Music Department scholarships are awarded based on talent, need, and the needs of the department. There are several general scholarships as well as scholarships awarded to specific areas. These awards are assigned based on individual qualifications. There is no need to apply for 'specific' scholarships. For incoming students, your application to and audition for the CWU Music Department is also your application for partial and full tuition music scholarships. For returning students, submit a letter to the CWU Music Scholarship Committee addressing your financial need and record of accomplishment while at CWU.
The Board of Jazz In The Valley has established a monetary scholarship for the benefit of graduating high school student and transfer students wishing to pursue music studies at Central Washington University, with an emphasis in jazz performance and study.
For more info Click Here
*The CWU Music Department has a number of scholarship funds available for incoming students and uses your application materials to make awards.
The CWU Music Department has a number of scholarship funds available for returning students and uses your application materials to make awards.
This scholarship is available to Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students at Central Washington University who are pursuing a fine arts project in Art, Music, Theatre, or Creative Writing. Please see their website for more information.
These are awards available to all CWU Students without regard to major. Deadlines for applications occur in early spring, so apply early to ensure consideration for these awards.
The Department of Music at Central Washington University
is an accredited institutional member of the
National Association of Schools of Music.
Last updated 2011-01-05
Jazz in the Valley closed out Sunday with CWU Jazz Band I, the first time a student-only band has pCWU Musicians Shine At 2015 Jazz In The Valley
With a powerhouse like CWU’s department of music in your backyard, you’re bound to see more thanCWU Director Of Bands Retires
After 34 years with the Central Washington University Music Department, Larry Gookin is leaving a p