Private Music Lessons - Non-Music Majors
Private instrumental and vocal lessons meet for one hour, on a weekly basis, at a regular scheduled time. Students contract to take 12 lessons. Each instructor sets his or her criteria for accepting students. Private lessons is a Permission of Instructor course. To schedule a lesson time all students must contact the instructor and submit the Lesson Schedule Form to the Private Lesson Teacher. These forms can be obtained in the Music Department Lobby or in the Forms section of this website. Returning students who have previously taken Private Lessons with an instructor should contact the instructor for a lesson time and register for this course during the drop/add period. All students new to the Private Lessons Program must schedule an interview with the instructor and register during the drop/add period. Interview schedules are posted on the Music Department Lobby bulletin board and on this website under Private Lessons Interview Schedule.
Private Lessons Interview Scheduling Period:Thursday, January 23, 2014 - Friday, January 24, 2014
(Please see the Private Lessons Interview Schedule
Private Lessons Begin:Monday January 27, 2014 - You must schedule an interview or contact the instructor to take lessons!
Private Lessons Fee:$795.00 for 12 one hour lessons
When a student is accepted into the Private Lessons Program, they become liable for the additional cost of
lessons, which will be billed through the Student Accounts Office.
If this course is not dropped at least 24 hours prior to the third lesson, students
will be charged the full course fee.
Financial Support:May be available for qualified students after participating in a Music Department ensemble or taking one
semester of private lessons. Financial Support Applications for the Spring 2014 semester may be found in the
forms section under Private Lessons on this web page or in the Music Department Lobby during the first week
of the semester. Applications will be accepted beginning January 23, 2014. All applications must be returned
by 12:00 noon on Friday, January 31, 2014. Late applications are not accepted.
Students registered for MUSC 405 will receive credit for 4 semesters of private lessons, whether it be in the same instrument/voice or a variety of instruments/voice. Private Lessons taken more than 4 times will count towards oversubscription and not count towards the 32 credits required for graduation.
MUSC 405 does not count as a performance credit towards the Music major.
Comments or questions?
Sandy Brough, Private Lessons Coordinator