|Private Instruction||Washington University Day-School Student||University College Student|
|14 One-hour Lessons||$720||$1,300|
|14 Half-hour Lessons||$360||$650|
|Group Instruction (Piano, Guitar, Voice)||$150||$650|
|Small Ensembles (Chamber Ensembles, Flute Choir, Jazz Combos)||$200||$650|
|Large Ensembles (Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir)||$0||$0|
There is a $100 rebate automatically given to those Washington University students who are declared music minors or current members of the Department's large ensembles: Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir, Chamber Choir. There are no rebates for small ensembles.
Beginning fall 2016, the department will subsidize the full cost of private lessons (on one instrument or voice) or participation in 1 small ensemble (chamber ensembles/jazz combos) for declared music minors who are concurrently in a department large ensemble (orchestra, choirs, wind ensemble, jazz band). The $100 discount on lessons will still apply for minors who do not participate in an ensemble and for large ensemble participants who are not seeking a minor.
NOTE: Employee tuition benefits do not cover private applied music lessons.
|Type||Declared Music Majors||Students with Need-Based|
|Private Instruction||Full Scholarship||Partial Scholarship|
One-hour scholarship: $280
Half-hour scholarship: $140
|Small Ensembles||Full Scholarship (for one group)||None|
|Flute Choir||Full Scholarship||$30|
*Students with exceptional need may petition the department chair for additional scholarship assistance. All need-based awards are subject to verification of aid status by the Financial Aid Office.Please note that financial assistance is only available for undergraduate students. Graduate students in departments other than Music are not eligible for rebates or scholarships.
Important Note: All students receiving need-based financial aid will automatically receive a rebate for their lessons as outlined above. Music majors and minors officially declared by September 15th (for the fall semester) or February 1st (for the spring semester) will automatically receive the proper rebate/scholarship as well.
A student who officially withdraws within the refund period will receive a refund in accordance with the refund schedule (see refund grid below). All refunds are calculated from the date on which the student drops the course on WebSTAC. If you drop applied music lessons, you will forfeit any rebate or scholarship amounts that you were due to receive. Should you choose to drop during the refund timeframe, your student account will receive a MUSI charge for the percentage of the lesson fee based on your drop date.
|Registration and Refund Deadlines - Fall 2016||Date|
|Last day to drop with a 100% Refund||February 1|
|Last day to drop with a 50% Refund||February 7|
|Last day to drop with a 25% Refund||February 10|
|No refunds given after||February 10|
For any questions regarding fees, scholarships, and rebates please contact Pat Orf (email@example.com)