30 to be eligible for scholarships. Auditions will continue after this date for new music majors.
On campus auditions are required for students desiring admission to the music program.
Contact Dr. Patricia Burnham, Director of Programs in Music to schedule an audition.
All students applying for a music scholarship are required to complete all necessary forms from the Financial Assistance office. Contact the Financial Assistance Office.
Music Scholarships available
4-, 3- or 2-year awards of one-half of full-time tuition, available to new and returning students majoring in Music Ministry.
A renewable 1-year award of up to $3,000 a year, available to new and returning students majoring in Music Ministry.
The Julia Krumm Aspiring Organist Scholarships
A renewable 1-year award of up to $3,000 a year, available to new and returning student (of any major) who intend to serve as church organists and who are studying organ at CTX each semester.
A renewable 1-year award of up to $3,000 a year, available to new and returning Lutheran students majoring in Music Ministry.
A renewable 1-year grant of up to $500 for new and returning students who are a Music Ministry Major with an Organ Emphasis.
Gastler, Bolland, Krumm and Erickson Application Procedures
Students new to Concordia must:
- Apply and be accepted for admission to CTX
- Complete all necessary forms by the Financial Assistance office
- Complete a scholarship application form (supplied by the CTX Music Department)
- Submit a letter of recommendation from a music teacher
- Present an audition to the Concordia Music Faculty
Available to any interested new or returning students for demonstrated skill in voice and a commitment to the choral program. Renewable.
Contact Dr. Patricia Burnham at 512.313.5424 for scholarship information.