The School of Music at UNI enrolls approximately 300 students in various degree programs. These students participate in a wide array of course offerings including music theory, music history, performing ensembles, and applied lessons. Follow the links to the left to find out more about life on campus, scholarships and more. Undergraduate course programs include the core curriculum (Liberal Arts Core) plus courses specific to the selected major in music. These degree programs range from 124-150 credit hours for completion.
Is Music at UNI right for you?
Once you’ve taken the time to look through the programs, ensembles, divisions and organizations in the UNI School of Music, you might still have a few questions about life at the University and what our students think about their experiences here so far. Take a minute to browse the links to the left and find fresh perspectives on why UNI School of Music is right for you.
All international students are required to fill out the International Application for Admission, and follow unique steps for their admission. We recommend that international students follow this link as a guide to the appropriate information.
New Housing Opportunities at UNI!
Beginning in fall 2013, students who choose to live on campus will have the opportunity to live among their fellow musicians in a new living and learning community at Noehren Hall known as the "Music Learning Community." Learn more about this awesome new living space here.
Financial Aid Information
Yes, what you have heard is true--college does require a substantial financial commitment. But over a lifetime, it's one of the best investments you can make. UNI is consistently ranked among the country's "best buys" in higher education. We'll be happy to discuss finances with you and your parents. Our Financial Aid Office wants to help you make your education affordable. For more information, click here. Or, to calculate what attending UNI would cost for you, visit our net price calculator.