APPLYING FOR A MUSIC DEGREE
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MUSIC STUDENT LINKS
- Thursday Performance Lab Signup
- Accompanist Request Form
- Accompanying Policy
- Student Handbook (2014-2015)
- Student Recital Guidelines & Template
- Student Resources
- Music Faculty
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RESERVING MUSIC SPACES
Stay connected with your University of Toledo Department of Music! This page features great links and documents for current students. From templates to help you prepare your recital program to helpful information if you're considering grad school, to music industry links and news, this is the page for you. Just click and go!
The Department of Music will print the programs for your student recital! But you
are responsible for providing your program information. We have helpful instructions
and even a template you can use that will help you pull all the information together.
Since the template is made with Publisher software, you will have to use a Windows-based
PC that has it installed. Publisher is commonly part of the Microsoft Office suite
of software that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. There are PCs in computer
labs all over campus that have this software. The computer lab in the CPA currently
has only Macs available, due to the need for our students to have access to music
editing software available only on that platform. If at all possible please use the
template, but if you can't get access or don't feel comfortable with the software,
you can also just email the text for your program. Please review the rules about submitting your recital program.
Download the Publisher recital template
Student Organizations in Music
Feeling out of the loop? Get active and stay involved! Below is a list of music student organizations you can join here at UT. Visit their web sites or contact them directly to learn more. These groups also regularly post information in the UT Center for Performing Arts student lounge.
Phi Mu Alpha (Epsilon Alpha, Sinfonia)
Contact: Justin Kelley, President or Dr. Jason Stumbo, Advisor 419.530.2217 or Jason.Stumbo@utoledo.edu
The only men's music fraternity on campus! We are dedicated to the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America, and a loyalty to the alma mater.
SAI Sigma Alpha Iota
International Music Fraternity
Mu Delta Chapter
Chartered Dec. 10, 2011
University of Toledo
Contact: Danielle Gamble, President
SAI is an organization which promotes interaction among those who share a commitment to music. Members of SAI are active in all areas of campus music and campus life, working closely with faculty, administration, campus and community groups, music professionals and patrons. In addition to personal encouragement and support, members may receive scholarships, loans and awards in many areas, and at all levels of music-related study. Sigma Alpha Iota has long been recognized as a leader in the field of music and provides a lifetime of fraternity contact.
Find out about more UT student organization at the Office of Student Involvement