Fast Facts

  • The School of Music offers a conservatory approach in a liberal arts setting and is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
  • We offer undergraduate programs in Performance, Composition and Music Education and graduate programs in Performance, Composition, Music Education and Conducting.
  • Our Music Education program is fully approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • Our highly qualified faculty teaches all of our courses. Our graduate assistants do not teach classes.
  • Excellent studio teachers for all instruments.


Equipment available:

  • 29 grand pianos
  • 22 upright pianos
  • 3 pipe organs
  • 1 electronic practice organ
  • 4 harpsichords
  • 2 clavichords
  • 3 pedal harps
  • Digital recording studio
  • Dedicated rooms for harp, bass, percussion and double reeds

Tuition (2014-15)


Tuition  $42,836
Room & Board (Double occupancy, standard meal plan)  $12,710
Associated Student Fee  $350
Matriculation Fee (one-time fee)  $175
Books and Supplies (estimate)  $1,746
Medical Insurance (optional)  $1,540

Graduates, Masters in Music, Artist Diploma

Tuition  $931 per unit
Fees   $86 per semester

Additional Fees and Charges may apply depending on program requirements

For more information, download the School of Music Student Handbook.

Athletics are an important part of student life.
softball player

The University softball field was modeled after the one in "Field of Dreams."

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