Scholarships for Prospective Students
The Woodruff Music Scholarships
The Department of Music offers a number of Woodruff Music Scholarships (open to incoming freshmen only) tenable for all four years of study. Woodruff Scholarships can be full tuition or full tuition, room and board (a current total value of over $245,000). These scholarship opportunities are available for candidates who demonstrate exceptional and advanced talent in music performance in addition to exemplary academics.
Music Scholars are usually Music Majors but it is not a requirement to major in music as a recipient of the scholarship. It is actually quite typical of the vast majority of Emory undergraduates (upwards of 90%) to be double majors in a broad range of subjects while pursuing paths including pre-med, pre-law, business, the humanities, the pure sciences, social sciences and the Arts. The ensemble rosters for the symphony orchestra and wind ensemble are excellent examples of the diversity found in our community of music students.
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Audition requirements can be found on our Auditions page.
Candidates should contact the appropriate Area Coordinator by email for questions regarding the content and expectations of the audition:
Orchestral Studies (strings and harp): Paul Bhasin firstname.lastname@example.org
Wind Studies (all winds and percussion): Paul Bhasin email@example.com
Piano: Elena Cholakova firstname.lastname@example.org
Voice: Bradley Howard email@example.com
Jazz: Gary Motley firstname.lastname@example.org
Finalists for Music Scholarships will be invited to campus to participate in the Emory Scholar’s Finalists Visit program to be held in late March/early April 2020. Students are also strongly encouraged to take the opportunity to meet faculty and current students, take a consultation lesson and experience the Music facilities on campus.
All applicants for the Music Woodruffs will also be considered for a Music Liberal Arts Scholarship.
Music Liberal Arts Scholarships
Emory College also has available a number of Music Liberal Arts Scholarships in the range of $15,000 per year; these are open to all students regardless of choice of major. Students in all application pools will be invited to submit recordings or links to materials throughout the various admissions cycles.
Prospective students should direct all questions to Dr. Paul Bhasin, Director of Orchestral Studies and coordinator of the Music Scholarships.
For more information on Financial Aid opportunities at Emory, please visit here.
Scholarships for Current Students
Friends of Music Scholarships
These scholarships are only available to Music Majors; $200 are awarded toward the cost of music lessons. These scholarships are awarded on a semester by semester basis.
These scholarships are available to Music Majors and Non-majors. Students must have a “demonstrated financial need” in the Office of Financial Aid (usually means that students have applied for financial aid). These scholarships are awarded on a semester by semester basis.
Contact Dr. Bhasin with any questions.